Lois Lerner IRS targeting of conservatives

FLASH: 58 Organizations Join Fight To Stop California AG Kamala Harris's Illegal, Extortionate Privacy Violations

American Target Advertising (ATA), the agency of conservative strategist and fundraising pioneer Richard A. Viguerie, along with 57 nonprofit and other organizations today filed a friend-of-the court brief asking the Supreme Court to hear the case Center for Competitive Politics v. Kamala Harris, Attorney General of California. The brief describes the extensive collaboration between disgraced former IRS official Lois Lerner and the National Association of State Charity Officials (NASCO) whose members oversee nonprofit fundraising. 

Ron DeSantis – The Conservative Choice For U.S. Senate In Florida

Rep. Ron DeSantis is an unapologetic advocate of American exceptionalism and growth-oriented economic policies. We think the times call for a Florida Senator with Ron DeSantis unique skill set; the experience in national security that DeSantis gained serving as a JAG officer at Guantanamo Bay and as chairman of the Oversight Committee’s National Security subcommittee and the toughness that he has displayed as a prosecutor in the Navy JAG Corps and on the House Oversight & Government Reform Committee investigating Benghazi and the Lois Lerner cover-up.

IRS Tea Party-Targeting Scandal Continues

Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch for NewsMax

If the tea party and other conservative groups had been fully active in the critical months leading up to the 2012 election, would Mitt Romney be president today? The public will, of course, never know for certain. Thanks to Judicial Watch, however, the American people do now know the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) targeted right-leaning organizations applying for tax-exempt status and prevented them from having their voice heard during that period.

How Lois Lerner Got a Pass

The Wall Street Journal

If Americans know anything about the IRS it’s that it accepts no excuses, and so they trudged wearily on Wednesday to pay their taxes. That’s in notable contrast to the free passes that keep flowing to the tax agency’s most famous former employee, Lois Lerner.