Posts by: Micah
June 1, 2021
MAGA Under Fire: Radical Racists Storm American Education

“Make America Great Again” is a well-known slogan promoted by a certain recent president and embodying many of the political beliefs of the Republican Party. But according to a radical educational movement sweeping through American schools, MAGA is a form of “socially acceptable, covert white supremacy” akin to “police murders” of minorities, “mass incarceration,” “police[…]

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Rising Crime, Radical Agenda Test Left

With weeks to go to elections that will decide New York City’s next mayor and the powerful post of Manhattan district attorney, rising crime suddenly is at the center of the political action. The stakes are high—and not just for New York. The proximate cause for the sudden focus on crime was a shooting in[…]

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April 23, 2021
Big Tech Censorship & Government Collusion: Judicial Watch Reveals Secret History of 2020 Election

Judicial Watch has uncovered critical new details in the secret history of the 2020 election: how state government officials—at times interfacing with the Biden presidential campaign—colluded with Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube to censor freedom of speech. The new information raises enormous constitutional and legal questions. It challenges the conventional wisdom that the companies are operating[…]

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April 23, 2021
Judicial Watch Fights Hard Left “Critical Race Theory”

Not long ago, Critical Race Theory was the territory of far-left academics pushing the boundaries of Marxism and nihilistic counterparts such as radical feminism and post-structuralism. All the philosophies to one degree or another advanced the notion that objective truth and standards—in society, in institutions, in law—do not exist. All reality is contingent, all is[…]

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April 7, 2021
Crime Surges as Progressive Policies Gain Ground

The early 2021 crime statistics are in and the news is not good. In almost every category, violent crime in urban America is rising. On Tuesday, New York City’s comprehensive CompStat crime-monitoring system reported a 36 percent jump in March murders from the previous year. Shootings? A 77 percent increase over the previous year. And[…]

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March 30, 2021
Judicial Watch at the Supreme Court: Fighting for Clean Elections

Battles for clean elections are heating up around the country and Judicial Watch has long been a national leader in the fight. Recently we weighed in on a critical case now being considered by the Supreme Court. Its outcome could reshape elections in America for decades to come. The case unfolds in the midst of[…]

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March 11, 2021
Clear Thinking on Elections from Clarence Thomas

The Supreme Court shut the door on the 2020 election late last month, but Justice Clarence Thomas got the last word. In a dissent directed at the court’s decision not to take up two cases involving the Pennsylvania Supreme Court and mail-in ballots, Thomas encapsulated the world of electoral woe surrounding the 2020 presidential contest.[…]

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February 25, 2021
Time Magazine Celebrates Left’s Election Victory, Exposes Links to Protests & Violence

“Victory has one hundred fathers and defeat is an orphan,” John F. Kennedy famously reminded the world in the wake of the Bay of Pigs disaster. It’s a lesson Time Magazine forgot in assembling its recent 6,800-word fantasy epic, “The Secret History of the Shadow Campaign that Saved the 2020 Election.” Lead writer Molly Ball[…]

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February 16, 2021
MIA: McAuliffe Corruption Probe

Federal prosecutors are missing in action in a corruption probe that at one time reportedly was zeroing in on then-Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe. Mr. McAuliffe served as governor from 2014 to 2018, but was barred by Virginia law from running for a second consecutive term. He’s back now, taking another shot at the Executive Mansion.[…]

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February 1, 2021
Mysterious Mena: Death of a Patriot

I first met Russell Welch at a cheap motel on the outskirts of Mena, Arkansas, in the summer of 1994. It was a searing hot day and I had left the door open for some air and I heard a car slowly drive across the gravel and stop. I looked up and Russell’s gaunt shadow[…]

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