Fast And Furious by Katie Pavlich

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Katie Pavlich’s book, “Fast and Furious,” is one that everyone needs to read and discuss widely.


A bloody scandal and its shameless cover-up:

No scandal is more threatening to the Obama administration than Operation Fast and Furious. While other scandals involve money, Fast and Furious involves lives, including that of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, gunned down with a weapon that the federal government put in the hands of Mexico’s narco-terrorists.

As shocking as Operation Fast and Furious was—and this book explains, in chilling detail, just what this operation conducted by the ATF, under the supervision of the Justice Department, entailed—equally appalling is the blatant cover-up of wrongdoing by the Obama administration. No reporter has been more dogged in tracking down the facts about Fast and Furious than Katie Pavlich. In her stunning new book she reveals:
The documents that undermine the White House’s claims of ignorance about Fast and Furious
How Eric Holder, President Obama’s attorney general, has, under oath, repeatedly changed his testimony
The still mounting death toll from Fast and Furious
The retaliation against Fast and Furious whistleblowers
Why Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano might be charged with perjury
The Obama administration’s continuing assault on Second Amendment rights
Why Fast and Furious could be a bigger scandal than Watergate
Unraveling the mystery of what Fast and Furious was all about, Katie Pavlich delivers a stunning indictment of a radical administration willing to trample the Constitution and risk lives to achieve its ideological goals.

About Katie Pavlich

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KATIE PAVLICH is the news editor for and a contributing editor to Townhall Magazine. As a reporter, she has been one of the leading investigative journalists breaking news on Fast and Furious. She is a frequent commentator on Fox News, Fox Business, and MSNBC, as well as on a host of national and local radio shows. A graduate of the University of Arizona, Pavlich lives in the Washington, D.C., area.
Published April 16, 2012 by Regnery Publishing. 241 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, History, Education & Reference. Non-fiction
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Reviewed by Bob Adelmann on Apr 18 2012

Pavlich has done a careful job of putting the pieces together in her book and is fearless in presenting them, even in the face of a withering barrage of skeptical questions by O’Reilly.

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Reviewed by Jim Fletcher on Jul 03 2012

Katie Pavlich’s book, “Fast and Furious,” is one that everyone needs to read and discuss widely.

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