In Interviews, Author Doesn't Credit Reporters Who Broke Fast and Furious (Pavlich Responds)

A Breitbart review of Katie Pavlich's book on Fast and Furious heaps more injustice on the mounds already piling up around the ATF gunwalking program. Few journalists have devoted as much time reporting on Fast and Furious as Pavlich. As the news editor of Townhall, she has asked questions the mainstream media ignored. Now her book pieces the story together for a complete picture of how a government-run operation turned deadly. Kudos to 23-year old Katie for capitalizing on the hard work of three guys who not only have been on this since day one but who actually broke the story in late December of 2010. No hard feelings and who cares who actually gets the credit if in the end there's justice for the murdered souls of the Obama administration's number one scandal. I'm sure Mike Vanderboegh, Dave Workman and David Codrea, being the three exceptional investigative journalists they are would agree. But there's something smarmy about Pavlich's latest Fox interviews. She didn't even...(Read Full Post)