The sleeper case that could bust open the IRS scandals

Thomas Lifson American Thinker 6/27/2014

In the absence of a special prosecutor, the best opportunity for piercing the veil of secrecy and evasion that surrounds the IRS handling of groups perceived as enemies of the Obama administration lies in civil litigation. The National Organization for Marriage has just obtained a $50,000 settlement from the IRS […]

IRS scandal deepens

Anthony Martin Conservative Examiner 6/24/2014

As new disclosures were revealed today by top level managers in at least two federal agencies, one fact has become all too clear. The IRS scandal has vastly deepened, and more people were involved than Americans were previously led to believe. The scandal is so broad, in fact, that government […]

IRS: Taxpayer privacy is a thing of the past, according to gov’t report

Jim Kouri Law Enforcement Examiner 1/20/2012

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has always received a great deal of personal information about U.S. individuals and businesses with the understanding of confidentiality of such information. However, bit by bit Congress has removed privacy protections and allowed the confidentiality of taxpayers’ personal information to be breached more and […]