Jesse Hathaway, Once a year, like clockwork, the day approaches. Catching some by surprise, prepared for in advance by others, we observe the holiday by standing in long lines at the post office, spending sleepless nights of anxiety going over lists, and giving our tributes to others. What holiday is this? No, it’s not Christmas.
Kevin McCarthy, *Co-Authored by Representatives Jason Smith and Rick Allen I’m stumped too. After all, there’s a reason why when people hear the letters “IRS” they get angry, frustrated, scared, or a combination of all three. Our tax code is a modern-day embodiment of Dante’s circles of hell. The federal tax code and accompanying regulations
Cal Thomas, As the tax deadline approaches it’s once again time to consider how the federal government wastes our money. Remember the spending caps that were supposed to keep Congress from overspending? Gone with the wind. How about the promise Republicans made about no more earmarks on spending bills? It disappeared almost as fast as
Reince Priebus Today’s the day Americans send their hard-earned tax dollars into the IRS. But this year, the IRS is going to receive something else: a lawsuit. The Republican National Committee is suing the IRS. Why? Because they’ve failed to provide documents we’ve requested under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). Last May, the RNC