IRS targeted conservatives

FBI Probe of IRS Targeting of TeaParty: 7 Months Late

Stephen Dinan, Washington Times

The FBI finally has begun to contact some of the tea party groups targeted by the IRS for inappropriate scrutiny, seven months after the investigation was supposed to have begun.

TeaPartiers Push Back On IRS Rule Changes

Seth McLaughlin, The Washington Times

Tea party groups are rallying their troops for a fight over the new rules the IRS is carving out on how to regulate tax-exempt groups that participate in political activities.

Obama Dismisses IRS Targeting of Conservatives

Brendan Bordelon, Daily Caller

Obama rejected the notion that the IRS’ targeting of Tea Party groups was illegal — or even improper — during his interview with Chris Matthews. He said, "They’ve got a list, and suddenly everybody’s outraged."

O's Crackdown on Nonprofits Rife w/ Loopholes

Byron Tau and Lauren French, Politico

The Obama administration proposed new rules supposedly aimed at making it harder for some nonprofits that play politics to get away with claiming a tax exemption.

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-White House Shared Taxpayer Info

Patrick Howley, Daily Caller

Embattled IRS official Sarah Hall Ingram made 155 visits to the White House to meet with a top Obama official with whom she exchanged confidential taxpayer information over email.