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The feds are already capping what some citizens can spend on their own health care, even if those patients are willing and able to cover their own costs…
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.
Congressional Fast and Furious investigators intend to audit the auditor.
Iowa’s Governor Terry Branstad (IA), was the 7th governor to sign a proclamation highlighting the significant contributions of hunters and shooters, trappers and boaters to fish and wildlife management…
Trial testimony transcripts and a press release from Immigration and Customs Enforcement show an El Paso gun dealer was cooperating with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives in its surveillance of suspected gun traffickers as part of a joint eight-month operation between ICE and ATF.
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.
Statements by ATF management suggest retaliation against whistleblowers is still a tool they rely on to keep abuses from being exposed.
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.
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?
Citizen journalists have filed an ethics complaint against Attorney General Eric Holder with the DC Bar following his being found in contempt of Congress.
Contrary to Obama administration apologists’ accusations that gunwalking started under George Bush, new evidence shows the practice occurring during the Clinton presidency–with lethal results.
Half Cocked: Eric Holder’s New Job, McHale describes himself as a conservative gun-totin’ bible-clingin’ literary assault dude who enjoys finding humor in just about anything…
The House of Representatives is voting today on contempt charges against Attorney General Eric Holder for his failure to produce subpoenaed documents related to the Fast and Furious gunwalking criminal enterprise.
In their zeal to distinguish Wide Receiver from Fast and Furious ‘gunwalking,’ some pro-gun activists are repeating information that’s not quite accurate according to the confidential informant at the heart of the Bush-era program..
Obama-supporting media show their desperation and lack of substantive arguments when their defense of the administration over Fast and Furious gunwalking is reduced to ad hominem attacks and snide insinuations against investigators.
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.
Sources claim a close advisor to President Obama who is a high level member of the National Security Council was in the loop on Fast and Furious.
In spite of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano testifying there was no connection, a Report of Investigation shows murdered ICE Agent Jaime Zapata was investigating Fast and Furious “walked” guns.
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.
Weekend reactions from CleanUp ATF forum comment posters to Attorney General Eric Holder’s Thursday testimony before the House Judiciary Committee on the Fast and Furious “gunwalking” criminal operation show disbelief, anger and contempt.
Early documented reports on Fast and Furious make implausible Eric Holder’s insistence that he was in the dark.
The terrifying risks assumed by a lone Mexican attorney to pursue a civil action from a land where decapitations and bridge hangings are all too often used as warnings to back off add special urgency to breaking through Eric Holder’s official Department of Justice stonewalling and a perceived reluctance on the part of the Republican leadership to aggressively do so.
Ignoring gun owner concerns over Fast and Furious gunwalking will work against the Romney campaign by discouraging their passionate support.