Posts by: Micah
August 14, 2014
State Dept. Approved 215 Bill Clinton Speeches Worth $48 Million

                  First published at the Washington Examiner, July 30, 2014. By Micah Morrison and Luke Rosiak A joint investigation by the Washington Examiner and the nonprofit watchdog group Judicial Watch found that former President Clinton gave 215 speeches and earned $48 million while his wife presided over[…]

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June 23, 2014
Unraveling Benghazi: Is Mike Rogers Part of the Problem?

First published at the Daily Caller, June 17, 2014. By Micah Morrison With the curtain soon to go up on select committee hearings on Benghazi, a key question remains unanswered: what on earth were we doing there? What policies were being pursued in that violent outpost of the Libyan revolution? The White House would rather[…]

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June 18, 2014
Holding Holder Accountable

First published at Judicial Watch’s Investigative Bulletin. The IRS scandal has accelerated with the agency’s declaration that it “lost” thousands of emails from Lois Lerner — the senior official at the center of the controversy — to the White House, Treasury, Justice Department, and other outposts of Democratic Party progress. How convenient. Republicans are outraged:[…]

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June 12, 2014
Heeding Hanen

First published at Judicial Watch’s Investigative Bulletin. Debate rages over the rise in children crossing the U.S. border from Mexico and Central America. The numbers are staggering. According to the latest reports, more than 48,000 children were caught in the last eight months alone. At least one federal judge recognized the sinister nature of the[…]

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March 12, 2014
Who Is John Podesta?

First published at Judicial Watch’s Investigative Bulletin. By Micah Morrison “They [the White House] need to focus on executive action given that they are facing a second term against a cult worthy of Jonestown in charge of one of the houses of Congress.” So spoke John Podesta in an interview last fall with Politico, shortly[…]

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February 18, 2014
Say You Want a Revolution: “Political Prisoner”–and Three-Time Cop Killer–Seeks Parole

First published at Judicial Watch’s Investigative Bulletin By Micah Morrison It was a savage crime in a savage time. On May 21, 1971, two New York City police officers — one white, one black — were lured to a Harlem housing project by a fake 911 call. Waiting in ambush were three members of the[…]

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February 14, 2014
Investigative Reporter, Clinton Expert, Joins Judicial Watch

(Washington, DC) — Judicial Watch is pleased to announce its newest team member, investigative journalist Micah Morrison. As a senior writer and, later, chief investigative reporter for The Wall Street Journal editorial page from 1993 to 2002, Morrison led the investigations of the Clinton administration. He also reported on union corruption, Indian casino gaming, and[…]

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May 15, 2012
Cardillo Murder Mystery: What Does Charlie Rangel Know?

Representative Charles Bernard Rangel has enjoyed a long career serving the residents of the Fifteenth District in Harlem. He was born there in 1930 to a seamstress mother and an absent father. The United States Army was his ticket out of poverty. Awarded a Purple Heart and Bronze Star for valor in the Battle of[…]

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May 1, 2012
Cardillo Cover-up: Seedman Speaks

Al Seedman is a legendary figure in New York City police lore. An elegantly attired, tough talking, cigar chomping Jew, he served in the NYPD from 1942 to 1972, investigating thousands of murders, including the cases of Joe Colombo, Joey Gallo, and Kitty Genovese. He was named Chief of Detectives in 1971. In 1972, he[…]

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April 16, 2012
Remembering Cardillo, Calling for a Federal Probe

Hundreds of motorcycle-riding cops converged on the 28th Precinct in Harlem yesterday to honor the NYPD’s Phillip Cardillo, gunned down forty years ago. Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association President Pat Lynch gave an emotional speech. “Bring those to justice who did this,” he declared. There is “still work to do.” Meanwhile, the Daily News published my new[…]

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