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Inside Washington, continuing developments in the Internal Revenue Service, Associated Press and Benghazi scandals may have given President Obama the worst week of his presidency so far.
The organizers of the Tea Party Patriots have called for a nationwide protest Tuesday against the Internal Revenue Service to challenge the government agency’s abuse of power while targeting Tea Party groups.
There will be an event on Capitol Hill this week that will tell us a lot about the future of comprehensive immigration reform.
SNL‘s Kenan Thompson brings back his hilarious parody of Al Sharpton to highlight the news about the IRS targeting the Tea Party.
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A story in the Washington Post yesterday about the Internal Revenue Service’s Cincinnati office, which does most of the agency’s nonprofit auditing, clearly contradicted earlier reports that the agency’s targeting of Tea Party groups was the result of rogue agents.
The Post story anonymously quoted a staffer in Cincinnati as saying they only operate on directives from headquarters:
As could be expected, the folks in the determinations unit on Main Street have had trouble concentrating this week.
Terry Eastland focuses on Assistant Attorney General Thomas Perez’s unusual quid pro quo with the city of St.
In its Saturday edition, the Washington Post featured two separate front-page stories about the controversy engulfing the Internal Revenue Service for its targeting of Tea Party groups seeking nonprofit status.
After one full week of votes in the Senate Judiciary Committee, it is now clear that no major changes will be made to the Schumer-Rubio immigration bill before it reaches the Senate floor.
Speaking at Ellicott Dredges’ factory in Baltimore this afternoon, President Obama joked that he couldn’t wait to have a dredge named after him.
After taking a tour of the factory, Obama explained that a customer of the factory once named a dredge after former President Bill Clinton.
“I’ve got my fingers crossed,” he joked.
Deirdre McCloskey, a professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago, is set to be honored by the Competitive Enterprise Institute, a leading Washington, D.C., free market/libertarian think tank, with its annual Julian Simon Award at a major dinner event in June.
CEI advocates for several issues and causes that are associated with the right, like skepticism about climate change, shrinking the size of government and opposing federal regulations like Sarbanes-Oxley.
During a House Ways and Means Committee hearing today, Rep. Aaron Schock, R-Ill., grilled outgoing IRS commissioner Steven Miller about the IRS targeting a pro-life group in Iowa.
On Thursday, House Republicans once again voted to repeal President Obama’s health care law. I don’t think it’ll be a major spoiler to predict that the repeal bill won’t go any further
During the congressional hearing Friday morning with outgoing IRS Commissioner Steven Miller, Rep.
During a House Ways and Means Committee Hearing this morning, acting IRS commissioner Steven Miller explained that he never claimed to have done anything wrong.
Miller made the comment during an exchange with Rep.
During a congressional hearing with the House Ways and Means Committee, outgoing IRS commissioner Steven Miller admitted that the IRS provided "horrible customer service" by targeting Tea Party groups.
"I can say generally, we provided horrible customer service, I will admit that.