American Center for Law and Justice

9 Tea Parties Still In Tax-Exempt Status Limbo

Michael D. Pitman, Hamilton Journal News

Nine Tea Party organizations, including the Liberty Twp. (Ohio) group, are still awaiting a response from the IRS, according to Gene Kapp, a spokesman for the American Center for Law and Justice.

Today Is Your Last Chance To Rein-In The IRS

Proposed IRS regulations will effectively codify into law the heretofore illegal practices that the agency used to target conservatives If those regulations pass, non-profit organizations across the country will be destroyed. Click this link to submit your comment.

The Enforcement Arm of the Democratic Party

Yesterday's testimony about the past abuses of taxpayers by the IRS was compelling, but the two most important takeaways for limited government constitutional conservatives were that the abuse is still going on and Obama and his Democratic allies in Congress and the bureaucracy are trying to institutionalize it. Click here to submit your comment to the government opposing Obama's attempt to deprive conservatives of their First Amendment rights.

Tea Party Lawyer: IRS Investigation Never 'Got Off the Ground'

Wanda Carruthers, NewsMax

The DOJ's investigation into the targeting of conservative tea party groups isn't in earnest. "It took eight months before we had the first contact by an FBI agent.

Investigation Into IRS Scandal is a Joke

Patrick Howley, Daily Caller

Though the FBI and IRS launched investigations more than half a year ago into the targeting of conservatives, and the DOJ vowed to cooperate, none has contacted any of the 41 groups to figure out what happened.

Did O Draw IRS-TeaParty Target Map?

Fred Lucas, The Blaze

“The president of the United States gave the IRS a road map to investigate the tea party in the United States,” said David French, senior counsel to the conservative American Center for Law and Justice.

IRS Hasn't Contacted Scandal Victims

Patrick Howley, Daily Caller

It's been 4 months, but IRS targeting scandal investigators still haven't contacted any of the 40+ victimized conservative groups represented in the American Center for Law and Justice lawsuit.

Tea Party Lawsuit Against The IRS Expands To 41 Plaintiffs

A lawsuit brought by the American Center for Law and Justice against the IRS for selected political screening of nonprofits added 16 new plaintiffs Tuesday, bringing the total to 41 conservative and tea party groups seeking to sue the federal government, Jay Sekulow, chief counsel of the ACLJ, has announced.