It's Time for the Public to Scrutinize the IRS Rather Than the Other Way Around
President Obama’s Organizing for Action is an overtly political group with lots of money and the same tax status sought by conservative groups that raised so much concern at the IRS.
Is There Another Elected Obama In Our Future?
Is first lady Michelle Obama being groomed for political office?
Big-Government Advocates Shocked That Business Tries to Profit from Their Decisions
Big-government advocates make decisions that can affect the market and billions of dollars in an instant, but are shocked that people try to profit from those decisions.
The Misplaced Outrage over 501(c)(4)s
Outrage at groups seeking a tax-exempt 501(c)(4) status is misplaced; it’s free speech, not the tax code, that’s under attack.
Trust the IRS With Your Personal Information?
With a large, powerful, intrusive government, your freedom is only as secure as the virtue of whatever mid-level functionary whose path you are so unfortunate as to cross.
Cruz: GOP should champion 'the 47 percent'
"We need to champion those climbing the economic ladder," Cruz said last week during the 25th anniversary celebration of the Institute for Policy Innovation at the Frontiers of Flight Museum. "We should be defenders and champions of the 47 percent."
The Stock Market Isn't Troubled by the Sequester Cuts
If the sequester cuts are hurting the economy, the stock market hasn’t noticed.
Sen. Ted Cruz dismisses talk of presidential run
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz said Thursday that he’s not thinking about running for the White House in 2016. “My focus is entirely on the U.S. Senate,” Cruz said before speaking at the silver anniversary of the Institute for Policy Innovation. “Right now the U.S. Senate is the battlefield for preserving liberty.”
Why Conservatives Underestimated the Sequester Impact
Conservatives should not assume bureaucrats will think or act like private sector business when implementing the sequester cuts.
A Federal Agency Promotes Discrimination By Trying To Fight It
The U.S. Labor Department’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) has been ratcheting up its use of some questionable methods for determining hiring or pay discrimination, amounting to a perpetual witch hunt of manufactured culprits to harass in order to justify their own existence—and budget.
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