Rep. Kelly OWNS Fired IRS Commish–Gets Rousing Ovation
Tax Scandal Fells IRS Chief
Holder scolds Issa for ‘shameful’ demeanor
White House releases additional documents related to Benghazi response
On Wednesday’s Mark Levin Show: Mark says it’s time to politically kill the IRS and says that it has been a corrupt agency since its founding. We need to fight the expansion of the IRS, especially with what’s to come with Obamacare. President Obama makes a statement about the IRS situation and says he is deeply concerned about what happened. If he was so concerned, why didn’t he do something about it months ago when news was first coming out about it? Mark also says that AG Eric Holder shouldn’t be anywhere near this and we shouldn’t trust him. Rather, we need a special Prosecutor to investigate the IRS because the system is broken and needs to be changed.
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Wall Street Journal
James Bovard: A Brief History of IRS Political Targeting
Investor’s Business Daily
IRS Targeting Pushed By Democrats Aided Obama Campaign
PDF: White House Benghazi Emails
Holder: ‘I Am Not Sure’ When I Recused Myself
Holder: W.H. Found Out About This By Reading the Newspapers
Attorney Journal Eric Holder faced over four hours of questioning on the IRS, AP probe, Benghazi and other topics from members of the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday.
FBI opens criminal probe of tax agency, audit cites disarray
Obama under fire over civil liberties
Navy makes aviation history with carrier drone launch
Attorney General Eric Holder said that the investigation into the IRS’s targeting of conservative groups will not be limited to the tax-exempt unit in the agency’s Ohio field office.
House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte’s (R-Va.) opening statement was interrupted by a Democrat on the committee.
Rep. Melvin Watt (D-N.C.) held his grandchild during his questioning of Eric Holder in front of the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday.
Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.) said that the Justice Department secretly obtaining the Associated Press’s phone records impaired the First Amendment.
Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) and Attorney General Eric Holder sparred during the House Judiciary Committee’s hearing on Wednesday. Holder called Issa’s conduct “shameful” and “unacceptable.”