I am posting Judicial Watch’s panel discussion on what the new administration can do to drain the swamp and reduce the corruption in Washington, D.C. If you are interested in what practical steps are needed this will cover that subject. Feel welcome to add your ideas also on the thread.
Judicial Watch conducted a special educational panel on Tuesday, December 6, from 11 a.m. until 12 noon to discuss “The First 100 Days – The Anti-Corruption Agenda.” Expert panelists offer specific recommendations to the incoming Trump administration for rolling back corruption and ushering in a new era of transparency in the areas: Freedom of Information Act reform, election fraud, pay-for-play politics, IRS targeting, immigration and border enforcement, executive order overreach, and more.
Panelists include Congressman Jim Jordan (R-OH), who is a member of both the Judiciary Committee and the Oversight and Government Reform Committee; Edwin Meese III, Ronald Reagan Distinguished Fellow Emeritus at The Heritage Foundation; Mark Krikorian, Executive Director for the Center for Immigration Studies; Andrew McCarthy, Senior Fellow for the National Review Institute and former chief assistant U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York; and Ramona Cotca, senior attorney at Judicial Watch. The panel was moderated by Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.