An ICE Agent’s Quest for Justice
Victor Avila is a survivor. Soft-spoken but iron-willed, he dedicated his life to law enforcement and to his country. Yet, the feds are now fighting tooth and nail to bury the full truth about the 2011 ambush by Los Zetas …
‘The Loop’ Never Extends All the Way to the Oval Office
The “worst tornado in the history of the world” hit the Oklahoma City suburbs yesterday. You know what to do: American Red Cross. Salvation Army. Recovers.org. Mercury One is organizing two truckloads from the Dallas area.
The Tuesday edition …
Eric Holder’s Implausibly Uncommunicative Staff
The Thursday edition of the Morning Jolt features a discussion of the power of messages against the power of events, the latest news on the investigation in the Benghazi attack, and this important point to keep in mind when you …
69 Percent Want Obama to Come Clean on
Wow. Among adults, not registered voters or likely voters, 53 percent approve of the U.S. House of Representatives holding “Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress for refusing to turn over documents related to a program called Operation Fast …
’Fast & Furious’
The Obama of 2008 Would Have Cared About ‘Fast & Furious’
I am back, and so is the Morning Jolt:
Fast & Furious: One More Example of How Obama Is Exactly the Guy His Critics Said He Was
The Barack Obama sold to us in 2008 would have cared about how something like …
Discussing Fast & Furious, Holder Laments His ‘Character Assassination’
This morning, I wrote, “Eric Holder Should Become a Campaign Issue Today.”
Rep. Ann Marie Buerkle, New York Republican, offered a fine example of how to skewer the administration. The Attorney General of the United States should not be able …
El Chapo’s Capture Puts ‘Operation Fast and Furious’ Back in the Headlines
Obama-administration scandals never resolve. They just vanish — usually, under a new scandal.
So it was with one of this president’s earliest embarrassments, “Operation Fast and Furious,” designed to help the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) …
An Exciting, Fresh, Bold New Form of Media Bias
In the Tuesday edition of the Morning Jolt . . . sent along to the editors at the usual time, and reaching readers a bit later under our new distribution system (we’re working on it) . . .
A Bold New Form of Media Bias
Scathing Fast & Furious IG Report Imminent?
While doing today’s Jolt, I came across this intriguing article from Fox News from a week ago — a news development lost in the (deserved) interest in the embassy-attack stories:
Dozens of senior-level U.S. government officials turned a …
Explaining ‘Fast & Furious’ to the Founding Fathers
The final Morning Jolt of the week is full of reaction to the Obamacare decision, but it also includes this examination of how we got where we are in the investigation of Fast & Furious:
Oh, and Eric Holder’s in …
Too Fast and Too Furious?
House Oversight and Government Reform Committee chairman Darrell Issa issued a memorandum and draft contempt report on Thursday making the case for holding Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress. The report details the Department of Justice’s stonewalling …
Eric Holder Should Become a Campaign Issue Today
From the Thursday edition of the Morning Jolt:
Today, Eric Holder Loves Executive Privilege
So if Mitt Romney wanted something else to talk about besides what he meant when he made his comment about the “very poor,” he could always …