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Issa tells Fox: 'American people have a right to know'

Follow-Up: Issa tells Fox News ‘American people have right to know’

In a blistering interview Wednesday with Fox News’ Megyn Kelly, Congressman Darrell Issa made it clear that his investigation of Operation Fast and Furious is being stonewalled and he’s tired of it.


Article by Dave Workman

Is Issa ready to play rough with Holder?

Is Issa approaching the ‘No-More-Mr. Nice-Guy’ point in Fast & Furious?

Congressman Darrell Issa yesterday sent a seven-page letter to Attorney General Eric Holder about His and the Justice Department’s uncooperative posture in the investigation of Operation Fast and Furious, and there were no Valentines attached.


Article by Dave Workman

Valentine's Day at Starbucks...

Drink up with your Valentine at Starbucks

Today is supposed to see the launch of a boycott by gun prohibitionists against Seattle-based coffee giant Starbucks because that business has the audacity to serve all customers rather than become a pawn in a game of social bigotry targeting legally-armed citizens.


Article by Dave Workman

Issa spokesperson denies F&F "sell-out" rumor

Issa spokesperson denies Fast & Furious ‘sell-out’ rumor

Allegations floating around the Internet that a “sell-out” on Operation Fast and Furious is being engineered were flatly denied Monday exclusively to this column by a spokesperson for the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.


Article by Dave Workman

Santorum, Tacoma and Fast & Furious

Is Santorum wrong, or just the headline?

Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum will appear today in Olympia and this evening at a free event in Tacoma, and the headline in today’s Tacoma News Tribune says the former Pennsylvania senator “plans aggressive strategy against Romney.”

It’s the kind of logic that delights Puget Sound liberals because Santorum and Romney should both be concentrating on aggressive strategies against Barack Obama.


Article by Dave Workman

Recovery or retribution in Chicago?

Recovery or retribution in Chicago for financial payout to SAF?

No sooner had the image of a $399,950 check from the City of Chicago to the Bellevue-based Second Amendment Foundation — published with this column — literally gone viral across the Internet than did anti-gun Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel come up with a new handgun registration scheme he wants to push statewide in Illinois.


Article by Dave Workman

It's halftime in America, alright

‘It’s half-time in America’…‘are you feeling lucky?’

If anything can be said in the wake of Clint Eastwood’s gravelly-whispered message the other day, it might just be that a few people need to get a life, or at least get off of his lawn…


Article by Dave Workman

Backlash erupts against Holder

Backlash erupts against Holder after House committee appearance

If Attorney General Eric Holder thought his Feb. 2 testimony before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform would cool everyone’s jets about Operation Fast and Furious, he was as wrong as the operation, itself.


Article by Dave Workman

Gowdy says Oversight will 'get the documents'

Gowdy to Examiner, Fox News: Oversight will get all documents

Less than 24 hours after he grilled Attorney General Eric Holder over Operation Fast and Furious, South Carolina Congressman Trey Gowdy told this column, following an appearance on Fox & Friends Friday morning that the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform will get all of the documents it has requested, one way or the other.


Article by Dave Workman