Recall that invoking the Fifth Amendment is only allowed to avoid self-incrimination.
The Justice Department may be leveraging employees to keep them from testifying.
A PJ Media article is cited as possible impetus.
Gingrich's opinion on electromagnetic pulse events is well-informed. The Times' is not.
More than a quarter of these guns ended up in cartel hands in 2009, yet the admin continued the sales program.
Reports surface of the Drug Enforcement Administration laundering cartel drug money.
From multiple sources come shocking charges of deadly ineptitude and an FBI coverup in Fast and Furious.
Bachmann and Perry join Gingrich.
The victims — including children — of Fast and Furious are dead.
America should be disgusted with Holder's answers and the blame-shifting by his Democratic questioners.
She uses a Gunwalker hearing to deflect attention from federal criminal activity onto the law-abiding citizen. And she gets her gun facts comically wrong.
An attempt to turn Breuer into the fall guy for the attorney general seems to have failed.
Do we now have motive?
As the cover-up unravels, the Justice Department and a Democrat congressman play "shoot the messenger."
Darrell Issa investigates the rumored third gun present at ATF Agent Bryan Terry's murder.
One was a failed law enforcement operation. The other was a possible criminal conspiracy. (Related: Ed Driscoll asks, How would the story play in the MSM if Bush were still in power?)
Once again, the Obama administration intends to treat an act of war as a law enforcement matter.
Bachmann calls on Holder to resign. Romney dodges.
"It was a joint operation in which DEA knew more than ATF."
The evidence continues to cast strong doubts on the attorney general's truthfulness.
The typical gun-control advocates don't have the president's and attorney general's backs this time.
CBS News says they have lots more evidence, plus the Gunwalker architect may have been identified.
Drama: Eric Holder faces damning evidence, while the White House and MSM rearrange the deck chairs. (Also: Gunwalker coverage at PJTV.)
The Bush Justice Department ran a sting operation intended to interdict weapons. Guns were never allowed to walk.