Posts Tagged ‘ gunwalking ’

The Coverup Continues (Fast and Furious)

The Coverup Continues (Fast and Furious)

For those who believed the departure of Eric Holder from the national spotlight would be put an end to troublesome questions about Fast and Furious-and the obstruction of justice and abuse of power its failure unleashed-I have some bad news for you. The trial of several members of a Mexican rip crew for the...
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Trek’s Trek (Honoring Brian Terry)

Trek’s Trek (Honoring Brian Terry)

  Kudos to intrepid investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson for bringing attention to a noble cause. As most of you know, the investigation into the death of Agent Brian Terry at the hands of Mexican narco-insurgents has gone nowhere for nearly the past four years, in no small part due to the obstruction of this...
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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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Injustice

Injustice

With the unfortunate news that Eric Holder is going to remain in his position as head of the Department of Justice for the second Obama term-at least for the foreseeable future-it’s only fitting that we take a cursory glance at the defining moment of his tenure as Attorney General. I refer, of course, to...
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Rapido y Furioso

  Most of you are probably aware of Univision’s groundbreaking investigation of Fast and Furious, which aired last night. For those of you fluent in Espanol, you can watch the first part here. There’s also a Spanish-language interview of Univision’s two investigative reporters by Jorge Ramos, which focuses on the bloody history of Eric...
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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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The Daily Rattle for February

The Daily Rattle for February

Today’s Daily Rattle cuts a wide swath across the political landscape, including stories about the ongoing carnage of the Mexican war against the narco cartels, some high profile endorsements of Mitt Romney by immigration enforcement advocates, and a potential reentry into the political realm by our good friend Russell Pearce. But first, we examine...
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Reality Based Debate

Now that criticizing anyone in the Obama administration accused of malfeasance, gross negligence, and actions indirectly leading to the deaths of hundreds of Mexicans, among others, is incontrovertibly racist, I suppose it’s a good time to look at why we never see an honest examination of the immigration issue in the mainstream media. Thankfully,...
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The Daily Rattle-Immigration News Summary For December 17, 2011

Today’s roundup contains a heavy dose of news about Eric Holder and the Justice Department’s malfeasance, vis-a-vis their gunwalking scandals, as well as an update on the case of embattled political prisoner Agent Jesus Diaz. However, we start with a mind-boggling story about the lengths Los Angeles mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, a.k.a. Tony Villar, will...
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