April 2014


As April comes to an end Judicial Watch offers a sampling of some of the outrageous foreign causes that one agency alone dedicated hundreds of millions to, including $24.5 million for male circumcision in Swaziland and $71 million to improve child learning outcomes in Ghana.

Remember, this huge chunk of American taxpayer dollars was allocated in just one month by a single government agency, the famously corrupt U.S. Agency of International Development (USAID). With a massive budget and little oversight, USAID is charged with providing global economic, development and humanitarian assistance. That means big bucks go to all sorts of preposterous initiatives in countries that are unlikely to be a priority for Americans as they suffer through economic hardships and high unemployment at home.

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — A measure that would limit the recognition of family law from other countries in the state’s courts has passed the Florida Legislature.

The House passed the bill 78-40 on Wednesday after accusations from detractors that the measure is based in anti-Islamic sentiment and addresses no existing problem. Supporters of the bill (SB 386) contend that it is a matter of integrating prior case law into existing law and has no basis in disdain for any culture.

The bill addresses the application of foreign laws in cases involving family law, including divorce, alimony, child support and child custody.

Several states have similar laws, including Arizona, South Dakota and Kansas.

The Senate previously passed the bill, which now goes to the desk of Gov. Rick Scott.

A pattern of duplicate registrations found nationwide shows voter fraud is both massive and systemic. Yet, the Obama administration claims there is no problem and that demands for voter ID cards are racist.

Last month the Rev. Al Sharpton was the keynote speaker at a rally to kick off the campaign for an Ohio Voters’ Bill of Rights state constitutional amendment opposing the use of voter ID.

During the rally, he hugged one Melowese Richardson, the Hamilton County, Ohio, poll worker who was convicted of casting five votes for President Obama, as the audience cheered.

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COMMERCE CITY – In March 2010 the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Right received an official complaint against the Adams 14 School District in Commerce City. The allegations were based on the creation of hostile environment and discrimination against Spanish-speaking students and parents.

“Through our investigation, we determined that the district created a hostile environment toward Hispanic students and staff, failed to communicate effectively with [Limited English Proficiency] parents in a language and manner that they understand,” the report states.

After talking with teachers, administrators, and complaints, investigators determined during a span from 2008 to 2012, this type of culture existed within the school district. The report states that Spanish-speaking students were told that they could not speak their native language even during lunch and outside the classroom.

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Read the Report Your tax dollars are paying for these parasitic Latinos, and American teachers overwhelmed by hordes of invaders, are being forced to quit and replaced by foreign Spanish speaking teachers.

PHOENIX (AP) — U.S. Border Patrol officials plan to show off the agency’s latest technology in rescue towers that are placed in remote desert regions across the Southwest.

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Federal agents wearing masks early Wednesday raided three Denver marijuana businesses that were previously raided in November 2013.

The Drug Enforcement Administration raids occurred at VIP Cannabis dispensary, located at 2949 W. Alameda Ave., around 7 a.m. and then at a grow house at 4800 N. Brighton Blvd. The grow house is connected to VIP Cannabis and marQaha LLC, which is an infused-product manufacturer.

A third grow house connected to VIP was raided at a cinderblock warehouse at 2640 E. 43rd Ave in Denver. Its metal door was smashed by agents early Wednesday.

U.S. Attorney’s Office spokesman Jeff Dorschner confirmed that multiple federal agencies are engaged in an “enforcement action” as part of a long-term, ongoing investigation connected to the November raid targets and subsequent indictments.

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So, we have Colombians, a Cuban, a Dominican, and a Russian thrown in to stir the pot. (Pun intended)

Immigrants are good for America.

A U.S. Army colonel, responding on Facebook to a Freedom of Information Act request by victims of the 2009 Fort Hood massacre, told them “Let’s move on, America. I did.”

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He’s 20, he’s white, and he’s a freshman at Princeton University.

According to the ethnic and feminist studies college students and professors who frequently and vehemently complain that this country is steeped in racism and sexism and is only fair and just and equal for white, heterosexual males – he is the poster child for so-called “White Privilege.”

His name is Tal Fortgang, and just eight months into his Ivy League experience, he’s been told on numerous occasions to “check his privilege” – a phrase that has taken social media social justice campaigning by storm.

It is meant to remind white, heterosexual males that they have it so good because they’re white, heterosexual males. They haven’t faced tough times, they don’t know what it’s like to be judged by the color of their skin.

Oh, but they do.

Those sick of being labeled are the very same ones doing it to others, and Tal Fortgang has a powerful message for them:

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Russell Kirk famously responded to conspiracy theorists questioning President Dwight Eisenhower’s patriotism by pointing out that “Ike’s not a Communist. He’s a golfer.” The gaudy bills for Eisenhower’s successor’s frequent trips to the fairways may leave critics wondering if Obama’s not a president but a golfer.

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A Russian official angered over new sanctions that the United States imposed on Russia over the Ukraine crisis is suggesting that American astronauts get to the International Space Station by using trampolines instead of rockets.

“The United States introduced sanctions against our space industry… We warned them, we will reply to statements with statements, to actions with actions,” Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, who heads Russia’s defense industry, said on Twitter, according to Reuters.

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I hear Iran has some nifty rockets courtesy the Obama Regime. Maybe we can hitch a ride to the ISS on one of theirs.

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