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Wednesday Two-fer on Gunrunner

BREAKING: CBS News obtains document linking asst. AG to ‘Gunrunner’

CBS News is reporting that documents obtained by Congressional investigators looking into the Project Gunrunner scandal include a wiretap authorization from Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer dated in March 2010.


Holder on Gunrunner: ‘I frankly don’t know’

Breaking: Grassley, Issa patience wearing thin

BREAKING: Grassley, Issa tell Holder they’re not giving up

Contending that the Department of Justice is remaining uncooperative in their probes of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ Project Gunrunner, Senator Charles Grassley and Congressman Darrell Issa today advised Attorney General Eric holder that they are not giving up.


Article by Dave Workman

Holder still under the 'Gunrunner' microscope

Grassley may confront Holder on ‘Gunrunner’ Wednesday

When Attorney General Eric Holder appears Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee for a “regular oversight hearing,” he could face a grilling by Sen. Charles Grassley on Project Gunrunner and what the Iowa Republican has contended is stonewalling by the Justice Department and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.


Article by Dave Workman

Gun rights in spotlight from Puget Sound to Pittsburgh

Washington State gun owners who are not making the trip to Pittsburgh, PA for this weekend’s annual National Rifle Association convention can gather Saturday in Olympia for a Second Amendment celebration of their own, at the Tivoli Fountain Park on the Capitol Campus.


Article by Dave Workman

New UW president opposed guns on campus in Utah

Michael Young, newly-appointed president of the University of Washington, was at the helm of the University of Utah when that school was fighting a state law that allowed concealed carry by licensed students and faculty.


Article by Dave Workman

Holder could be on hot seat at Tuesday House Judiciary meet

Attorney General Eric Holder will likely be on the hot seat Tuesday before Rep. Darrell Issa and the House Judiciary Committee when the California Republican reportedly “will press” him about Operation Fast and Furious, the “botched gun tracking project” that has resulted in the death of one federal agent and a flood of guns allegedly allowed to be taken to Mexico.


Article by Dave Workman

LaPierre says 'Holder should go'

LaPierre demands Holder’s ouster over ‘Gunrunner’

Attorney General Eric Holder needs to go if he continues to claim he did not know the details about “Project Gunrunner” and the Justice Department continues to stonewall Congress about the controversial gun sting operation.


Article by Dave Workman

The Second Amendment, Puget Sound to Pittsburgh

2A rally today in Olympia, NRA meeting in Pittsburgh

While Evergreen State lawmakers gather in Olympia for a special session to figure out a budget, gun owners will gather down at the Tivoli Fountain park area on the capitol campus, and they know exactly why. ...


Article by Dave Workman

Evidence mounts that government, not gun shops, arming Mexican cartels

PITTSBURGH — As the National Rifle Association gathers here for its annual convention starting today — an event that NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre predicted to this column yesterday would attract possibly 70,000 people — there is mounting evidence that this country’s government, not its gun shops or gun shows, is largely responsible for arming Mexican drug cartels.


Article by Dave Workman