Archive | April, 2014

Rogue IRS in contempt of Congress

Rogue IRS in contempt of Congress

“Internal Revenue Service Commissioner John Koskinen is in contempt of Congress for refusing to turn over e-mails in a timely manner, emails requested by the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee; comments,” Bob McNeil, Texas tax expert and American Citizen Party 2016 Presidential candidate.

Congress is asking for information regarding the IRS handling of applications for tax-exempt status by groups deemed as enemies of the Obama Administration, groups who applied with words like “tea party” or “elections” in their applications. Previously, former Exempt Organizations Director Lois Lerner pled the fifth twice before the congressional committee. Lerner, who is on leave with full pay and benefits, has since refused to testify on two occasions. Confronted with a hostile witness, Congress is asking for Lerner’s emails. Continue Reading →

Should Soldiers Carry Concealed Weapons on Military Bases?

Should Soldiers Carry Concealed Weapons on Military Bases? 

After the shooting at the Fort Hood base in Texas carried out by Army Maj. Nidal Hassan in 2009 and the shooting at the Washington Navy Yard, Congress debated a bill that would have allowed military personnel to carry concealed weapons. Congress rejected this common sense bill. Alan Gottlieb Founder Second Amendment Foundation asserts the obvious, “That had this law been passed, most likely lives would have been saved at Fort Hood this Wednesday.”

Rep. Mike McCaul (R-TX), speaking on Fox News’s “The Kelly File” said, “I personally think, if you’re trained for combat, you ought to be able to carry a weapon,” The shooting left four dead and more than a dozen injured at the Texas military base. Continue Reading →