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The shifting blame game on Capitol Hill

Blame shifting, obfuscation in Senate Judiciary hearing

Attorney General Eric Holder did his best to lower the heat and spread the blame for the mismanagement of Operation Fast and Furious Tuesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee, and he had plenty of help from Senate Democrats.


Article by Dave Workman

Grassley's opening statement: DoJ lied

Grassley’s opening statement: Justice Department lied

Senator Charles Grassley’s opening statement during Tuesday morning’s hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee with Attorney General Eric Holder over Operation Fast and Furious was a blistering criticism of a Justice Department that lied about the operation, and knew it was lying.


Article by Dave Workman

MSNBC analyst, NY Times editorial define media anti-2A bias

MSNBC analyst, NY Times editorial clearly define media anti-2A bias

"Well, I'm going to be pilloried for this. I’d get rid of the Second Amendment, the right to bear arms.”


Article by Dave Workman

New revelations in Fast & Furious point finger

New revelations in Fast & Furious: gunwalking habit under former ATF field chief

Startling new revelations by CBS News and the Associated Press suggest a pattern of allowing guns to walk existed with the Phoenix field office of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives under the command of William Newell, who became the special agent in charge in mid-2006.


Article by Dave Workman

Pressure mounts, heat rises on Holder, Napolitano

Holder, Napolitano share heat as more trouble brewing

As if Attorney General Eric Holder and Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano didn’t have enough trouble with questions about Operation Fast and Furious, pressure is building on Capitol Hill for Holder to step down, while Sen. Charles Grassley is now asking some embarrassing questions of Napolitano about “sanctuary cities.”


Article by Dave Workman

ATF more interested in good publicity than good law enforcement?

Good publicity a higher priority at ATF than interdiction?

Documents released Tuesday by Senator Charles Grassley relating to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ “gunwalking” activities dating back to late 2009 – a year before Operation Fast and Furious imploded with the slaying of Border Patrol agent Brian Terry – strongly suggest that the ATF was far more interested in big splash publicity than in keeping guns out of the hands of Mexican criminals.


More bombshells in Fast & Furious

Bombshells and deflections in Fast & Furious investigation

Anti-gun California Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s attempt to run interference for the Justice Department and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives during Tuesday’s discussion of Operation Fast and Furious before a Senate subcommittee rings hollow in the face of new disclosures about who knew what and when, and how the DoJ feared bad publicity about “gunwalking.”


Article by Dave Workman

Exclusive: Gowdy rips DOJ stalling tactics

Exclusive: Rep. Gowdy rips stalling tactics of DoJ on Fast & Furious

“At some point we’re going to have to get more than a steady stream of ‘I don’t knows’ and running out the clock in hopes that we will go in another direction.”

So said Congressman Trey Gowdy in an exclusive interview…


Article by Dave Workman

SAF, NRA beat Seattle gun ban...again!!!

SAF victory over Seattle gun ban affirms state preemption

Earlier Monday, following the announcement by the Washington State District 1 Court of Appeals that the Second Amendment Foundation had prevailed for a second time in its challenge of Seattle’s illegal gun ban in parks facilities, SAF founder and Executive Vice President Alan Gottlieb was in a content but philosophical mood.


Article by Dave Workman