By Suzanne Eovaldi, staff writer
Yesterday was the birthday of slain Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, who died in the forlorn landscape in Rio Rico, AZ, a sacrificial lamb to this administration’s loss of honor. Not surprisingly there was no notice of the significance of the day in the media.
The young man was left to die by our government, a government without honor which no longer is proud enough to protect its own, a government which has sold itself out to political correctness, to the progressives’ code of dishonor, to a world that would have America die.
CIR was first to break this tragic story about the series of bad Border Patrol-Homeland Security Agency policies now known as “Fast and Furious” that killed Brian Terry. We received an anonymous tip that blew the secretive wide open: the U.S. D.O.J was conducting a massive gun sale to violent drug cartels. Another tip has yet to be answered. … Continue Reading:Brian Terry an honorable man and American hero: may he rest in peace
By Ron Reale, staff writer
Were George Zimmerman Black, nobody would know Travon Martin’s name.
Obama wouldn’t be claiming either one looked like his son, just as he hasn’t previously claimed any of the thousands of anonymous Black youths killed by their peers. Black on Black crime doesn’t get to Obama or Eric Holder. Actually, Black crime, or crimes committed by Blacks, don’t seem to warrant anything less than their scorn.
New Black Panthers threatening and menacing Whites at a polling place during an election is ignored. Victims and perps wrong colors. You’re a racist for caring.
Barack Obama using a fraudulent Social Security number for years, being elected under false pretenses has no true, provable history. Barack Obama extending “executive privilege” into the “Fast and Furious” case, protecting exactly whom? Himself? Holder? Regardless, perp(s) wrong color. You’re a racist for caring.
Hundreds of Mexicans and at least two American agents … Continue Reading:My Realety is Black and White!
by Doug Book, staff writer
Just days ago, House Speaker John Boehner shocked the conservative world by at last granting his long awaited approval for next week’s contempt of congress vote against Attorney General Eric Holder. But it wasn’t the thought of doing what’s right for the family of Brian Terry, Jaime Zapata or others killed in the Regime’s Fast and Furious scheme that prompted the Speaker’s decision. After all, Mr. Boehner is hardly one to risk a loss of political advantage—or more importantly, anger the national media—just because a few hundred people have been killed by his Democrat friends.
No, the very cautious Congressman Boehner and other Republican leaders at last chose to take a stand because of reports that “…at least one and perhaps two sources within the Justice Department…have approached the Issa committee seeking whistle blower status.” (1)
For weeks it has been suggested that House and Senate committee’s investigating Eric Holder’s participation … Continue Reading:DOJ whistle blowers provide Speaker Boehner with courage to charge Eric Holder
by Doug Book, staff writer
Three months ago conservatives were jubilant over reports Congressman Darrell Issa would offer a Contempt of Congress complaint against Eric Holder. After all, the Attorney General had openly refused to honor House Oversight Committee subpoenas for an estimated 80,000 documents vital to the Committee’s investigation of the role played by members of the Obama Regime in Operation Fast and Furious.
Holder spent nearly a year lying to Congressional committees and making clear he had no intention of honoring legal subpoenas. His Assistant Attorney General Ron Weich had written a February 4th, 2011 letter to congress claiming the criminal walking of more than 2000 firearms across the Mexican border had never happened. It was that letter which would have the distinction of being the first ever Department of Justice communication to congress which had to be withdrawn by its sender, due to certain “inaccuracies.” (1)
Yet deadlines set by Issa and … Continue Reading:Speaker Boehner protects Eric Holder from Contempt of Congress citation…again
by Doug Book, staff writer
As a result of his refusal to honor House committee subpoenas demanding the release of some 70 thousand Fast and Furious-related documents currently withheld by the Department of Justice, Eric Holder faces the very real possibility of arrest and imprisonment by the House of Representatives.
“Your actions lead us to conclude that the [Justice] Department is actively engaged in a cover-up,” wrote House Government Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa to Attorney General Holder just two days before his February 2nd testimony before the Committee. (1)
Stating what interested Americans have known for a year or more, Issa speaks of the contempt in which the Attorney General holds the Republican led House of Representatives and his resulting willingness to ignore subpoenas and set the terms under which he will permit DOJ officials to produce documents or respond to Committee questions.
“During your testimony before the House Judiciary Committee on December 8th, 2011, … Continue Reading:Darrell Issa to finally put Eric Holder behind bars?