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Judicial Watch Sues FBI For Records on Hunter Biden Gun Scandal
“The FBI and Secret Service have both been implicated in a corrupt clean-up operation to protect Hunter Biden from the criminal consequences of his gun scandal,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.
Judicial Watch Sues Montgomery County Police for Records about Public Disturbances Outside Homes of Supreme Court Justices after Leak of Draft Dobbs Opinion
Since the leak of the Dobbs draft opinion, leftists targeted conservative justices’ homes with protests in violation of federal law, which prohibits “interfering with, obstructing, or impeding the administration of justice … with the intent of influencing any judge, juror, witness, or court officer.” Several justices received death threats and, on June 8, 2022, a heavily armed man was arrested outside Justice Kavanaugh’s home in Bethesda, and was charged with attempted murder.
NASA Seeks Public Input to Better Support Minorities Year after Launching Equity Mission
A year after launching an extensive Equity Action Plan that gave around $2 billion to “small disadvantaged businesses,” the nation’s space agency wants to do more to advance racial equity and support underserved communities with the billions of dollars in grants and contracts it distributes annually. To complete this important mission the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is seeking input from the public on the barriers and challenges that prevent members of underserved communities from receiving funds.
HHS Launches $1.5 Million Research Center to Investigate Needs of Poor Hispanics
As part of the Biden administration’s push for governmentwide racial equity, a new research center dedicated to supporting and investigating the needs of low-income Hispanics will be launched with a $1.5 million grant from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The goal is to develop promising approaches to promote social and economic well-being among poor Hispanics and to assess current government policies and practices that contribute to disparities in access to public services, a recently published grant announcement states.
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Judicial Watch Sues MD Police for Records on Illegal Protests Outside SCOTUS Justices Homes
The Montgomery County Police Department in Maryland has not responded to a standard and legal Public Information Act (PIA) request for records and communications about the ongoing protests outside the homes of some Supreme Court justices. As a result, Judicial Watch has filed a PIA lawsuit against the police department in the Montgomery Circuit Court for those records.
Biden DHS Sued For Allegedly Stonewalling Release Of Censorship Docs
Government watchdog Judicial Watch sued the Department Homeland Security (DHS) Wednesday for allegedly failing to disclose documents related to its censorship activities.
The lawsuit stems from an unanswered December 2022 FOIA request for communications records between Cybersecurity and Information Security Agency (CISA) officials and social media platforms. The request sought information relating to activities revealed in the Twitter files, such as the “industry meetings” the FBI, DHS and other government agencies held with tech companies.
Son of George Soros scoring easy White House access, records show
A son of billionaire George Soros has quietly become a de-facto White House “ambassador,” making at least 14 visits there on behalf of the far-left kingmaker since President Joe Biden took office, records reviewed by The Post show.
Alexander Soros — a prolific Democratic fundraiser in his own right who likes to boast about his relationships with world leaders on social media — scored at least a dozen meetings with White House officials in 2022, according to recently updated White House visitor logs. Soros, 37, also participated in two other confabs there in late 2021, the records show.