Category Archives: IRS
“A bad man in a powerful position can do great harm. Not just for what he can do, but what others will be encouraged do in his name.” I said this back in 2008 when my partner and I were … Continue reading
Here’s the video Why does he look like a guy headed for a federal lock up? Because as Issa’s team works through the abuse at the IRS they are running into criminal activity. WASHINGTON, June 26 (UPI) — The U.S. … Continue reading
“A twenty thousand dollar attorney holding a sign that says ‘Immunity offers taken here.'” Holly Paz looks for a way out.
There was a mystery afoot in the IRS scandal. Holly Paz, the second in command under Lois Lerner (the “I did nothing wrong but I plead the fifth” gal), disappeared off the map after giving testimony to Congress about the … Continue reading
FBI director doesn’t know who is in charge of the IRS investigation- or little else for that matter.
“Gosh Beav, you think he would at least carried in a note with a name?” Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) didn’t hide his surprise during a House Judiciary Committee hearing on Thursday in which FBI Director Robert Mueller told the lawmaker he wasn’t aware of … Continue reading
“I am not here as a serf or vassal. I am not begging my lords for mercy. I’m a born free American woman, wife, mother, and citizen.”
Becky Gerritson spoke those words that I predict will reverberate for a long time. In Mozart’s Abduction from the Seraglio, the captive English maid, Blonde, scornfully rejects the advances of the powerful Osmin, overseer of Pasha Selim’s harem: “Pasha here, … Continue reading
I believe them. The Feds are not known for loving independent thought or actions. They don’t have layer upon layer of bureaucracy like something trivial as “the assistant to the assistant head of review of the process of reviews department” … Continue reading
Isn’t that the real question people ask when witnessing the outrageous behavior by this administration? It spends so much time trying to tamp down on leaks and people questioning their performance one wonders what they could be hiding. As I … Continue reading
This case, if followed through right, might be trouble. True the Vote and the multi-agency harassment.
First off, Governor Perry needs to step in. He should have his people open an inquiry into the case with all the powers of his State. Second, the House should open an investigations and directly subpoena every agent and supervisor … Continue reading
WH says the woman in charge of the IRS during the scandal is innocent. No proof she did anything wrong. Oh, man let me try!
You can’t make up the arrogant chutzpah of the White House! I love these guys. I do. Here they say Sarah Hall Ingram has no part of any of the IRS scandal, even though she personally ran it during the … Continue reading
Mark Steyn and the National Review spend time pointing out what the guy in Ohio already knew: The government is out of control.
Look, it’s simple. Infiltrate over a number of years an organization with a bunch of like minded folks and you are going to get a beast, that with the power it holds, will guarantee its own survival. Put in people … Continue reading