George Will: Stopping the IRS

 WASHINGTON — Rep. Peter Roskam is now chairman of the Ways and Means subcommittee whose jurisdiction includes oversight of the Internal Revenue Service, and hence of Lois Lerner’s legacy. He knows how interesting her career was before she, as head of the IRS exempt-organizations division, directed the suppression of conservative advocacy groups by delaying and […] Continue reading →

Watchdog stories spark Colorado bill to stop liquor, casino, welfare abuse

Arthur Kane,  This article originally appeared on watchdog.org. After a series of Watchdog.org stories exposing potential welfare waste, state representatives introduced a bill Wednesday designed to stop or at least decrease the amount of tax money welfare recipients withdraw at state and federally prohibited locations like liquor stories, casinos and strip bars. The bipartisan bill […] Continue reading →

Oh my: State Department forced out ambassador in 2012 partly for … using private e-mail for official business

Allahpundit,  A nifty catch by Cuffy Meigs, amplified by Mark Hemingway at the Weekly Standard. Piss-poor security practices weren’t the only reason Scott Gration got dumped as ambassador to Nairobi — the list of grievances in the executive summary of State’s 2012 report on the embassy is long — but that’s beside the point. Hillary’s […] Continue reading →

Palmetto Republicans favor Walker, Bush

 South Carolina Republicans give further evidence that the campaign for the 2016 GOP nomination for president is stabilized into a horse race between the governor of Wisconsin and former Florida governor John E. “Jeb” Bush, according the Feb. 24-25 Townhall/Gravis poll of 792 Republican voters. With Bush at 19 percent and Badger State Gov. Scott […] Continue reading →