Why Is the IRS Regulating Speech In the First Place? - David Harsanyi
There is no better time to push for tax - and IRS - reform than now.
In Praise of Paranoia - Charles C. W. Cooke
Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they aren't after you
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Political abuse of the IRS threatens the basic integrity of our government.
Political Low-Lifes in the Spotlight - Michelle Malkin
A brief history of slimy Democrat snoops and dumpster-divers.
The Heretic At Heritage - Pat Buchanan
It seems facts are not such stubborn things when confronted by politicians.
Gosnell Is Not an Aberration - National Review
The logical endpoint to our confused national approach to abortion.
A Brief History of IRS Political Targeting - James Brovard
We may have seen only the tip of the iceberg in the current scandal.
Honest Examination of Race - Walter Williams
Our most violent cities keep choosing leaders from the same groups.
The IRS Wants You - The Wall Street Journal
The subpoenas need to fly as thick as those IRS questionnaires.
Live Free or Move - John Stossel
Americans go where they can prosper: available work and low taxes.
College Bubble Bursts After Decades of Extravagance - Michael Barone
Markets work. But sometimes they take time.
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