Issa: More subpoenas coming
By the way, the local newspaper has finally started to cover gun walking. It'd never mentioned that the US Attorney for the state resigned. And covered all the past events via a couple of wire services stories buried in the paper. One of the whistleblower agents lives right in town, but they've never interviewed him, or if they have, they killed the story. I once joked that the only place their writers were allowed to criticized government officials was in the sports section.
But with the government's trying to defend by releasing data on an earlier, Bush-era episode of gun walking, suddenly that story gets coverage. It's been in front page articles three of the last four days.
Yep, they're a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Democratic Party. Frankly, I'd be as annoyed if they were a wholly owned subsidiary of the GOP. It's not a matter of slant on an editorial page, but one of self-censoring even local news that would inconvenience the party of choice.