Here are five takeaways ProPublica found from the documents released Wednesday by a House committee.
The outrage machine grinds on, this time over the release of emails proving the IRS was doing exactly what they should have been.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid spent some time on the Senate floor explaining why the Kochs are bad for the country.
Despite Jenny Beth Martin's martyrdom tour, facts prove that she and her friends created the IRS scandal in order to reignite wilting grassroots supporters.
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.
Those groups whining about their c4 status and the IRS should watch what they say, because it turns out they're not so grass-rootsy after all.
For those of you who have been following my series on how non-profits are abused to finance right wing agendas, campaigns and elections, this is a good sign. Mother Jones reports that former IRS director Marcus Owens has called for a bright-light
On this Tuesday's Hardball, Chris Matthews spoke to The Huffington Post's Dan Froomkin and National Memo's Joe Conason about Karl Rove's group, Crossroads GPS and their potential violations of FEC rules and their more obvious violations of the stricter IRS rules on how anyone claiming 501(c)(4) privileged tax status is allowed to spend their money.
Uh, oh. Those anonymous donors to 501(c)(4) organizations might have a bit of a problem. According to a memo published by a Los Angeles law firm, the IRS is broadening scrutiny of tax-exempt organizations to those exempt under 501(c)(4), (5) and