WASHINGTON (AP) — An Internal Revenue Service supervisor in Washington says she was personally involved in scrutinizing some of the earliest applications from tea party groups seeking tax-exempt status, including some requests that languished for more than a year without action.
Two Internal Revenue Service agents working in the agency’s Cincinnati office say higher-ups in Washington directed the targeting of conservative political groups when they applied for tax-exempt status, a contention that directly contradicts claims made by the agency since the scandal erupted last month.
Confused by last night's bombshell white flag of defeat by the Obama administration which delayed the implementation of the employer mandate, aka the "shared-responsibility rules" by one year until 2015 derailing the public education campaign that the rollout of Obamacare was set to take place in October? Then the following list of 6 questions and answers from Politico analyzing the ins and out of the decision is for you.
By Lambert Strether of Corrente.
Yesterday, we answered the first three of six questions:
How Many Lives Will ObamaCare Save?
What is the Actuarial Quality of the ObamaCare “Pool”?
Will People Be Satisfied with Their Plans Once They Use Them?
Today, we’ll look at three more:
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Details of a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration program that feeds tips to federal agents and then instructs them to alter the investigative trail were published in a manual used by agents of the Internal Revenue Service for two years.
Obamacare employer mandate delayed. Employers who have been puzzling over how to hide that 50th employee to avoid the expensive Affordable Care Act employee coverage mandate have a one-year reprieve. The news came in a Treasury blog post hilariously titled “
Obamacare is bad enough in and of itself. An immigration bill in the Senate is about to compound the problem.
Brietbart reports Senate Bill Incentivizes Employers To Fire Americans and Hire Amnestied Immigrants.