“Deny everything,” British traitor Kim Philby said, explaining how the powerful can bluff past their crimes, something known to George
The much-publicized dispute between Louisiana landowners and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service was about a lot more than one
In addressing lobbying abuses, Amendment 1 forbids state legislators from accepting paid lobbyist positions for two years after leaving the legislature. The measure is aimed at limiting the power of “the revolving door” of politics: the phenomenon of politicians becoming lobbyists and lobbyists becoming politicians.
As for campaign finance reform, Amendment 1 limits campaign contributions for state senators and state representatives to $2,500 and $2,000, respectively. Legislators are also now forbidden from accepting any gift from a lobbyist that exceeds five dollars.
The National Archives approved Robert Parry’s appeal on a 30-year-old secret: the address where George H.W. Bush supposedly went on
Fifty-eight years ago, a car-bomb exploded in Washington killing Chile’s ex-Foreign Minister Orlando Letelier, an act of state terrorism that
The claims made by Luke Harding and The Guardian that Assange met Manafort will never be proven true, and they know it.
After the October 11th, 2018 Facebook and Twitter purge of over 800 activist sites and pages — many of which were
(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the U.S.
‘Freedom from unlawful conversion of property is an inherent individual liberty right which the Constitution must secure for all citizens’
Just about any country you can think of has interests in the United States, and many governments, companies and other
President Donald Trump’s former in-house legal bulldog and top aide Michael Cohen has been on a rollercoaster ride the past
U.S. Border Patrol agents fired tear gas at migrants seeking entry at the southwest border, claiming the migrants were throwing
A frustrating aspect of our current political debate is the extent to which differences from administration to administration are exaggerated
NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre (AP Photo/Steve Ueckert) One of the nation’s most powerful political forces appears to be in the
Judicial Watch announced today that it sued the United States Defense Department to obtain government records from 1973 to the present regarding U.S. soldiers who were prisoners of war or missing in action in Vietnam and Laos