With the exception of the controversies involving involving Christine O’Donnell and Sarah Palin, witchcraft has not been a persistent problem in this country’s elections. The same cannot be said for Tanzania. Indeed, the problem is so great that the government has released a warning to candidates in the October elections not to engage in witchcraft […]
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Trials not involving witches
Forbes: Bungled IRS Liens, Levies, Audits...But No Targeting, Just Ask Christine O'Donnell, by Robert W. Wood: IRS audits are infrequent, usually impacting only a tiny fraction of the populace. Yet if you are audited multiple times, you might think you were targeted. If you are a Tea Party political candidate...
Was a Tea Party candidate targeted twice by the IRS, and what recourse to taxpayers have when IRS liens and levies are wrong?
The IRS says it was only an accident that for a second time it penalized Delaware Republican Christine O’Donnell by putting an “erroneous levy on her bank accounts.” O’Donnell discovered
SO SHOULD WE DESTROY THE IRS BECAUSE IT’S A POLITICAL THUG AGENCY? OR BECAUSE IT’S FATALLY INCOMPETENT? IRS Says it ‘Mistakenly’ Penalized GOP Candidate Christine O’Donnell For a Second Time. “Although IRS officials removed the levy, they first withdrew all the funds from her account. They said that, too, was in error and the funds […]
Christine O'Donnell, former Senate candidate and current Tea Party activist, claims that the IRS made a mistake on her taxes - twice. The result? A levy, wiping out her bank accounts just before the holidays. Mistake or targeting?
A few years ago, a lady named Christine O’Donnell ran for the Senate in Delaware. She ran an, um, interesting campaign. She lost. One can argue whether or not she was a good candidate. I personally thought she was a poor candidate, ran at best a mediocre campaign, and that a better candidate could have […]
ROSS DOUTHAT: The Wendy Davis Experiment: Notes On An Entirely Foreseeable Debacle. But even that joke is part of the point: The Christine O’Donnell thing really did happen more or less by accident, because she happened to be in the right place at the right time to catch an anti-establishment wave and win a primary […]
This year, in contrast to election cycles featuring characters such as Todd Akin and Christine O’Donnell, the Democrats seem to have the clunkers. It’s a dead heat for the absolute worst episode of the cycle. In Kentucky, there is Democratic Senate nominee Alison Lundergan Grimes refusing again and again to tell us how she voted in […]
In a column for the Washington Times, failed Republican U.S. Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell draws an unflattering comparison between President Barack Obama‘s plan to attack ISIS and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie‘s fitness progress.
On Friday's CBS This Morning, co-host Norah O'Donnell touted Hillary Clinton attending the Women in the World summit alongside International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde: "One of the highlights, their reaction when moderator...Show More Summary
We can learn a surprising amount from Christine O’Donnell’s 2010 election campaign, because the establishment, liberals, and the news media got sloppy.
In what appears to be an effort to staff their paper with outspoken conservative voices that appeal to a Tea Party audience, The Washington Times announced today that former Delaware Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell is being brought...Show More Summary
Sources at The Washington Times tell Fishbowl DC that this week will be a big one for one lucky young journalist at CPAC. If they have the interviewing chops to impress TWT writers and editors, that is. TWT will be holding an “American...Show More Summary
Yesterday’s election showed that even Texans’ appetite for strong candidates does not extend to oddballs who threaten to sue people for truthful statements and seem generally untrustworthy. Like Christine O’Donnell, whom I opposed not for being a witch but because she seemed dishonest, Steve Stockman does not seem like the kind of person who would [...]
Christine O'Donnell, writing in Rupert Murdoch's New York Post, lifts the veil on what she claims was a plot involving the IRS, Democrats, and the Obama administration conspiracy to prevent her from winning the 2010 GOP nomination for U.S. Show More Summary
New York Post op-ed: I Was a Victim of the IRS, by Christine O'Donnell: On March 9, 2010, around 10 a.m., I announced my plans to run for senate representing Delaware. Later that same day, my office received a call from a reporter asking about my taxes. It’s since come...
Christine O'Donnell has alleged in a New York Post commentary that she was victimized by the IRS when she ran for the U.S. Senate four years ago. O'Donnell writes, "On March 9, 2010, around 10 a.m., I announced my plans to run for Senate representing Delaware. Show More Summary