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An awful week for Washington law enforcement

An awful week for Evergreen State law enforcement

It began with the slaying of a female ranger at Mount Rainier National Park and it ended yesterday with the suicide of a veteran Seattle police officer on the wrong end of a drug investigation…


Article by Dave Workman

Correction and apology...and some questions about F&F

Correction and apology…and some questions about Fast & Furious

When you make a mistake, you admit it up front.


Article by Dave Workman

Grassley: New docs prove admin knew about F&F

Grassley: New docs prove Admin knew about Fast & Furious

New documents obtained from the Justice Department Thursday prove that the administration knew that guns were being walked as part of Operation Fast and Furious, Senator Charles Grassley said in a press release…


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New ATF musical chairs over F&F?

Speculation rampant on reported ATF moves involving key Fast & Furious players

In the hours following Wednesday night’s report that three key Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives officials involved in Operation Fast and Furious had been relieved of duty, this column learned …..


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Holder will testify Feb. 2 before House Oversight Committee

BREAKING: Holder to testify Feb. 2 before House Oversight Committee

Embattled Attorney General Eric Holder will testify before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, chaired by Congressman Darrell Issa, on Thursday, Feb. 2.


Article by Dave Workman

Gun owners step forward for slain ranger's family

Stepping forward for a ‘Fallen Ranger’ – a gun rights forum

While gun prohibitionists tried to exploit the New Year’s Day slaying of a Mount Rainier National Park ranger, a Seattle-based gun rights forum is already working to set up a memorial fund for Ranger Margaret Anderson’s family.


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Why the silence from WA congressional delegation on Fast & Furious?

Why the silence from WA congressional delegation on Fast & Furious?

Operation Fast and Furious has been in the headlines for 11 months, yet to gauge the non-interest and non-response from members of Washington’s Congressional delegation, including Senators Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell, one would think the scandal to be non-existent.


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The Microsoft gamer gun flap - I didn't make this up

Is Microsoft showing some anti-gun hypocrisy with gamer gun flap?

Microsoft, that Redmond-based multi-billion-dollar software giant, is in the middle of a flap amongst video game aficionados because of a restriction that reportedly takes effect Jan. 1 that prohibits video game players from arming their avatars with anything that looks like a gun.


Article by Dave Workman

Utah gun bill reflects problem in WA statute

Utah gun bill reflects problem with Washington statute

Utah lawmakers will consider legislation next month that would remove criminal penalties for merely carrying a firearm in public, in a lawful manner, whether openly or concealed, prohibiting the armed citizen from being charged with, for example, disorderly conduct.


Article by Dave Workman