Judicial Watch Gets Benghazi Security Contract from State Dept.

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TweetYumThe State Department paid an inexperienced and virtually unknown foreign company $ 794,264 for nearly 50,000 guard hours to protect the U.S. mission in Benghazi, according to documents obtained by Judicial Watch. Media outlets have reported an estimated amount of around $ 783,000 to $ 783,284 based on “miscellaneous” federal contract data, but the exact […]

Judicial Watch Announces a Special Presentation: “Justice Kagan, Obamacare, and Recusal”

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TweetYumJudicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, announced it will host a panel discussion: “Justice Kagan, Obamacare and Recusal.” Panelists include Edward Whelan, President of the Ethics and Public Policy Center; Carrie Severino, Chief Counsel and Policy Director to the Judicial Crisis Network; Ronald D. Rotunda, the Doy & Dee […]

Most Of Obama’s Minority Judicial Nominees “Not Qualified”

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TweetYumPresident Obama’s quest to transform federal courts by appointing unqualified leftist ideologues is worse than previously imagined, according to a mainstream newspaper that reports the notoriously liberal American Bar Association (ABA) has rejected a “significant number” of potential judicial nominees, most of them minorities and women. This is hardly earth-shattering news considering Obama’s judicial appointments […]

JW Causes Supreme Court Furor

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TweetYum November 18, 2011 From the Desk of Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton: Game Changer? JW Releases New Kagan Emails as Obamacare Heads to Supreme Court From the moment Barack Obama signed his socialist healthcare overhaul into law, it was destined to wind up in the United States Supreme Court. And as we learned on […]

Special Report from Gitmo

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TweetYum November 11, 2011 From the Desk of Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton: JW: New Boeing Controversy Documents Show NLRB Staff Joking, Attacking US and Congress Last month, Judicial Watch released documents from the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) that detailed controversial remarks by NRLB staff related to the agency’s lawsuit against Boeing. The NRLB, […]