Think, for a minute, about all the things the IRS can do to a group, or an individual, without causing a scandal. The agency imposes penalties and fines on citizens before any guilt has been proven in the court of law; soon the agency will be able to levy penalties against citizens for not obtaining proper health insurance. The IRS has more power in a single audit than Eric Holder’s entire Department of Justice. . . And that’s just when they behave.
It's most gratifying that people are beginning to wake up to the bullying tactics of the White House toward those in the press who occasionally stray from the government-owned media model, but this has been going on for a while.
Bob Woodward isn't the only journalist to have been threatened by the White House.
Today, Obama's Press Secretary Jay Carney responded to Nancy Pelosi's comments that the U.S. does not have a spending problem.
I'm getting sick and tired of people asking me why I'm running for president in 2016. The answer is that I have to run. The GOP can't run another big government establishment candidate masquerading as a true conservative. So I'm stepping up to the plate. And I'm going to win, largely because my policies will appeal to young people, libertarians, and Reagan Democrats. But that’s enough of the generalities. Here are the twelve specific changes you can expect when I become your 45th president.
It is neither "racist" nor "sexist"to question U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice's role in the Benghazi scandal. It is, however, almost entirely beside the point.