A House Judiciary Committee hearing grew heated on Wednesday during an exchange between California Democratic Rep. Zoe Lofgren and Gail Heriot, an anti-trans activist and member of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. The topic was regulatory...Show More Summary
The House Judiciary Committee got heated when the California congresswoman said she wouldn’t let the transphobic comments go into the record “unchallenged.”
Rep. Zoe Lofgren just couldn’t stomach the bigoted bile being spewed by an expert witness at a House Judiciary Committee hearing this week, and she let her know it. In a discussion of trans accessibility in public bathrooms, University of San Diego law professor Gail Heriot said the Obama administration was overreaching in telling schools... Read more »
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte said Thursday that any overhaul of the criminal justice system has to include a requirement that people who break the law must be aware they’re doing so before they can be found guilt...
Yesterday, Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee Task Force on Executive Overreach came to the defense of transgender students during a Task Force hearing on regulatory overreach. During his opening remarks, Rep. Steve King (R-IA)...Show More Summary
IRS Commissioner John Koskinen told the House Judiciary Committee that they'd have to hold their impeachment hearing without him The post IRS Commissioner John Koskinen Tells Judiciary Committee To DIAF appeared first on RedState.
WELL, HE’S GOT A LOT TO HIDE, AND IF HE LIES TO CONGRESS, PRESIDENT TRUMP MIGHT PROSECUTE HIM: Roll Call: IRS Commissioner Declines to Testify at Impeachment Hearing: House Judiciary Committee will examine alleged “misconduct” over IRS political targeting scandal.
As the House Judiciary Committee moves forward with the first of two hearings examining whether IRS Commissioner John Koskinen should be...
WASHINGTON (AP) — A sympathetic House Judiciary Committee is giving a high-profile forum to a top Republican who wants to impeach IRS Commissioner John Koskinen, a cause that excites conservatives but seems unlikely to go far in Congress...Show More Summary
The House Judiciary Committee holds a hearing today on Examining the Allegations of Misconduct Against IRS Commissioner John Koskinen, Part I: At the hearing, members of the House Judiciary Committee will examine the findings of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee’s investigation of IRS Commissioner Koskinen. The House Oversight...
Internal Revenue Service Commissioner John Koskinen has decided not to present his side of the story during the House Judiciary's Committee's look tomorrow into how he's doing his job. IRS Commissioner John Koskinen has been a regular fixture at Congressional hearings since he took over as head of the tax agency in December 2013. Show More Summary
IRS Chief John Koskinen will not appear before the House Judiciary Committee Tuesday to defend himself against charges that he defied a subpoena from Congress as it investigated the treatment of conservative groups and should be ousted from office. Aides to the embattled tax collector on Monday said he has not had adequate time to prepare […]
Last week, 30 students used a House Judiciary Committee hearing room to hold a debate on mass surveillance in America. (more…)
The House Judiciary Committee, by an 18-6 vote, has given its approval to the Stop Settlement Slush Funds Act of 2016, which would curtail the Department of Justice’s practice of using legal settlements to funnel money to favored groups [Rep. Show More Summary
Forbes: IRS Commissioner's Smidgen Of Impeachment, by Robert W. Wood: The House Judiciary Committee meets May 24, 2016 to consider IRS Commissioner John Koskinen. As Don Corleone said to the Heads of the Five Families, “How did things ever get so far?“ President Obama was less than convincing with his...
“The Senate Judiciary Committee are doing their jobs,” White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest told the press at Wednesday’s briefing on the...
Washington Post, Impeachment Hearings Are Latest Victory in Conservative War on IRS: The House Judiciary Committee’s decision to hold hearings a week from today on whether to impeach IRS Commissioner John Koskinen is a victory for the chamber’s far-right caucus, still smarting over the agency’s treatment of conservative groups. Over...
Jesus. I knew this was happening, but I guess I didn't really know it was happening: The House Judiciary Committee’s decision to hold hearings a week from today on whether to impeach IRS Commissioner John Koskinen is a victory for the...Show More Summary
The House Judiciary Committee’s decision to hold hearings a week from today on whether to impeach IRS Commissioner John Koskinen is a victory for the chamber’s far-right caucus, still smarting over the agency’s treatment of conservative groups. Show More Summary
It looks like Internal Revenue Service Commissioner John Koskinen is not going to have a good summer. IRS John Koskinen testifying before one of many previous Congressional hearings he's attended during his tenure. The House Judiciary...Show More Summary