Over the last 22 or so years, I have been in the trenches – first as the 1994 founder and general counsel of Judicial Watch, then in 2004 as a U.S. Senate candidate in Florida, and later as the founder of and head lawyer of Freedom Watch – with the criminal likes of Hillary and … Read more
At the outset of what I am going to say in this column, let me make one thing clear. I totally respect a person’s right to live his her her life as he or she may choose, so long as no one is hurt as a result. And, that goes for someone’s sexual preference, even … Read more
It is time to finally confront the “big elephants in the elephant’s room.” How should Republican presidential candidates react to overwhelming recognition among the electorate that our current president is at least at heart a Muslim, having idolized his Muslim father, been educated in Islamic madrassa schools in Indonesia, among a myriad of other indicia, backed up by his actions as the commander in chief, that he sympathizes with “his faith”…
I am now asking the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down abuses of power by President Barack Hussein Obama, who openly admits that he changed the immigration laws enacted by Congress.
Doing the job members of Congress won’t do, Sheriff Joe Arpaio filed a lawsuit to preserve and defend the U.S. Constitution. Freedom Watch’s lawsuit for Arpaio sought to declare that Obama’s actions are unconstitutional in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia….
As late as Thursday night, establishment Republican leaders are still eager to defend government surveillance of U.S. citizens even two years after Edward Snowden exposed illegal, domestic snooping of U.S. citizens. This establishment is using typical Washington double-talk, false choices and games to try to bamboozle Americans into accepting abuses and domestic spying by the National Security Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency.