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How the IRS could deny something that seems plainly true.
In his handling of multiple national security-related uproars, the president's biggest sin is being aloof and disengaged.
Fewer groups sought recognition as 501(c)(4) social welfare organizations that year than in 2009, according to the Treasury Department.
The president's flurry of activity includes a challenge to the GOP on embassy security.
There is clear evidence that he has broken the law on multiple occasions. And not even Republicans seem to care.
Evaluate tax-exempt groups based on behavior rather than speculation, and compensate them for compliance costs.
Congressional investigators are pointing fingers in the wrong direction if they want to save more U.S. lives.
The tea-party movement he helped foster won't fall in line behind his efforts to push an alternative conservative agenda.
The majority of Republicans wanted to impeach Obama before the latest scandals. High partisanship and a low legal threshold are a recipe for self-destruction.
Today, the Armed Services Committee will hear more about proposed changes to the key law authorizing the never-ending conflict.
The numbers suggest that Christie could be the GOP's best candidate in a general election.
Step one, name a Republican--preferably a prominent one--to head the agency.
Regimes around the world are under pressure to deliver more and cost less. Here's a plan for how to actually make that work.
The alleged scandal didn't matter in Election 2012, and it is very unlikely to matter in Election 2016 either.
That was February 18, 2010. A week later, the agency's scrutiny of the Tea Party began. Here's what happened leading up to the two events.
Documents released so far indicate that heightened IRS scrutiny of Tea Party groups began on Feb. 25, 2010. This is what happened right before that.
53 percent of U.S. adults now favor marriage equality.
The former Obama Administration official lays it out in four parts, but is perhaps too deferential to have any impact.
Even if it were possible to select newcomers by intelligence it wouldn't be wise or just.
It's not just Benghazi. By tying herself closely to Obama, she'll have trouble distancing herself if his political standing worsens.