Last Thursday, Congressman Darrell Issa started a Twitter prairie fire with his call for people to describe #ObamacareInThreeWords . Other gems included "Max Baucus regrets," "A massive failure," "Rammed down throats" and the extremely uncomfortable proof of Godwin's Law , "Arbeit. Macht.
Brandishing flags and handmade signs, Chattanooga Tea Party members gathered Tuesday under the noonday sun in front of local offices for the Internal Revenue Service.
Summoned by Congress, a key figure in the Internal Revenue Service's targeting of conservative groups plans to invoke her constitutional right against self-incrimination and decline to testify at a congressional hearing on Wednesday.
Emerging tools have made an agile approach easier, but there is plenty of work to be done in terms of refining enterprise BI methods.
Republican lawmakers are launching an investigation into claims that the Environmental Protection Agency, while giving preferential treatment to environmental groups, made it harder for conservative groups to obtain government records.
The White House continues to insist that profound incompetence, not partisan malice, led the IRS to single out conservative groups applying for nonprofit status.
The White House is on the defensive as three stories are inundating political news : The Benghazi hearings, the Internal Revenue Service targeting conservative groups and the Department of Justice seizing two months of Associated Press reporters' phone records.
President Barack Obama on Thursday tried to turn the tables on Republicans who have criticized his administration's response to last year's deadly attack in Benghazi, Libya, calling on lawmakers to approve his request to increase funding for diplomatic security.
As John Aravosis notes, ABC's Jonathan Karl issued a strange nopology yesterday for his report on the Benghazi talking point emails: "Clearly, I regret the email was quoted incorrectly and I regret that it's become a distraction from the story, which still entirely stands.
Attorney General Eric Holder reacts to aggressive questioning from Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., on Capitol Hill in Washington May 15, as the House Judiciary Committee focused on oversight of the Justice Department.
Or is it a case that Nancy Pelosi, Barbara Boxer, and Diane Feinstein, as well as others in the Obama Administration and the State of California -- engaged in a coverup.
With Washington engulfed in scandals real and imagined over the Benghazi tragedy, the IRS' handling of applications by political groups for tax exempt status and the Justice Department's seizure of AP phone records, California Congressman Darrell Issa is enjoying his moment in the sun.
Last Thursday, Congressman Darrell Issa started a Twitter prairie fire with his call for people to describe #ObamacareInThreeWords. The White House, never shy to jump into social media, responded with a flurry of tweets, including "It's. The.
But now, with more than 1,000 days left in this second Obama administration, we find a Nixonian stench emerging from the White House.
The IRS scandal continues to engulf the news cycle as critics from the both sides of the aisle express outrage and demand anger.
President Barack Obama will not cooperate in a "partisan fishing expedition" over who knew what and when about revelations that groups seeking tax-exempt status were subject to extra Internal Revenue Service scrutiny.