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A Brief History Of Waste And Excess From Obama’s Bloated Federal Government THE IRS SPENT TAXPAYER FUNDS ON POLITICAL TARGETING… In March 2010, The Cincinnati IRS Unit Responsible For Overseeing Tax-Exempt Groups Began Targeting Conservative Organizations. “The targeting of conservatives by the IRS started earlier and was more extensive than the IRS acknowledged last week,… Read MoreRead More Here
WASHINGTON – The RNC is demanding answers to unanswered questions about the systematic targeting of conservatives by the IRS in a new video, “Americans Deserve Answers.” “The Obama administration continues to dodge questions and point fingers, but Americans deserve answers to why their First Amendment rights were so egregiously violated,” said RNC Chairman Reince… Read MoreRead More Here
Obama’s Choice Of U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice For National Security Advisor Raises New Questions This Afternoon, Obama Announced His Appointment Of U.N Ambassador Susan Rice To Replace Tom Donilon As National Security Advisor. “Susan Rice will replace Tom Donilon as national security adviser, the White House is expected to announce Wednesday. Rice, currently the U.S.… Read MoreRead More Here
A NEW REVELATION ABOUT THE GSA IS ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF GOVERNMENT WASTE “Senior GSA Officials Pressured Subordinates To Accept Federal Technology Contracts With Higher-Than-Necessary Prices And Unfavorable Terms.” “Senior officials from the General Services Administration pressured subordinates to accept federal technology contracts with higher-than-necessary prices and unfavorable terms, according to a watchdog report released Tuesday.”… Read MoreRead More Here
WASHINGTON – As Republicans work to find a permanent, bipartisan way to help families afford college, President Obama continues to bash House Republicans’ recent efforts to find a responsible way to deal with America’s skyrocketing student loan debt—highlighted in a new video, “Real Solutions on Student Loan Rates.” “Republicans want to find a way to solve the student… Read MoreRead More Here