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In an investigation fit for “McGruff the Crime Dog,” a fiscal watchdog group has sued for details on the two biting incidents by President Joe Biden’s dog Major.
In an investigation fit for “McGruff the Crime Dog,” a fiscal watchdog group has sued for details on the two biting incidents by President Joe Biden’s dog Major.
 
Judicial Watch is investigating a race-based, taxpayer funded reparations program instituted by the City of Evanston, Illinois which allocates $10 million to provide Black/African-American residents or their descendants with a $25,000 reparation payment.
Judicial Watch is investigating a race-based, taxpayer funded reparations program instituted by the City of Evanston, Illinois which allocates $10 million to provide Black/African-American residents or their descendants with a $25,000 reparation payment.
 
“They do whatever they want, take whatever documents they want from you … maybe they can start wiretapping you, who knows?”
“They do whatever they want, take whatever documents they want from you … maybe they can start wiretapping you, who knows?”
 
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has long complained about police in sanctuary cities that fail to honor its detainers
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has long complained about police in sanctuary cities that fail to honor its detainers
 
Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a Illinois Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the city of Evanston, Illinois for records about its controversial, taxpayer-funded “reparations” program
Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a Illinois Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the city of Evanston, Illinois for records about its controversial, taxpayer-funded “reparations” program
 


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