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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Thursday that he will oppose President Obama's pick to be the next head of the scandal-plagued IRS because of the recent rule change Senate Democrats muscled through regarding the confirmation of presidential nominees and because of the ongoing investigation into the additional scrutiny the Internal Revenue Service gave to conservative groups.
The IRS itself is paying tax-cheat companies hundreds of millions of dollars a year for services, according to a new internal audit releasedWednesday.
There are all sorts of time bombs embedded within Obamacare.
Democrats said Monday that the House's top investigator, Rep. Darrell Issa, went too far in using a subpoena to obtain the secret plans for the computer architecture behind HealthCare.gov, and the Democrats warn that having those documents out in the open could be a major cybersecurity threat.
With their laws, regulations and executive orders mandating the "greater good," our leaders are dismantling the Constitution and nullifying the Bill of Rights.
The Obama administration has been replete with policy incompetence, managerial incompetence and intentional deception of the American people. As I am a doddering old curmudgeon who defaults to cynicism as frequently as I draw breath, I am not as much surprised as I am disappointed. This was not the change we voted for.
President Obama says income inequality is the "defining challenge of our time" and insists that America must address the difference between the rich and the poor. He may be on to something, but not in the way he thinks — or wants to talk about.
The ranking Republican on the Senate Finance Committee said Wednesday he will support President Obama's nominee to become the next head of the scandal-plagued IRS — an announcement that bodes well for John Koskinen's confirmation by the Senate.
With the agency squarely in the hot seat over its role in vetting tea party groups and enforcing Obamacare, President Obama's choice to head the IRS vowed during his confirmation hearing Tuesday to restore the public's trust in the scandal-plagued agency.