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Corruption In High Places

Corruption In High Places

There’s nothing that defines this administration as much as its lack of transparency, and its handling of immigration policy is no exception to this rule. Which is why we recommend reading the account by the Center for Investigative Reporting of James F. Tomsheck’s explosive allegations regarding corruption within the bureaucracy of U.S. Customs and...
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Obama’s Enemies List

Obama’s Enemies List

This is what happens when the institutions of the state are permitted to run amok. If the fact that the ATF hasn’t fired a single person responsible for the Fast and Furious debacle, or its subsequent coverup, surprises you, then you probably haven’t been paying attention. The only people censured in this administration are those...
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Fast and Furious Fallout

Fast and Furious Fallout

The complicity of federal law enforcement agencies in Fast and Furious has been an issue ever since the scandal was revealed to the American public. Now comes word that the FBI has been implicated in the killing of Brian Terry, the Border Patrol agent whose death sparked the initial investigation into what has turned...
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Rendering Justice

Rendering Justice

  As most of you know, this website has endeavored to provide information about a subject that-with a few notable exceptions-has been woefully underreported-and at times grossly misrepresented-by the mainstream media, i.e. the obstruction of and corruption of justice at the heart of the Fast and Furious scandal. The countless lives that have been...
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Honoring Brian Terry

Honoring Brian Terry

Brian Terry’s birthday. If he had not been cut down by bullets provided to a Mexican drug cartel by his own government, Agent Brian Terry would have celebrated his forty-third year on the planet this past Sunday. Unlike the members of this administration and its Justice Department, he exemplified honor and faithfulness to the...
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What Happened in Libya?

That’s the question Congress is trying to get to the bottom of. The testimony above comes from the Benghazi hearings. The media coverage of the hearings, like that of the jihadist assault that precipitated them, has been less than illuminating. Stay tuned for further developments…
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The Payback (To Be Continued…)

No good deed goes unpunished, as those who blew the whistle on the Obama administration’s gun-walking debacle can tell you firsthand. Intimidation and obstruction is the norm, and honesty about criminal abuses by the feds is discouraged at all costs. Vince Cefalu is one of several former agents who’ve been punished for daring to question the illegal...
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Blood on the Border

Blood on the Border

Update: It’s believed by the FBI that the death of this Border Patrol agent was a case of friendly fire. Look for a link to the USA Today article in the comments section of this post.  Yet another deadly attack upon this nation’s Border Patrol agents, the first since the ambush of Brian Terry...
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Contempt

Contempt

Despite the theatrical exodus of its most useless faction of lawmakers, Congress coalesced into a bipartisan coalition this week to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt for his obstruction of investigations into the Fast and Furious debacle. Here’s the roll call for the contempt vote. Kudos to the seventeen Democrats-including New York’s own Kathy...
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Facts Are Stubborn Things

As John Adams once said. This quotation is especially relevant today, when we have an administration that refuses to acknowledge them even when called to account  by the Congress of the United States. Rep. Trey Gowdy lays out just why Attorney General Eric Holder was sanctioned by the House Committee on Oversight and Government...
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