Just a month ago the IRS said they could read emails of private citizens without a warrant. Given the more recent illegal activities of the IRS against various organizations, it is logical that they would have been (and perhaps still are) sharing these emails with their political “friends.” I’d love to see an investigative reporter dig deeper into that.
[To Joseph Farah, in response to the column "Love letter to America's pastors":] At the risk of sounding trite, Amen, Brother!
Dear Mr. Farah: I couldn’t agree with you more ["Love letter to America's pastors"].
Today, I too shall seek God’s forgiveness. I too shall be repenting and again being faithful to the Word. I shall not turn God’s people away from the paths of righteousness.
Pastor Tom Brown
There are 50 states but two nations – America and Amerika. The capital of Amerika is Washington, D.C., once swamp land, now a cesspool. It is presided over by a cunning, evil and vindictive man named Barack Hussein Obama, titular head of a cabal to overthrow the real America and institutionalize tyranny. Like a mob boss, Obama takes deep personal offense at valid criticism or legitimate challenge and will ignore law and the Constitution to silence his opponents, real or imagined.
In America, no person in government, including the president, is above the law. The press is the Fourth Estate, the people’s independent watchdog o ... continue reading »
Hint to political aspirants: Political candidates for president on down who promise to abolish the IRS and scrap the income tax, replacing it with a fixed national sales tax with rebates for low-income claimants, will win in a landslide.
Doesn’t the Associated Press phone records scandal destroy the myth regarding the mainstream media bias toward Obama and all liberals? If the mainstream media intentionally treat Obama favorably, then why would the Obama administration be concerned with the phone records of the Associated Press?
The IRS commissioner that was targeting conservative groups like the tea party mob was appointed by George W. Bush in 2008; his name is Douglas Shulman.
The accusations directed at Hillary Clinton and President Obama regarding the Benghazi tragedy are baseless and without merit. Republican spending cuts to security at our overse ... continue reading »