IG reports IRS credit cards used for Wine, Porn, diet pills, plush toys

Apparently line dancing lessons and videos showing IRS employees acting in a Star Trek video, at some of the over 220 personnel training conferences attended in the last three years at a cost of over $50M, aren’t the only thing the IRS wastes money on. The Treasury’s inspector general has now reported that the IRS has wasted additional taxpayer’s dollars using credit cards to make questionable purchases on items ranging from wine to online  pornography. Excerpt: Poor oversight by the Internal Revenue Service allowed workers...

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The U.S. is headed for a two-tiered healthcare system

Canadian doctors have already established private clinics to treat patients who are able to pay for their services in place of the socialized medical system in their country, as I have previously posted. Excerpts: There are howls of outrage coming from the liberal community in Alberta,  Canada. It seems that some doctors, desperate to protect their patients from the  overcrowded and failing socialized medical system in their country, have set up private clinics to treat them. To circumvent Canadian laws,  which prohibit charging for medical...

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AG Eric Holder signed off on Fox News’ James Rosen warrant

Attorney General Eric Holder himself authorized the government’s snooping on Fox News reporter James Rosen in the spring of 2010, according to a news report by Michael Isikoff, National Investigative Correspondent, NBC News. The DOJ got a judge to issue a warrant against Fox News investigative reporter James Rosen, which allowed them snoop into Rosen’s personal e-mails, along with an array of phone records following a report Rosen wrote online for Fox News about a US intelligence assessment of North Korea. The warrant accused...

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Why class-action suits against Schnucks – how much was taken?

Class-action lawsuits have been filed against Schnucks because of a massive credit card breach that may have compromised 2.4 million credit and debit cards from December 2012 to March 2013. No idea how much was actually stolen to justify the class-action filings? The lawsuits basically accuse Schnucks of violating best practices and industry security standards and failure to notify customers in a timely manner. Six former Hilander stores in the Rockford area may have been compromised and all are currently under the Schnucks banner. For full...

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Obama’s hypocrisy defined!

No comment on hyprocrisy necessary here, agree? From today’s Patriotic...

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