NYT Cheers Friendly Neighborhood IRS; Frets Over Conservative Violence
More liberal turnabout in the New York Times, as economics editor Deborah B. Solomon appeared in Wednesday’s Business section to defend yet another government agency from conservative “conspiracy theories,” this time the intrusive Internal Revenue Service: “I.R.S. to Conduct Security Review Amid Threats Agency and Staff.”
Why Does Our Government Need So Many Guns?
“Astanding military force, with an overgrown Executive will not long be safe companions to liberty.”—James Madison. Conspiracy theories sometimes have at least a thread of truth in them, which is what makes them valid to some on the far right. One of those theories is that the federal government is not on their side. Concern has been raised in conservative circles about the hiring of…
Big Brother Flunkies: Leftist Publications Whore Themselves Out to IRS
Leave it to the clowns at The Washington Post, Politico and The New York Times to make the tyrannical Internal Revenue Service seem like a victim of those darn congressional Republicans.
Don't Like 87,000 New IRS Agents? Chuck Todd Says Pay Your Taxes!
It's a common response you hear from supporters of big government tyranny when someone complains: “if you don’t break the law, you don’t have to worry.” On Sunday’s NBC’s Meet the Press, instead of speaking truth to power he decided to defend it and tell people that if they pay their taxes and don't cheat, they don’t have to worry about the 87,000 new armed IRS agents the Biden…
NYT Mocks ‘Right-Wing Fury at I.R.S. Overhaul,’ ‘Conspiracy Theories'
The New York Times’ Alan Rappeport and Tiffany Hsu devoted 1,500 words to dismissing conservative concerns over potential IRS overreach, after news the agency is hiring 87,000 new agents, at least some of whom will carry firearms: “More Money for I.R.S. Spurs Conspiracy Theories of ‘Shadow Army.’” Typically, conservative concerns and predictions were dismissed by the paper as “…
Michael Steele Talks Up Grassley's 'Infection' with Objections to IRS
On Friday's Deadline: White House, MSNBC analyst (and long-ago chairman of the Republican National Committee) Michael Steele dramatically warned that Sen. Chuck Grassley demonstrated the Republican "infection" when he objected to a much more aggressive Internal Revenue Service marching out to audit small businesses.
Facebook Strikes Heritage for Post About IRS ‘Deadly Force’ Job
A post that dared to accurately point out that an Internal Revenue Service job posting required a willingness to use “deadly force” apparently triggered Facebook’s leftist fact-checking partners.
Ruhle Invites Dem Congresswoman To Fact Check New IRS Agents Claim
MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle illustrated some bizarre fact checking standards on Friday’s edition of The 11th Hour. She argued that President Biden is fighting inflation simply because Democrats just passed something called the Inflation Reduction Act while also thinking a Democratic politician is a credible source to fact check GOP claims about the IRA’s provision that will lead to 87,000…
WATCH: Doocy Battles Jean-Pierre Over Trump Raid on Mar-a-Lago
With President Biden having spent Monday in flood-stricken Kentucky and departing Wednesday for vacation in South Carolina, Tuesday marked perhaps the week's only White House briefing, so reporters got in their takes about the FBI raid of former President Trump's Florida home. Of course, Fox's Peter Doocy did battle with Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on the raid and whether…
Despite 'No Evidence,' MSNBC Pushes Trump Ordered Audits Out of Office
On Wednesday, The New York Times via Washington correspondent Michael Schmidt published a fairly weak article suggesting former President Trump had ordered the IRS to conduct audits of former FBI Director James Comey and Deputy Director Andrew McCabe. Despite the blatant inconstancies and admitting there’s “no evidence,” the liberal media’s ‘it rings true’ barometer carried the day on…
Biden Disinfo Board, One of Eight Gov't Tech Operations Ripe for Abuse
The Orwellian Disinformation Governance Board, also called the Biden administration’s “Ministry of Truth,” is just the latest in a list of eight times that government has wielded tech to target Americans invasively.
Bezos-Owned WashPost Whines IRS ‘Needs More Money’ Day Before Tax Day
The newspaper owned by the second richest man in the world actually claimed that the Internal Revenue Service needs— wait for it — more money. The Washington Post Editorial Board published an extraordinarily tone-deaf piece the day before Tax Day 2022 headlined, “The IRS urgently needs more money and staff.”
New York Times Whines GOP ‘Want to Further Gut the IRS,' Cripple ATF
The New York Times again reliably rides to the defense of overbearing federal government agencies. Reporter Glenn Thrush on Saturday defended the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms in “A.T.F., Agency Crucial to Biden’s Gun Plan, Struggles to Push for Reform.” He picked on the bureau’s acting director for being civil at a gun industry convention. Another sob story about an…