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 30-second spot focuses on the credit union mission, how credit unions are rooted in their communities and why credit unions are tax-exempt -- and must stay that way.
Despite the fact that the IRS fake scandal has been debunked and recent revelations that the IRS was also targeting progressive groups, Fox's Cavuto and Erickson continued playing the victim card for these so-called "tea party" groups.
After the final nail in the coffin that should be putting this IRS fake scandal to rest, where we found out that the Internal Revenue Service’s screening of groups seeking tax exempt status also targeted those with names that included “Israel,” ”Progressive” and “Occupy," MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell had a suggestion to fix this matter once and for all.
If anyone wasn't sure what excuses they were going to come up with on Fox to keep beating the IRS scandal drums over these tea partiers and their tax exempt status that they shouldn't be qualifying for in the first place, here's your latest example.
Someone needs to ask Sen. Chuck Schumer to watch a few of Lawrence O'Donnell's recent segments on this so-called IRS "scandal" regarding the tax exempt status of these "social welfare" groups that are really just political organizations that want to hide their donor list.
Morning Joe panelist John Heilemann laid into RNC Chairman Reince Priebus for his fact-free claim that President Obama is somehow directly involved in this trumped up IRS "scandal."
ABC's Jonathan Karl and his part in helping to feed the scandal-mongering over Benghazi wasn't the only recent Republican drummed up outrage Stephen Colbert decided to take on during this Monday's show. After his "Mazda-Scandal Booth" on Benghazi, Colbert took his next turn in the booth on the IRS, grasping "wildly at any accusation that floats past."
MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell reminds politicians of the real IRS scandal and hopes one of them will ask about it during this Friday's hearings.
Yes, if there's a tax loophole, Mitt Romney has found it and it using it. During the Clinton administration, Congress cracked down on a favorite tax shelter of the rich and powerful, but allowed those who already had them established to keep
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