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Pot v. Kettle: CeaseFire president calls SAF "extremist"

Question to CeaseFire president: Who is the real extremist?

In a letter to the Seattle Times on Wednesday, Washington CeaseFire President Ralph Fascitelli pushed the gun prohibition agenda as a response to two recent shooting incidents in south King County, while taking the time to call the Bellevue-based Second Amendment Foundation an “extremist group” and imply that it is a lobbying organization.


Article by Dave Workman

LaPierre demands Holder's resignation

BREAKING: NRA’s LaPierre demands Holder’s resignation

Echoing a speech he delivered when the National Rifle Association met in Pittsburg, PA earlier this year, NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre today called for Attorney General Eric Holder to step down, be fired or face impeachment over his continued stonewalling on Operation Fast and Furious.


Article by Dave Workman

NSSF, NRA sue over pending ATF reporting regulations

NSSF, NRA sue over new ‘Fast & Furious’ reporting regs; SAF vows amicus

Almost immediately after two major lawsuits were filed to stop implantation of new firearm purchase reporting requirements – which some say were inspired by the botched Operation Fast and Furious – Bellevue’s Second Amendment Foundation did something many observers might find out of the ordinary, while it did not do something else.


Article by Dave Workman


On 15 June, three panels of witnesses testified before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, chaired by Representative Darrell Issa (R-CA). The hearing was notable, not only because it gave the family of Customs and Border Patrol agent Brian Terry a chance to have their voice heard, but it featured a bombshell.

Follow-Up on Canton cop case

NW activists follow new developments in Canton, OH ‘cop stop’ case

Northwest gun rights activists infuriated over a dash-cam video showing a Canton, Ohio cop threatening and berating an armed citizen are monitoring new events in that distant city, including Monday’s motion by the attorney for citizen William Bartlett to have charges against his client dropped.


Article by Dave Workman

Detroit newspaper reviews 10 years of CCW in Michigan

Detroit Free Press CCW series should raise cheers in NW

A two-part series on the ten-year history of reformed concealed carry in Michigan contains some blistering information about the gun prohibition lobby that ought to raise cheers among anyone who has had to explain what’s wrong with the folks at Washington CeaseFire.


Article by Dave Workman

They'll be howling in Washington State!

ALERT: Wildlife Commission to consider final Wolf EIS Thursday

As the Washington Fish & Wildlife Commission prepares to meet this Thursday to consider a recommended wolf conservation and management plan, a new controversy has erupted in Colville, where a veteran big game guide and outfitter is raising the alarm about a possible recent attack that left at least two dogs dead and a neighborhood on edge.


Article by Dave Workman

Issa tells NRA News: 'Two more F&F hearings planned'

Issa to NRA: Two more Fast & Furious hearings planned this year

Congressman Darrell Issa on Friday told NRA News that he is planning at least two more hearings on Operation Fast & Furious this year before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, and that he will follow the investigation “up.”


Article by Dave Workman

OUTRAGE UPDATE: 2nd video surfaces featuring Canton cop

‘OUTRAGE’ UPDATE: 2nd profanity-laced video involving Canton, OH cop surfaces

Things may have just gone from bad to worse for the Canton, OH police department and a foul-mouthed police officer who has already been placed on administrative leave, as a second video, this one from 2010, has surfaced courtesy of the Canton Repository.


Article by Dave Workman