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The Internal Revenue Service stopped $1.2 billion in payments for fraudulent tax returns in the first four months of 2013 alone but is still vulnerable to a lack of information from the private sector, a new investigative report has found.
A fortnight after the government's grand reopening, Americans have shrugged off the "evil" of the shutdown. The Democrats crafted their entire legislative agenda around a vow to resist delaying Obamacare, hoping that points collected from outraged voters could be cashed at the midterm elections. If voters don't care about the shutdown a fortnight later, it's hard to see how it would matter a year from now.
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An Israeli lawmaker is set to file a formal complaint with the International Olympic Committee after the Israeli flag and the country's name was omitted from the Swimming World Cup meet in Qatar last weekend.
It is clear that this administration intends to continue spending at a level that can only increase an already dangerous debt. It is past time for taxpayers to be forced to face and fix this spending craze.
In the Obama White House these days, the buck stops somewhere — anywhere — below the president.
Who is minding the IRS? That is the first and most logical question to ask after a front-page story in The Washington Times on Wednesday revealed that the Internal Revenue Service wasted more than $13 billion on bogus claims for the Earned Income Tax Credit over the past decade.
Almost 700 employees of firms contracted by the Internal Revenue Service owe $5.4 million in back taxes, according to a report released Wednesday by the tax agency's inspector general.