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The IRS Scandal: “That’s a Lie”

Posted by Larry Doyle on June 14th, 2014 9:36 AM |

Saturday morning in America.

Should be a great day and a beautiful weekend with plenty of sports activity to captivate fans and fathers in the crowd. In the process of making the most of the weekend, though, let’s not lose sight of the fact that our nation remains under assault both from without and within.

As a father, I am very concerned for the future of this country. While I am concerned about the threat of terrorism and our fiscal condition among many other issues, my greatest concern actually centers on the lack of moral fiber and true leadership that are integral to the ongoing degradation of the rule of law in America.

Why so concerned — er, actually pissed off — on a beautiful Saturday morning? I am insulted, and hope you are as well, that we are forced to swallow such a line of horse$&it that e-mails within the IRS were lost because a computer crashed. This crock might only be compared to the junior high excuse that my dog ate my homework. (more…)

UPDATE: Who Directed Abuses of Power at IRS?

Posted by Larry Doyle on May 17th, 2013 11:20 AM |

Is there any doubt that the IRS engaged in an abuse of power in the manner in which it handled the applications of selected groups for tax-exempt status?

In Congressional testimony this morning, the outgoing acting commissioner Steven Miller has done his best to parry — some would say stonewall — Republican committee members. The simple fact is America learned what it needed to from this hearing in the opening testimony provided by the Inspector General J. Russell George.

Let’s watch, listen, and learn: (more…)






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