Guns Across the Border is an intensely personal insider look at what happened in the “Wide Receiver” gunrunning investigation.
Mike Detty, an firearms industry writer, has penned the book Guns Across the Border, published by Skyhorse Publishing…
It’s time for the stonewall to come down, the truth to be revealed, and those responsible for Fast & Furious, and its cover-up, to pay a price for their arrogance, indifference to innocent life, and violation of their oaths to uphold the Constitution…
The White House is blocking testimony on Fast and Furious “gunwalking” by a former National Security Council director who was emailed about border gunrunning.
The Terry Family, like most of America, is sickened to read the latest revelations relating to ATF’s error-plagued and misguided Fast and Furious Investigation.
When Operation Fast and Furious was first uncovered, NRA said that Holder is either lying or incompetent, and that he can’t be trusted with the powers of his office or the sanctity of our freedoms.
There’s plenty of evidence showing that this administration planned to use the tragedies of Fast and Furious as rationale to further their goals of a long gun reporting requirement.
The goal of stopping the flow of “guns…from the United States to Mexico” was a worthy one, although the tactics used to do so were examples of “poor law enforcement.”
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 …”
It’s becoming obvious that the corrupt, virulently anti-gun Attorney General Eric Holder thinks he can stonewall Congress in connection with his cover-up of the Fast & Furious Operation.
Boehner is with Issa on this issue, and that is perhaps one of the most important signals that can be sent to the Justice Department right now.
Issa points out Holder’s “lack of good faith,” in not complying with document requests the fact that the DOJ as a whole appears “more concerned with protecting its image than cooperating.”
At CPAC over the weekend, Pima County AZ Sheriff Paul Babeu, a Republican congressional candidate for the upcoming 2012 election, was asked about Attorney General Eric Holder and Fast and Furious.
Issa has given in and provided Holder with more time anyway. And to make matters worse, as of today the extension has no time limit on it.
According to Senator Charles Grassley, on the day the DOJ was denying it “would ever let guns walk,” Breuer was having discussions with Mexican officials about “plans to let guns cross the border.”
No wonder Josephine Terry, Agent Terry’s mother, is so absolutely frustrated right now. She just feels like Holder isn’t giving straight answers and that he isn’t taking her son’s death seriously.
Holder continued to defend the speed at which the DOJ is releasing subpoenaed documents to the committee. How he simultaneously maintained that the DOJ has “shared huge amounts of information.”
The Democrats have no intention of pursuing justice on the matter of Fast and Furious, and they proved it again yesterday.
Attorney General Eric Holder has just testified that he spent another year hiding in a hole, oblivious to what was going on in his department or even what was in his inbox.
Democrats, for whom Cummings spoke, have let Holder know they’ve got his back, regardless of the facts.