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Lawsuit Filed Against State Department for Ignoring Fast and Furious Freedom of Information Act Request

“Today we filed suit against the Department of State on behalf of Kent Terry and David Codrea,” Stamboulieh Law, PLLC announced Sunday. The complaint was filed due to State’s inaction

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Without Personal Consequences, Oversight Fast and Furious Report Brings No One Closer to Justice

“Committee releases Fast & Furious report: Obstruction of Congress by the Department of Justice,” a Wednesday House Oversight and Government Reform Committee press release reads. “Documents obtained after years of

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Kansas Suppressor Case an Opportunity for Trump to Show ‘Firearms Freedom’ Support

“Two Kansans face up to a decade in prison for making and selling silencers without registering them with the federal government or paying the special taxes,” Wichita CBS affiliate KWCH12

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ATF Trace Data Refutes Hillary’s Reported Vermont Gun Claim

“Hillary Clinton ratcheted up her attacks on Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders’ gun control record Monday, telling a private gathering of state legislators near the State Capitol that many of the

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– While the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is taking it on the chin in the western States the current occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon has

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Original Fast and Furious Source Says ATF Still Squandering Resources, Padding Numbers

Part of Obama’s executive action overreach on guns involves an increased role for ATF. In order to make that happen, his 2017 budget “include[s] funding for 200 new ATF agents


Fast and Furious Gun in Garland Latest in Long, Unending Line of Government-Enabled Crimes

“Garland shooter bought pistol through ATF’s controversial gun running sting to track drug cartels,” the New York Daily News proclaimed, managing to pack two whoppers into one headline. The first