Judge Andrew Napolitano appeared on "Fox and Friends" this morning to react to a bombshell report that the the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) is illegally stockpiling the personal information of gun owners.
The ATF announced that they have recovered 13 firearms from the Oregon college campus shooter and all were purchased legally.
The Washington Times reported this week about the Obama administration's quiet move to force gun buyers to disclose their race and ethnicity.
Judge Andrew Napolitano weighed in this morning on a new scandal surrounding the ATF. The Justice Department agency, already under fire in recent years over the botched Fast and Furious operation, is now being criticized for its tactics in storefront sting operations, according to a recent investigative report by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
A new report is shining a light on some forgetful federal agents, who are said to have left their weapons in bathrooms, on top of cars and in glove compartments. The incidents were outlined in internal ATF reports from the past five years obtained by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel through a FOIA request.
The family of slain Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry is still searching for answers three years after his death.
A deadly shootout in Mexico, involving Kingery grenades, is leading to questions about whether DOJ and ATF allowed additional weapons to reach drug cartels, similar to Operation Fast and Furious.
Can the ATF block whistleblower John Dodson from writing a book - called 'The Unarmed Truth' - about Operation Fast and Furious?