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How do I report police misconduct? | Flex Your Rights

Here is something I consider a citizens guide to protect yourself from the wrath of Police Brutality in this nation. I found this searching brutality cases and wanted to share it to those who don’t think they have any rights against Police Brutality! 525 more words


#IRS: IT professionals skeptical of Lerner email loss story

And I say “skeptical” because, I’m sure, the real language the head of the International Association of Information Technology Asset Managers used was not repeatable in polite company. 173 more words


Speaker's Boehner's meaningless, craven lawsuit

Pathetic. Speaker John Boehner announced plans for the House to sue President Obama in court to force him to do his job and enforce the laws. 675 more words


IRS scandal: forget the special counsel. Instead, impeach.

The growing frustration with the various scandals of the Obama administration have lead to repeated calls from the Opposition for special prosecutors to investigate and, if warranted, to criminally prosecute violators, most recently in the IRS scandal. 1,066 more words


#IRS had an external email archiving service from 2005 to 2011

Well, la-dee-da. Isn’t this interesting?

The agency said that emails stored on dead drives were lost forever because its email backup tapes were recycled every six months, and employees were responsible for keeping their own long-term archives.

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Sure it's a coincidence: Lerner's PC "crashed" 10 days after congressional inquiry

And if you believe that was an accident, have I got a bridge for you:

As to Ms. Lerner’s behavior, consider that House Ways & Means Chairman Dave Camp first sent a letter asking if the IRS was engaged in targeting in June, 2011.

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Paul Ryan to #IRS commissioner: "No one trusts you."

Well, gee after over a year of revelations about government harassment of conservative groups applying for non-profit status, and after recent claims that convenient computer crashes wiped out emails demanded by investigating congressional committees, what reasonable person wouldn’t trust the IRS? 563 more words