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Tag Archives: IRS

(Time for an opensourced investigation?) Lerner’s hard drive supposedly crashed 10 days AFTER first inquiry into IRS targeting

This stinks stinks stinks and should be pursued with tenacity on the Hill and elsewhere. All the IT people commenting on the Lerner articles across the Web say they can find all sorts of stuff which we are being told is lost. Perhaps it’s time for an opensourced investigation. Let the people at the data and let them see what they can find.

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The targeting of political dissent by the IRS represents a clear and present danger to the American Republic

There seems to be a belief among some true believers on the Left that the executive branch is pretty much sewn up for the foreseeable future. Ms. Clinton will waltz in on the heels Mr. Obama and take over the expansion of the state, the expansion of the “progressive” state, in 3 years time. Though Congress my not be owned by the Dems, the White House the progressives are positive will be for a long time, and so the tools of the executive branch should be employed in a partisan and purely political way.

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Obama’s proposed IRS rules to limit tax-exempt status concern liberals, too (ACLU joins the fight)

Many liberal groups are joining with IRS targeted conservative groups to fight the effort from the Obama administration to chill political work and speech. What is bad for the conservative goose is often bad for the liberal gander. Even still some believe that there has been significant pressure put on these liberal groups not to speak out. The ACLU however broke ranks and other traditionally lefty groups have followed. It’s really an existential issue for them. Obama isn’t going to be in office forever.

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