Ex-IRS Official Lois Lerner last year accused Republican congressional investigators probing the IRS targeting scandal of being “evil and dishonest,” insisting later that she was “never a political person.”
The Internal Revenue Service gave only one conservative advocacy group tax-exempt status because of its “deliquent” handling of applications from Tea Party and conservative groups, according to a report released by the Senate Finance Committee last week.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R., Ky.) accused the Obama administration of misleading Congress and hiding evidence in order to conceal the effort by the Internal Revenue Service to target conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status.
A group of activists are building a network with the goal of amending the Constitution by calling a convention of the states.
Virginia’s special ‘Don’t Tread on Me” license plate has exploded in popularity since its introduction.
After witnessing the spectacle of MSNBC host Chris Hayes getting pelted with rocks by an angry mob in Ferguson, Mo., Monday night, I was struck by a feeling of anger and frustration. Not at the rioters. Rioters throw rocks. That’s what they do. My anger was at the despicable display of “tolerance” and “understanding” displayed by Hayes, as he lowered his expectations for civil behavior to accommodate his liberal need to be accepted by the mob.