WASHINGTON – Today, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) announced that they have agreed to settle the lawsuit brought by the Portage County TEA Party and 35 other TEA Party and conservative groups for the targeting of TEA Party Groups during the Obama Administration. In the settlement the IRS acknowledges that its treatment of the TEA Party groups was wrong, details how it has installed procedures to assure that such targeting never happens to any other Americans ever again, assured the TEA Party groups that they would not be subject to any future scrutiny by the IRS, and expressed “its sincere apology” for the way it had treated the groups. Continue reading
Washington, D.C. – Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) released the following statement on House Oversight Chairman, Trey Gowdy (R-SC), and House Judiciary Chairman, Bob Goodlatte (R-VA), opening a joint investigation of the Obama Justice Department’s handling of the investigation into former Democrat presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton: Continue reading
(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton made the following statement regarding the Department of Justice’s decision not to bring charges against Lois Lerner, former director of the Exempt Organizations Unit of the IRS, whose own emails place her at the heart of the politicization of the IRS for the targeting of conservative groups:
I have zero confidence that the Justice Department did an adequate review of the IRS scandal. In fact, we’re still fighting the Justice Department and the IRS for records about this very scandal. Today’s decision comes as no surprise considering that the FBI collaborated with the IRS and is unlikely to investigate or prosecute itself. President Trump should order a complete review of the whole issue. Meanwhile, we await accountability for IRS Commissioner Koskinen, who still serves and should be drummed out of office.
Chicago, Illinois, August 14, 2017
On Saturday President Trump at a press conference stated unequivocally that “We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry, and violence on many sides,” His emphasis on many sides was on target, because the instigators of anarchy and violence in the public domain have been Left-leaning protesters in recent combative and violent events. The Leftist protestors assembled unlawfully under the guise of equality and call anything that does not agree with their narrative hate speech. Which they deem unacceptable and threatening to the helpless while trying to legitimatize their lawless actions. Continue reading
WASHINGTON — A group of conservative black pastors and intellectual leaders on Monday defended President Donald Trump amid criticism of his initial response to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, last weekend.
While some, like Charlottesville Mayor Mike Signer, have claimed that there is a “direct line” between the events in Charlottesville and the choices Trump made in his 2016 presidential campaign, conservative African-American clergy members, scholars and political activists decried such an argument in a Monday press conference at the National Press Club. CONTINUE READING on Christian Post..
Thank you President Trump.
For decades, the liberal left media and Socialist / Communist Democrat party have attacked every Republican in office. Sadly, the Republicans response to these continued attacks has been to cower, hide, and capitulate to whatever the Liberals and Democrats want.
President Trump is the first Republican to fight back. He’s the first Republican to tell the leftist, fake Media and the Socialist / Communist Democrat to go pound sand.
Thank You President Trump. We support you.
I just received this from our friend Rep John Becker.
Welcome to the OHIO 2018 Senate Straw Poll and Sentiment Survey.
This quick exercise focuses on two areas:
● CANDIDATE: Your Republican candidate preference for Senate in 2018 to challenge incumbent Democrat Sherrod Brown.
● ISSUES: Which issue areas and voter sentiment statements you believe will engage and excite Senate voters come 2018. Continue reading