Congressional Fast and Furious investigators intend to audit the auditor.
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.
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.
Democrats claim that Issa’s investigation is just a political “witch hunt.” But they ignore the fact that hundreds died while Holder lied.
Obama-supporting media show their desperation and lack of substantive arguments when their defense of Fast and Furious gunwalking is reduced to ad hominem attacks and snide insinuations.
Chairman Issa issued the following statement on the Committee’s approval of a report finding Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress.
The NRA must be involved. Now is not the time to avoid confirmation, now is the time to show the leadership it claims, and that its membership expects of it.
Weekend reactions from CleanUp ATF forum comment posters to Attorney General Holder’s testimony before the House Judiciary Committee on Fast and Furious show disbelief, anger, and contempt.
Early documented reports on Fast and Furious make implausible Eric Holder’s insistence that he was in the dark.
Wiretap approvals show Eric Holder’s reports knew a lot more about gunwalking than he’s letting on.
If Sen. Grassley is serious about seeking justice in the Fast and Furious scandal, there’s a way for him to prove it that will bypass the waffling and equivocation coming from the John Boehner camp.
The House Oversight Committee on Government Reform complains about Atty Gen Holder not being forthcoming with info on the Operation Fast and Furious gunwalking scandal while they do same with media.
Congressman Darrell Issa sent a memorandum to members of his committee outlining instances in which Attorney General Holder perjured himself before the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.
How can the President invite slain Border Patrol Agent’s parents to the signing of a bill honoring their son when they are suing his Justice Dept for allowing guns found at the murder scene to walk?
Rep. Darrell Issa has written a letter giving House Democrats the chance to prove they’re serious about supporting efforts to learn the truth about the Justice Department’s role in Fast and Furious.
Issa has published a pair of documents that makes the case for pinning contempt charges on Holder and has sent them to every member of his Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
It’s important for media to get the origins of the gunwalking story right, not just as a matter of proper credit, but because it signifies an evolution in journalism.
Holder’s on notice: “I have told the Attorney General that it is contemptible, and I will seek, if necessary, contempt of the House, if we can’t get cooperation …”
Reports claiming House Speaker John Boehner is hampering the Congressional Fast and Furious gun smuggling investigation have been denied by the House Oversight Committee press secretary.
Congressional Republicans urge AG Holder to unseal wiretap applications related to Operation Fast and Furious in order to help determine what Justice Department officials knew about “gunwalking.”