Mike Vanderboegh talked about his health, his blog and the principles of the “Three Percent” movement in an exclusive interview.
From December 2012 to March 2016, 94 Fast and Furious weapons were seized; Fast and Furious weapon found in “Chapo” Guzman hideout
Will Trump publicly pledge to end all White House-controlled Fast and Furious stonewalling and to open up all relevant records?
The objective is to delay exposure of the truth until that exposure has no political or personal impact on the various players involved…
After five years, the Obama Administration finally released court ordered documents that reveal their corruption in the gunrunning operation called Fast and Furious.
Judicial Watch is pleased to announce that we scored a victory in the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit regarding a Fast & Furious documents.
Bury’s ruling is not likely to lessen skepticism on the part of those who believe the system is rigged, and that for reasons yet unknown, wagons for both parties have been circled.
I have to couch my comments in terms of “possibly,” and “believed,” because questions about this scandal and the people involved have never been answered…
Weapons used in Fast and Furious have been implicated in the murder of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry and hundreds of innocent Mexicans and will continue to be used to kill US and Mexican citizens…
In a highly unusual decision in Agent Dobyns’ case, Judge Frances M. Allegra, voided his own decision in favor of Jay Dobyns.
While Eric Holder’s disgraceful tenure will soon come to an end, the risks that he created through Fast & Furious to innocent people in America and countries to the south will continue…
Guns Across the Border is an intensely personal insider look at what happened in the “Wide Receiver” gunrunning investigation.
Listening to President Obama respod to the latest scandal was such a familiar event that I have reached a point of exhaustion trying to keep up with everything that is so wrong about his six years in office…
Mike Detty, an firearms industry writer, has penned the book Guns Across the Border, published by Skyhorse Publishing…
Manuel Osorio-Arellanes received 30 years for the murder of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Terry.
The ATF’s use of mentally disabled people to carry out ‘sting’ operations & strong arming FFL’s for your private gun purchase info need more examination…
This week, ABC News reports that the BATFE has changed course–to a degree–and has now approved publication of Dodson’s book…
A semi-automatic WASR rifle, that killed the chief, was traced back to the Lone Wolf Trading Company, were the BATF allowed illegal purchasers to buy the firearms in operation Fast & Furious…
The Judiciary Committee of the US Senate is to begin hearings on the confirmation of Mr Jones as Director of the ATF tomorrow, & Fast and Furious should be at the center of questions…
Before Fast and Furious, there was Wide Receiver, a surveillance operation by ATF, ostensibly to track straw purchasers and to identify how some guns are smuggled into Mexico from the U.S. to help supply the drug cartels with firepower.
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Firearms rights activists are urging candidate Paul Ryan to confront incumbent Joe Biden on Fast and Furious gunwalking in tonight’s Vice Presidential debate.
Please contact Rep. Paul Ryan and ask him to bring up Fast & Furious in the debate this Thursday with Joe Biden…
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has once more been asked to share what he knows about gunwalking in Texas in a letter sent yesterday by Sen. John Cornyn.
So-called “professional journalists” with no skin in the game presume to educate their readers about the administration’s involvement in gunwalking.
Our esteemed Attorney General Eric Holder, Clears Himself of Fast and Furious Wrongdoing,,, say what?
A captured Fast and Furious murder suspect, a documentary in the making, and a Federal Firearms Licensee fighting revocation by ATF were all subjects explored last week in the Gun Rights Examiner column.
If Mitt Romney is serious about applauding Congressional investigations into Fast and Furious gunwalking, there’s one easy thing he can do to help advance them.
ATF’s William McMahon, is being allowed to receive his six-figure federal paycheck for nearly half a year, while working full-time as investment bank J. P. Morgan…
Congressional Fast and Furious investigators intend to audit the auditor.
Documentation supports the conclusion that an innocent man has been convicted of illegal gun dealing while those who prosecuted him engaged in it.
That The Washington Post chose not to tell its readers about the Fast and Furious report released by Congress shows the paper is not interested in news so much as propaganda for the Obama administration.
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.
The president feeling confident enough to suggest a new gun ban before the election ought to raise red flags as to why.
Statements by ATF management suggest retaliation against whistleblowers is still a tool they rely on to keep abuses from being exposed.
A gun dealer family is on trial in a case that looks more and more like a railroading.
Attacks by Democrat politicians and the media, coupled with a perceived lack of fortitude by the Republican leadership, has left ATF whistleblowers afraid to come forward, meaning much of the story on Fast and Furious and other abuses is being effectively suppressed.
An ethics complaint against Attorney General Eric Holder has received limited national media attention while most of the press focuses on a spurious charge against the congressman investigating him.
Claims that ATF’s Form 4473 was updated simply to bring it into compliance with federal standards ring hollow when you realize those changes were implemented nine years ago and they just got around to making the form change last Monday.
How can the FBI can be certain that identifying the fugitives and posting their pictures will not put them in mortal danger of retaliation by the murderous cartels they were allegedly robbing?