The IRS stonewalls a judge


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Working for the Democratic Party: Required by a judge to explain in detail in 30 days the destruction of its emails, the IRS has instead provided nothing more than shallow platitudes.

The author of the article above is very confident that, based on his past history, the judge will come down very hard on the IRS for its stonewalling. I pray that he is right.

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  • t-dub

    As long as the IRS uses people to do its dirty work it will always be used as a political weapon by people in power against their “enemies”. A computer at the point of sale charging a federal consumption tax will not have this problem. No loopholes for the rich either. Of course certain things like food will have to be exempted for obvious reasons.

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