We will not let the IRS get away with this.

With tax day right around the corner, the last thing you should have to worry about is the safety of your sensitive personal and financial information. This Thursday, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen will testify before a key House panel amid growing concerns that his agency is woefully unprepared to protect taxpayer information from cyberattacks.

Right now, as you’re sending the IRS just about everything there is to know about you, it remains highly vulnerable to hackers and cyberattacks. And the agency has no intention of doing anything about it.
In 16 seconds, here's everything you need to know about President Obama's last-ever budget to Congress. . .

The president’s budget is not so much a budget as it is a progressive manual—a series of far-left proposals that would drive our country further into debt, stifle wage growth and job creation, and raise taxes on millions of hardworking Americans. (Read: make big government even bigger.)

Earlier in the week, when we laid out our expectations for the president’s last budget, we predicted new tax hikes. After all, how are you going to pay for all that new spending? But even we didn’t see this one coming…

WASHINGTON — House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) released the following statement on the Obama administration’s proposal to add a $10 tax on every barrel of oil:

For too many, there is a growing fear that the American dream is slipping. For these Americans, nothing they’ve heard tonight is very reassuring.

We’re about 30 minutes into President Obama’s final State of the Union address and it isn’t going so well.

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

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