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Holder didn't know, but somebody did....

Holder didn’t know…but somebody did; the F&F ‘main justice’ problem

At the end of more than four hours before a sometimes contentious hearing of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform on Operation Fast and Furious, Attorney General Eric Holder appeared to have dodged a bullet.


Article by Dave Workman

Fatally Flawed report has some flaws of its own

Fatally Flawed report has some flaws of its own

As Attorney General Eric Holder prepares to testify Thursday before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform about Operation Fast and Furious, an examination of the Democrats’ “minority report” titled Fatally Flawed: Five Years of Gunwalking in Arizona reveals some shortcomings.


Article by Dave Workman

Holder Wednesday: Between the rock and the hard place

Holder Wednesday: Between the rock and the hard place

One day prior to his much-anticipated appearance before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, and one day after he was threatened with a contempt of Congress proceeding, embattled Attorney General Eric Holder is caught between the proverbial rock and hard place.


Article by Dave Workman

Under the bus? Dem report on F&F blames AZ officials

Under the bus? Dem report blames AZ officials only for F&F

Democrats on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee issued a “minority report” Tuesday on Operation Fast and Furious that points to officials with the Justice Department and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives in Phoenix as responsible for the scandal, while applying no blame to Obama administration appointees in Washington, D.C.


Article by Dave Workman

Fury in Frisco over park ranger taser incident

Fury in Frisco: Park ranger shoots dog walker in back with taser

The actions of a National Park Service ranger in San Francisco on Sunday may have far-reaching effects among citizens who use national parks and recreation areas, and the incident is already causing political shockwaves equivalent to a California earthquake that could be felt as far as the Pacific Northwest.


Article by Dave Workman

Firing back

Columnist Pitts aims finger of blame at wrong target

Syndicated columnist Leonard Pitts yesterday fired off a missive blaming guns, published in the Seattle Times, and what he considers weak gun laws, for the shooting of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords last year that led her ultimately to resign from office recently to focus on her recovery.


Article by Dave Workman


After a number of incidents, several states have been considering or passing legislation to protect people who have guns locked in the trunk of their cars from being fired if the car is parked in a parking lot of their place of employment. Many of these laws started out as a reaction to a 2002 incident where a dozen employees were fired after a search by drug-sniffing dogs found they had guns in the trunks of their cars.

Issa demands access to another US Atty in F&F probe

Issa demands access to another US Attorney in F&F probe

Congressman Darrell Issa, chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, is demanding that Attorney General Eric Holder make available for questioning a second U.S. attorney be “made available” for questioning in the committee’s probe of Operation Fast and Furious.


Article by Dave Workman

Obama to Seattle...Maybe someone will ask about Fast & Furious

Obama coming to Seattle: Maybe someone will ask about F&F

The Seattle press establishment and liberals from Greenwood to the Green River are just giddy over the announcement that Barack Obama is coming to down Feb. 17 for what is being described as an “official event.”


Article by Dave Workman