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VoteStand: The App You Must Have On Your Smartphone Today

VoteStand, from Catherine Englebrecht and True the Vote, is America’s first online election fraud reporting app. VoteStand provides you the online tools and support you need to quickly report suspected election illegalities as they happen.

IRS Wins Round 1 Over Lost Tea Party Emails

Rachel Bade, Politico

The IRS won what might be Round 1 in a series of contests pitting tea party groups against the agency, with a federal judge rejecting a conservative group’s bid for a court-appointed forensics expert to hunt for ex-official Lois Lerner’s lost emails.

True the Vote Alleges "Stunning Evidence of Election Subversion," Restraining Order Filed!

True The Vote says it possesses dozens of signed affidavits “containing stunning evidence of election subversion,” including the “destruction of voters’ absentee ballot applications and mandatory envelopes” and “illegal alteration of poll books.” Now they are headed to federal court with their evidence of vote fraud in the Mississippi Republican Senate runoff.

Conservative Groups Take IRS to Court

Bernie Becker, The Hill

Two conservative organizations – Judicial Watch and True the Vote – won hearings over the missing emails of Lois Lerner, shifting the center of action on the IRS investigation this week from the Capitol to a federal district courthouse.

Independence 'Born' with Lawsuit vs. Bureaucrats

Mark J. Fitzgibbons, American Thinker

Private lawsuits against the IRS and some law-breaking officials, however, are having positive effect, and are certainly doing more than the Department of Justice to hold the government accountable.

Tea Party Org Files Suit on McDaniel's Behalf

Greg Campbell, Tea Party News Network

Conservative fair election advocacy group True the Vote filed suit in fed. court against MS Sect. of State Delbert Hosemann & the MS GOP alleging that the votes from the 6/24 election are suspicious and requesting an injunction in order to investigate the improprieties that led to the Cochran victory.

We Love Rand Paul, But… UPDATED With Statement from Senator Paul's Office

UPDATED ARTICLE: We said Senator Rand Paul missed the boat when he made comments in opposition to voter ID laws because those laws are "offending people," now his office has sent us a clarification putting his remarks in the full context that The New York Times left out. 

Top Dem. on Comm. Investigating IRS Scandal May Have Been Involved in Targeting of Conservatives

Becket Adams, The Blaze

“Partisan politics and the weaponization of gov't against opponents of this admin. is real and continues,” True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht said. “Cummings has blocked the IRS abuse investigation all along.

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.

IRS Is Three Years Late

Stephen Dinan, Washington Times

The IRS has agreed to grant tax-exempt status to True the Vote, one of the conservative groups that had been a victim in the targeting scandal, ending a 3-year wait for charitable-group status.

How to Properly Investigate the IRS

James Freeman, WSJ

Attorney Cleta Mitchell’s road map for identifying the culprits doesn't stop in Cincinnati.