THIS HAS ALWAYS BEEN MY FAVORITE THING
Of course they still exist. Anybody who knows anything about how the internet and email work could have told you that. Ordinarily, it would be the Justice Department’s responsibility to investigate and prosecute the IRS for evidence tampering and violating the Hatch Act. However, the Obama Justice Department, headed by Eric Holder, has no interest in having the truth revealed about the IRS targeting scandal.
On Wednesday, House Republicans revealed that at least one Internal Revenue Service official believes that it is possible that the agency did not “recycle” all of the hardware and backup tapes on which were stored former IRS executive Lois Lerner’s missing emails. This development may contradict testimony from IRS Commissioner John Koskinen who told members of Congress that none of Lerner’s emails could be recovered.
The claim came from Stephen Manning, an IRS IT official, and Todd Egaas, director of technology operations and investigative services for the tax collection agency. Both testified in the U.S. District Court in Washington D.C. last week about the IRS’s efforts to collect and recover data from Lerner’s hard drive.
According to Washington Post reporter Josh Hicks, both officials’ testimony suggests that Lerner’s emails may still be out there.
An armed doctor was able to stop a psychiatric patient turned gunman at a Pennsylvania hospital today. Unfortunately, he may lose his job because of it.
From My Fox Philly:
A female case worker was killed and two were wounded in a shooting at the Wellness Center on the Mercy Fitzgerald…
The situation in Ukraine is growing more desperate. Even as the outrage over flight MH17 continues to grow, Russian separatists in Ukraine just shot down two more planes, this time military jets.
Two Ukrainian warplanes were shot down Wednesday over rebel-held eastern Ukraine…
I doubt whether anybody is really surprised by this, but now we have proof.
Eleven out of 12 fake applications for government-subsidized health insurance got through a verification process and the bogus beneficiaries are still covered, the Government Accountability Office said…
This morning my dad asked me if I had a couple of minutes to chat. He then proceeded to ask me if the reason I haven’t taken any if my CPA exams yet is because I don’t have the money. Then he told me that he and my mom had planned on helping me cover the $600 review course and each subsequent $200 exam. I didn’t have the heart to tell my dad that I have the money, I’ve just been avoiding giving up my social life for at least the next year. Humbled, all the same.