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Judiciary hearing's 'telling moment'

Furious hearing’s telling moment was not the Issa-Jackson Lee outburst

Perhaps the most revealing exchange during Thursday’s House Judiciary Committee hearing with Attorney General Eric Holder taking flak over Operation Fast and Furious was not the heated exchange between Darrell Issa and Sheila Jackson Lee, but the confrontation between Holder and Congressman Trey Gowdy.


Article by Dave Workman

Statement from Chris W. Cox on Scott Walker's Victory in Wisconsin Gubernatorial Recall Election

Thanks to your votes and efforts, Scott Walker has won the recall election for Governor in Wisconsin defeating rabidly anti-gun Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett.

Wisconsin recall vote should send signal to Washington

Wisconsin recall election should send signal to Washington voters

Buried in the background of Wisconsin’s attempted recall of Gov. Scott Walker and his would-be replacement by Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett is an issue that Washington voters should consider when they elect a new Evergreen State governor this fall.


Article by Dave Workman

MD ruling explains why 'shall issue' law will stand

Calls for dismantling Washington’s model state preemption and “shall issue” concealed carry laws in the wake of the Café Racer slayings will likely not gain much traction with the legislature…


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Groups run interference for Holder

Leadership Conference runs interference for Holder on F&F

The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights (LCCHR) is trying to derail an effort to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress over his lack of cooperation in the investigation of Operation Fast and Furious.


Article by Dave Workman

ATF 2011 trace data released

ATF 2011 gun trace data released; Stawicki’s guns in next year’s batch

Last year, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives conducted 3,323 gun traces for law enforcement agencies in Washington State, according to ATF data released Thursday.


Article by Dave Workman

Anti-gunners waste no time exploiting Seattle slayings

Anti-gunners waste no time exploiting Seattle slayings

While Seattle still reels from Wednesday’s horrific one-man crime spree that left five people dead and one seriously wounded, members of Washington Ceasefire are wasting no time in using the events to push their agenda.


Article by Dave Workman

Seattle, the city of denial

Metz remark infuriates gun owners; community meeting set

Tuesday’s widely reported remarks by Deputy Seattle Police Chief Nick Metz that Seattle’s upsurge in violence is a problem with guns, not gangs has infuriated Northwest gun owners, including Alan Gottlieb, chairman of the Bellevue-based Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms.


Article by Dave Workman

Time for Seattle to declare war on gangs

Instead of guns, Seattle must declare war on gangs

Seattle, which had a pretty bad weekend for violence, still doesn’t hold a candle to the carnage that unfolded in Chicago, and the Jet City must now realize that their war is not against guns, but against gang bangers and other armed miscreants.


Article by Dave Workman