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Obama returns to Seattle for the big bucks

Obama back to town for more cash, no questions

Thursday’s fund-raising visit to Seattle for more campaign cash and no questions was wearing thin before Air Force One went wheels up in “the other Washington” and even self-professed Seattle liberals were sneering, which puts them in company with Pacific Northwest gun rights activists.


Article by Dave Workman

Obama admin cites ATF restriction, threatens veto of appropriations measure

Obama admin furious over proposed ATF restriction, threatens veto

The Obama administration is threatening to veto the House Appropriations bill, HR 5326 by Rep. Harold Rogers (R-KY) because, among other things, it would roadblock a multiple long gun sales reporting requirement in four southwest states for the embattled Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.


Article by Dave Workman

Hunters: No confidence in WDFW

Hunters lack confidence in WA wildlife agency

If the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife went looking for support from hunters today, they’d have a hard time finding much brotherhood on the Hunting Washington forum, where an informal poll shows more than 87 percent of the respondents have no confidence in the agency leadership or the Fish & Wildlife Commission.


Article by Dave Workman

Slobs make it tough on all recreational shooters

Are Northwest recreational shooters a legion of pigs?

A pair of public meetings slated May 15 in Ellensburg and the following evening in Selah are very likely to put at least some recreational shooters on the spot, and perhaps rightly so, as the Department of Fish & Wildlife takes a hard look at safety issues and possible solutions to problems on the agency’s Wenas Wildlife Area.


Article by Dave Workman

Looming PA background check system shutdown blasted

PA flap could serve as warning to all gun owners

The Bellevue-based Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms fired a warning shot clear across the country to Pennsylvania early Monday morning, where the State Police are planning to – as one activist put it – “suspend the Second Amendment” later this month for what the agency says will be a 60-hour period to upgrade its fingerprint system.


Article by Dave Workman

New national alliance for armed citizens launches

New national alliance for armed citizens announced: ACA

A new alliance of industry and armed citizens has been announced with the goal of providing ordinary gun owners the opportunity to “practice, train and become familiar with the use of concealed carry handguns and other personal defense firearms.”


Article by Dave Workman

LaRue Tactical Machining Operation Tour, Part 1


Here are some photos from LaRue Tactical's Machining Operating Tour!

Issa memo outlines case for Holder contempt citation

BREAKING: House Oversight chair makes case for Holder contempt citation

The chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform has issued a 64-page memorandum outlining his case for a contempt citation against Attorney General Eric Holder that alleges the Department of Justice issued false denials, misdirected investigators, tried to intimidate witnesses and illegally withheld subpoenaed documents.


Article by Dave Workman

Gun safety, gun control

Not so surprising reactions to firearms safety, in Seattle Times or Puyallup

…Westneat shouldn’t get kicked around for something this writer suggested. He was merely quoting accurately what he was told, as this column noted. If he’s trying to take some blame for the idea, he’s crazy. If he’s trying to take credit, that proves he’s crazy.


Article by Dave Workman