The House is set to rein in IRS bureaucrats and keep them accountable to American taxpayers.

If only American workers were forking over bigger portions of their paychecks to the federal government. And if only there were more bureaucrats in Washington. Then the federal government could finally do its job, and do it right.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s successor, John Kerry, says his department will work to review for release the tens of thousands of emails it first received from Clinton’s private cache just recently, but that it will take time – months, in fact.

 
 

Titled “Time for the truth and an end to IRS targeting once and for all,” the video underscores the House’s commitment to “work to fully expose what really happened at the IRS so we can ensure that no American is targeted for their beliefs by their own government"...


The Ways and Means Committee’s investigation into the scandal “uncovered three specific acts undertaken by Lerner that may have violated one or more criminal statutes.” If convicted, the committee says she could face up to 11 years in prison – which is perhaps why she has twice pled the fifth and refused to testify to Congress.

Senate Democrats are still saying “no” to dozens of good, common-sense jobs bills. They’re not even proposing their own ideas; they’re just focused on politics, wasting time on a quixotic constitutional amendment they know is going nowhere, a bill that inadvertently highlights their own hypocrisy, and legislation that will actually hurt jobs.

If the Emmy Awards considered such things, President Obama’s Internal Revenue Service (IRS) would have easily taken the award for best cover-up.
Why is it that whenever there are questions surrounding the Obama administration’s actions, emails and hard drives go missing and computers miraculously crash?

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