The President may claim he’s doing his job, but that’s not how many Americans see it.

These false claims and excuses are unacceptable; the American people deserve the truth.

First this administration makes the wrong decisions, then it won’t give the American people the straight answers.


IRS Commissioner John Koskinen, a major political donor to Democrats, was President Obama’s choice to take over the agency in 2013, and has testified to two House committees in the past week.

Earlier this week, Speaker Boehner (R-OH) demanded the Obama administration “come clean” on what really happened at the IRS. The Speaker continued to pressure the White House for answers today, and said the IRS needs “someone who will tell the truth” about the agency’s claims that it lost two year’s worth of emails from an official who twice pled the fifth to avoid incriminating herself.


The Obama administration’s continued stonewalling of House Republicans’ IRS investigation prompted a strong rebuke from House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH)...


The ill-conceived rules proposed by the IRS have no place in our democracy, and I’m grateful to our committees for their hard work to put a stop to this.

Our system of government relies on the sacred trust the American people place in the transparency and accountability of its institutions.

The Obama administration has a bad habit: it seems to never want the American people to know what it’s really up to, and it seeks to avoid accountability at all costs.

Getting the truth for the American people isn’t just good government, it’s good for jobs and fostering solutions that will expand opportunity for all Americans.

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