A federal watchdog's upcoming report says senior Internal Revenue Service officials knew agents were targeting tea party groups in 2011.
The disclosure contradicts public statements by former IRS Commissioner Douglas Shulman, who repeatedly assured Congress that conservative groups were not targeted.And the left mocks conservatives for buying guns as insurance against eventual government tyranny or anarchy. How are the IRS' tactics any different from what Chavez did in Venezuela? Oh, I forgot, he was BFFs with the likes of Sean Penn and Danny Glover, so he couldn't have done anything wrong either.
Hopefully Mr. Shulman can find himself on trial for perjury, since he denied any of this in March 2012.
What You Should Be Reading
Walter Russell Mead looks at the future of work and paints a scary picture. I actually agree with his conclusions. Mead is a great writer and thinker in general, I read and listened to a number of his lectures in a strategic planning class I took last year and always found his work insightful.
W.C. Varones explains why San Diego County Taxpayers Association is not to be trusted through the example of the Poway "borrow $100 million - pay back $1 billion bonds."
Mark Steyn, with his usual bite, sums up the utter depravity of Hillary Clinton's response to Behghazi. Many conservatives believe that she would have been a less awful President than Obama. I just think it would have been a different kind of awful.