The Administration of Barack Obama initially tried to downplay reports that the Internal Revenue Service placed undue scrutiny on conservative groups over the past several years, but a damning Treasury report on the IRS-Tea Party scandal released this week introduces Administration foot to Administration mouth.
Attorney General Eric Holder fielded questions Wednesday from a number of lawmakers on Capitol Hill seeking answers about the flurry of scandals involving the Administration of President Barack Obama that have broken over the past several days, not the least of which was the Associated Press hacking fiasco.
At 6 p.m. ET today, President Barack Obama will give a statement from the White House concerning the scandal involving the Internal Revenue Service and its politcally-motivated targeting of conservative nonprofits during his reelection campaign.
On MSNBC Wednesday, former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, who served from 2005-2007 under President George W. Bush, said the Administration weighed whether it could subpoena information from an undisclosed source without telling that source about it — just as the Obama Administration’s Department of Justice has done in the scandal it created by doing […]
Media Matters, as a slew of scandals hit the Barack Obama Administration, revealed how much it is willing to side with the government by releasing a series of talking points for Americans interested in defending Federal officials involved in the Associated Press hacking scandal. Without further ado, here are some suggested points for our more […]
Senator Charlie Rangel (D-N.Y.) got on MSNBC Wednesday and went as far as a disgraced liberal Congressman can to castigate his party’s most influential member, telling Joe Scarborough that President Barack Obama hasn’t told the American people nearly as much as he knows about scandals involving both the Department of Justice and the Internal Revenue […]
Editor’s Note: This commentary by Personal Liberty’s Wayne Allyn Root was originally published on October 25, 2012. In it, Root discusses how the Internal Revenue Service has been bullying him for more than two years. He said then, that he believed the IRS’s intense focus on his personal finances was directly related to his conservative […]
Here is a collection of some of the stories that Personal Liberty staffers will be keeping an eye on throughout the day. Click the links for the full stories. POLITICO isn’t known for Barack Obama bashing. That’s what makes this analysis, released late Tuesday, all the more fascinating. The President’s own party kin are jumping […]
The same Internal Revenue Service office alleged to have intentionally bogged down Tea Party nonprofits and other conservative groups with needless documentation demands during the run-up to the 2012 Presidential election also shared the still-pending, confidential tax-exemption applications of nine of those groups with ProPublica.
Whatever your party ideology is, whatever the ideals — left or right — you profess as critical to the understanding of how America’s ongoing experiment in free Constitutional Republicanism will continually emerge successful, you have to hew to what you believe.