The only reason to give such massive news coverage to a single freak accidental death is to attack gun ownership with the intent of reducing that basic human right…
By not including new media reporters on important releases, the Oversight Committee is making a mistake if it thinks it can trust the establishment press to provide unbiased and complete reporting.
This Fast and Furious gunwalking story, that now reaches into the highest levels of government, was exposed nationally for the first time by new media, not old.
Early documented reports on Fast and Furious make implausible Eric Holder’s insistence that he was in the dark.
Ignoring gun owner concerns over Fast and Furious gunwalking will work against the Romney campaign by discouraging their passionate support.
The LA Times finally gets around to reporting on something about the Fast and Furious gunwalking scandal bloggers tried to tell them over a year and a half ago, all the while spinning the story to suit their agenda.
Troubling facts continue to surface as a former FBI agent appeals his conviction on illegal gun dealing charges.
Despite the government losing records for a full day of testimony in a gun conviction case involving a former FBI agent, the United States Court of Appeals Fifth Circuit has denied a 30-day extension for his attorney “as moot.”
A winner has been announced in a contest designed to counter mainstream media bias on the gun issue by writing letters to the editor.
An unnecessary undercover report by CBS News on semi-automatic firearms sold at a California gun show was done to gin up anti-gun hysteria over a non-issue, violated show rules, and may have broken the law.
Gun-grabbing Democrats in a Texas county advance a partisan agenda with the full cooperation of a supposedly unbiased reporter.
Ms.Pavlich’s reply was posted as a follow-up, where she cites references crediting us for our work.
Reporters say Newt Gingrich called on the UN to give everyone the right to bear arms. That’s not what he said, but it does reflect on the mindset of those who think governments have legitimate authority to bestow rights.
ATF let a gunwalking suspect go despite his criminal past and catching him in a lie.
Mayor Bloomberg denies the right to self-defense to the same constituents who pay for his armed bodyguards.
Reporters get the most basic of gun facts wrong due to ignorance and laziness. So how can we trust them to accurately report on more complex gun issues?
More proof has surfaced that the administration and its allies in media purposefully deceive Americans in order to manipulate opinions on guns.
Anti-gun activists and a media that misrepresents their agenda claims as straight news continue to trivialize the Fast and Furious “gunwalking” scandal and promote Mexico’s calls for more U.S. “gun control” as a solution to cartel violence.
The U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives on Thursday sidelined three senior officials pending the outcome of an investigation into a botched sting that allowed hundreds of guns to be smuggled to violent Mexican drug cartel…
The other stories selected were all noteworthy in their own ways as well, but there is one more that is remarkable in its absence from inclusion: Fast and Furious…
U.S. District Judge Marco A. Hernández ruled that “investigative blogger” Crystal L. Cox “was not a journalist and cannot claim the protections afforded to mainstream reporters and news outlets.”..