Carney Cries ‘Birther’, Unions Strike Obamacare, IRS Official Pleads The 5th, Rand Demands Answers, And Dems See No Evil: Tuesday P.M. Edition Links 5-21-2013

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More Liberal Defectors From Obamacare: This Time, It’s Unions

Organized labor leaders are the latest in a growing group of liberal special interests to take a pass on President Barack Obama’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Read More…

Jay Carney Asserts That Any Question Challenging The President Is Birtherism

Doing the desperation jive, White House press secretary Jay Carney shouts “birther” at legitimate questions. Watch Carney Squirm…

Poll: No Blame On Obama From Dems

Pew reveals, unsurprisingly, that Democrats throughout the Nation are reluctant to hold the Administration of Barack Obama responsible for scandals that have recently made national headlines. Here Are The Numbers…

Issa Orders IRS Official To Plead The 5th In Person

A top dog at the Internal Revenue Service office responsible for reviewing applications for nonprofit status said, via her attorney, that she will plead the 5th Amendment to avoid House lawmaker’s questions. Subpoena Issued…

Rand Demands Independent IRS Investigation

Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) told a New Hampshire audience Monday that Congress shouldn’t let those responsible for perpetrating the IRS Tea Party-targeting scandal get away with a wrist-slapping from the Inspector General for Tax Administration. Read More…

 

 

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