What should conservatives do next about the Orwellian intimidation of political opponents using the IRS? Here is a partial action plan.
Lawyers for targeted tea party groups are hurling marshmallows at one of the most shocking abuses of power in our nation’s entire history. Conservative groups and their lawyers are only stating the obvious in bland, vanilla talking points.
What we are missing with many Obama scandals is a Larry Klayman, the former head of Judicial Watch. How is it that other lawyers have learned nothing from Klayman’s example of prying stunning revelation after revelation out of the Clinton Administration? They only have to copy Klayman’s game plan. Klayman was so powerful that “The West Wing” series created a character based on him. Whereas James O’Keefe has inspired an army of imitators in video exposés, there is still only one overworked Larry Klayman. A “lawsuit” is not a dress which a made-for-TV lawyer buys at Nordstrom’s before going before the cameras.
The rampant corruption of the Obama Administration over the IRS scandal for targeting conservatives for their political beliefs is there to be exploited. Richard Nixon’s use of the IRS to target political enemies was one of the Articles of Impeachment drawn up to prosecute Nixon before the U.S. Congress. Faced with those and other charges, Nixon resigned instead of trying to defend his actions. How could we possibly fail today?
Family Security Matters
by LAWRENCE SELLIN, PHD
News Flash – Republicans and Democrats do not work for the American people.
For the most part, the US government is a racket, a service that is fraudulently offered to solve a problem that may not exist, would not be affected if it did exist, or only exists due to the actions of government itself.
American politicians exploit the racket to run a swindle, taking money or property from someone by using lies or tricks.
Proposed rules seek to curb the free speech of Obama’s political opponents.
By L. Brent Bozell III
The Internal Revenue Service was already an organization rightly looked on with scorn and fear by most Americans, heightened by the recent arrival of our W-2 forms. Since the early years of our country, when Chief Justice John Marshall in the Supreme Court’s landmark case McCulloch v. Maryland wrote that “the power to tax involves the power to destroy,” countless Americans have felt the heavy hand of the IRS.
Then came Barack Obama. Today, the IRS not only has dramatically expanded its scope and power but, populated by President Obama’s army of bureaucratic thugs, has also been waging a war of suppression and censorship on law-abiding Americans who dare challenge him.