The biggest dark money group, launched by Republican strategist Karl Rove, shows in its tax filing that it got one donation of nearly $23 million and another of $18 million. (Donors names not included.)
ANGA gave $1 million in funding to "Truthland," a pro-fracking film released to fend off Josh Fox's "Gasland: Part II."
Main Gov. Paul LePage (R) this week called for a tax cut for the wealthy, citing a false claim that the number of millionaires had dropped by 80 percent in the state in the last 25 years.
Fox News host Brian Kilmeade may be the last person anyone expected to make the case for President Barack Obama's health care reform law -- but that's exactly what he did on Tuesday.
Lawrence O'Donnell may not have had much luck with his petition to get the White House to do something about the IRS not following the statute on these 501c4 groups and their tax-exempt status when they're clearly nothing more than political organizations, so here's hoping that Rep. Chris Van Hollen gets some better results with the courts.
This latest revelation that the IRS singled out progressive groups ought to put an end to the conservatives continuing to prop up this fake "scandal" but I'm not holding my breath that facts will matter to them any time soon.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R) asserted last week that President Barack Obama "hates white people," two state lawmakers who were attending his Aug. 12 speech at a Maine Republican Party fundraiser have said.
Fox News Sunday's Chris Wallace continued with the IRS scandal mongering when he badgered Treasury Secretary Jack Lew about the latest twist and turn in their manufactured controversy.
House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-CA) was told by his own witnesses on Thursday that there was no political motivation behind the scrutiny of tea party groups applying for tax exempt status.
Never mind that this drummed up IRS fake "scandal" should have been put to rest a while ago, the talking heads over at Fox continue to prove they're not going to let a few facts get in the way of their scandal-mongering. This Monday, it was former Nixon aide Monica Crowley's turn.