By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
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The Laborers' International Union has in its legislative affairs office a lobbyist who pleaded guilty in a fraud case despite a federal law banning convicts from overseeing unions' finances.
While Google makes billions of dollars per year in profits, the company — for a few days anyway — found itself among a list of local scofflaws hit with tax liens filed by the D.C. government.
The D.C. Office of Tax and Revenue is demanding $2,338 in back property taxes, interest and penalties from Rep. Nick J. Rahall II, who wrongly claimed a homestead tax deduction on his Capitol Hill townhouse reserved for D.C. homeowners who claim their property as their "principal residence."
The discussion of a relatively rare phenomenon as a 'great evil' of our age shows that child abuse in Catholic churches has been turned into a morality tale.
Office of Tax and Revenuespokeswoman Natalie Wilson confirmed that "the lien as filed is accurate."
Asked why and how such an error could have been made, Ms. Wilson replied that "there was a delay in applying payment to the account."