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A conspiracy of silence in ATF scandal? Where are Murray, Cantwell?

With the ATF stonewalling in the face of a request for information on the BATFE's flawed gunrunning investigation, Dave Workman suggests that Washington gun owners contact Senators Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell and ask them to get involved.


Iranian Opposition Raises Sights

Pro-democracy forces in Iran have raised their sights in their newest protest campaign, which started after the toppling of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. Now, they are targeting Ayatollah Ali Khameni, the Supreme Leader of the theocracy.

ChiComs Warn America Over Internet

Communist China has warned the United States not to support efforts to expand Internet freedom. The Foreign Ministry claims America's support of Internet freedom is only a "pretext" to support interference in Chinese affairs.

The warning came after a campaign by ChiCom internet censors to delete posts promoting a speech this past Tuesday by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, in which she announced a $25 million effort to protect bloggers, and urged governments to end censorship.

House to Vote on Defunding Arizona Lawsuit and Cutting Foreign Workers

There will be some important Amendment votes to help stop illegal immigration and the flood of foreign workers, as well as other votes that will cut enforcement tonight or tomorrow morning. It is imperative that you let your congressman know where you stand.

Tell them to Vote Yes On:

* Amendment No. 199 by Rep. Ted Poe (R-TX) to defund the Justice frivolous lawsuit against Arizona. This sends an important message that we stand with Arizona and against the Obama administration’s attempt to undermine our immigration laws.

Seattle shooting case hardly closed

Case clearly not ‘closed’ in ‘Seattle woodcarver’ shooting

Today’s announcement by King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg that criminal charges will not be filed against Seattle Police Officer Ian Birk in the Aug. 30, 1010 shooting death of woodcarver John T. Williams will leave many people doubting the criminal justice system, and it is clear that this case is still not "closed."


Article by Dave Workman

SOF Daily Update, 16 February, 2011

Restoring Small Arms to Duty
While troops often need to recover from a deployment,t he same is also true for their weapons. Experts from Army Arsenals help refurbish the small arms the troops use, so they, too can go back to the front.

Communist Grinches Steal Christmas
In Vietnam, the persecution of Montagnard Christians continues. In incidents during the Christmas season, Vietnamese government thugs attacked several house churches.

ICE Agents Attacked In Mexico

Two Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agents were attacked in Mexico, leaving one dead and another injured. The two agents, assigned to the agency's Mexico City office, were between Mexico City to Monterey.

Protests Break Out in Libya

Protests broke out in Libya, as demonstrators called for the ouster of Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi. Area hospitals reported that 38 people were injured in clashes with police.

How the Grinch stole Christmas

International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that the Vietnamese government used the Christmas holiday to crack down on Montagnard believers. Claiming that peaceful Christmas services were a political threat, the Vietnamese government surrounded gatherings and enforced a law making it unlawful for Montagnard Christians to gather.