Lois Lerner, the feckless, math-challenged IRS supervisor who took the Fifth before Congress yesterday, may have blown it by giving a long disclaimer first
Issa: Lerner Waived Fifth Amendment Right
Did Lois Lerner waive her right to invoke the Fifth Amendment?
Expert: Lois Lerner Didn’t Waive Her Right to Plead the Fifth
The consensus is in: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-line/wp/2013/05/22/lois-lerner-has-to-go/
Lois Lerner has to go
She Has To Go
It's Time For IRS Official Lois Lerner To Resign
Yes, heads should roll at the IRS
Rush Limbaugh takes the high road
"I'm Telling You, I Can See Her With Whips And Chains"
Obama admin will finally explain what we've been doing in counterterrorism
Obama Administration Admits to Killing Americans in Drone Strikes Everyone Already Knows About
“At the Highest Levels of the U.S. Government”
Deaths of Those Not Targeted Left Unexplained
On Thursday, President Obama will be giving a major address on counterterrorism policy. Here are three major questions Obama needs to adequately address . . .
Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke tells Congress to quit screwing around
Harry Reid jacks up the rhetoric on filibuster reform. Is he really going to do something this time?
Harry Reid escalates 'nuclear' threat
Mitch McConnell's got a meme, and he's riding it as hard as he can
“These continued threats to use the nuclear option point to the majority’s own culture of intimidation here in the Senate,” McConnell said, making a case that Republicans are using the filibuster responsibly. “Their view is that you had better confirm the people we want, when we want them, or we’ll break the rules of the Senate to change the rules so you can’t stop us. So much for respecting the rights of the minority.”
McConnell’s public indignation suggests that he takes Reid’s threats seriously. . . .
E.W. Jackson seems to have mastered the art of saying things that most people would decry as an outrage if a white person said it
The Republican nominee for lieutenant governor in Virginia has called the Constitution’s original clause to count blacks as three-fifths of a person an “anti-slavery amendment.” . . . [read on]
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