‘The bias in these messages is striking’
‘They can say that this was a bad faith loss of records, it was actually destruction, it was actually intentional’
This bill offers $1 mil for the return of Lerner’s emails or $500,000 for information concerning their whereabouts
Just 20 percent of Democrats believe the story. It’s time Obama appointed a special prosecutor.
Gleefully awards lawmaker three of four ‘Pinocchios,’ but won’t touch the IRS’ computer crash excuse
‘Just — yes or no, please’
‘This is why conservatives don’t trust print media’
Agency bid farewell to Sonasoft
‘The fact of the matter is we’ve cooperated extensively’
Dem apologists defend IRS at hearing
‘Emails don’t just get lost. They don’t disappear’
‘Love how they use the word recycled… we were earth friendly!’
The problem isn’t personal, or political, it’s systemic.
Losing the emails is a federal offense
‘Anybody who is honest up on Capitol Hill would say that doesn’t seem feasible’
‘Do you believe that Lois Lerner’s emails just suddenly went poof?’
It was enacted to fix a problem that no longer exists.
‘Such an arrangement fails to satisfy the market reforms’
Unnecessary disclosures drive the wrong kind of office competition.
More and more often, political disputes are being decided by armed raids and legal pettifogging