Brian Terry’s Family Claims ATF Defied Common Sense on ‘Fast and Furious’

November 10, 2011
By
Brian Terry CBS

"The fact of the matter is that the men who killed Brian Terry were armed with brand new military grade assault weapons and ammunition. The weapons were allowed to be purchased with the full approval of ATF and the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Arizona..."
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Songs For the 99%- Dirty F@#*ing Hippies Were Right!

November 10, 2011
By
hippies

The Hippies were right, but that's not what is important now. Doing what's right is harder, than being right.
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Bisbee Protesters Occupy Bank of America

November 6, 2011
By
bofa

Bisbee Protesters occupy Bank of America, urging customers to move their money to community credit unions.
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Bill of Rights Permit for Assembly, Petitions, and Free Speech

November 2, 2011
By
WE ARE NOT CAMPING

WE ARE NOT CAMPING...We're assembling peaceably...to petition the Government for a redress of grievances...THIS IS OUR PERMIT
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DOJ Attorney Lanny Breuer Regrets ATF ‘Gun Walking’ Illegalities

November 1, 2011
By
Lanny Barber

The emails, regrets and testimony regarding ATF gunwalking scandals, known as 'Fast and Furious' (the Blame Obama version), and 'Operation Wide Receiver' (Blame Bush version) have begun to provide details of a longterm policy to allow firearms to proliferate into Mexico.
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Cochise County’s Representation Could be Split in Redistricting

October 31, 2011
By
Cochise County - 1915

Cochise County residents across the political spectrum complained about having their representation divided in the newest redistricting maps.
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Obama Now Less Popular than Marijuana Legalization

October 30, 2011
By
NORMAL Medical Marijuana States

Gallup reports that, "A record-high 50% of Americans now say the use of marijuana should be made legal, up from 46% last year. Forty-six percent say marijuana use should remain illegal." Obama's job approval has 53% disapproval, versus 43% who approve. October, 2011 was the month that marijuana became more popular than the job approval of President Barack Obama.
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Broadband Wireless Internet Funds for Rural Areas Announced by FCC

October 27, 2011
By
FCC

The Federal Communications Commission has announced the Connect America Fund for rural Internet broadband from the use of a fee formerly used to fund telephone services for rural communities.
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Bisbee Transportation Plan Study Public Meeting on October 27th

October 17, 2011
By
Bisbee Main Street

Bisbee residents are invited to join the City of Bisbee and the Arizona Department of Transportation at an October 27th public meeting to learn more about the on-going study to develop a Comprehensive Transportation Plan for the community.
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ATF ‘Phoenix Case’ Emails Detail Another Bush Era ‘Gun Walking’ Operation

October 15, 2011
By
George Bush

Besides the Bush era 'gun walking' operation known as 'Wide Receiver', emails that detail a second Bush era program of watching guns flood Mexico have been released.
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ATF Allowed Grenade Maker to Supply Materials to Mexican Gangs

October 15, 2011
By
ATF Grenade Walker

Grenade parts monitored by ATF agents and allowed to 'walk' by their superiors.
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The Drug War Surges with IRS, DOJ, DEA, ATF, HHS Attacks on Medical Marijuana

October 13, 2011
By
Medical Marijuana

Under the Obama Administration at least a half dozen federal agencies are being deployed to harass patients, hamper dispensaries, prevent research and in general cripple medical marijuana in this country.
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Gabby Giffords Inspires with Latest Photos

October 6, 2011
By
giffords_kelly_retirement_cropped

U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords continues to improve and inspire as these latest photos from her husband Mark Kelly's retirement ceremony show.
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ATF Gunwalking Dates From 2006 – Mad Dawgs, Prosecutors and Smugglers

October 6, 2011
By
Paul Charlton

Former U.S. Attorney Paul Charlton represents the family of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, slain last year in a firefight near Arivaca. He is preparing legal action concerning the incident. Tim Stellar, of the Arizona Daily Star, interviewed Mr. Charlton concerning the discovery of a Bush era 'gunwalking' operation that allowed hundreds of firearms to be smuggled into Mexico.
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BioteQ in Bisbee Returns to Full Production

October 5, 2011
By
BioteQ

The BioteQ plant in Bisbee, Arizona returned to full production in July and produced 120,000 pounds of copper to the end of September. From July to December, the plant is expected to recover 325,000 pounds of copper for the year, at an estimated cost of $2.75 per pound...
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ATF Gunrunner Impact Team Releases Chart of Guns and Blood Flowing into Mexico

September 30, 2011
By
AFT Gunrunner Impact Team - GRIT

Chart of blood red tracks obtained from CBS News indicates the rivers of blood that flow from the ATF guns that 'walked.' Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) Phoenix Field Division Special Agent William Newell wrote this to his personal friend, Kevin M. O'Reilly of the White House National Security staff.
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The Case of the Missing FBI Informant’s Gun at Brian Terry Murder Scene

September 10, 2011
By
FBI Informat

Allegations that there was a third gun found at Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry's murder have surfaced, bring more questions about the facts surrounding the firefight in Arivaca last year.
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ATF Director And US Attorney Resign As Fast and Furious Gunwalking Scandals Continue

August 30, 2011
By
Kenneth Melson

Kenneth Melson, the Director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, has resigned amidst the continuing scandals of his agency's program of 'gunwalking', or allowing the unhindered sales of firearms for illegal importation into Mexico.
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BioteQ Resumes Operations in Bisbee

July 5, 2011
By
Bioteq in Bisbee

BioteQ Environmental Technologies Inc., a leader in the treatment of industrial waste water, has resumed water treatment operations at its joint venture plant in Bisbee, Arizona. Bioreactor activity has been restored and water treatment has resumed. BioteQ expects treatment to gradually ramp up over the next four to six weeks.
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