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The Legacy of Citizens United and the IRS
Recently acting IRS commissioner Lerner resigned from office after the discovery that it appears the Cincinnati office had been targeting certain groups applying for 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) status. The news erupted into scandal in the wake of a week of apparent scandals piling on top of President Obama. At first the problem looked as if the IRS was targeting only tea party groups for audits, while no other social welfare group received the same scrutiny. Was this really the case?
Will South Carolina Ever Learn ?
This week the state house of South Carolina voted to nullify Obamacare, making it a criminal act if anyone in the state tried to use any part of it. Do states have the power to nullify federal laws? This question has been asked before, and South Carolina is best known attempting to subvert the federal government with this method.
The Defense of Marriage Act and the Supreme Court
On Tuesday and Wednesday last week, the United States Supreme Court began hearing arguments for Hollingsworth v. Perry, the case that will decide the fate of Proposition 8 and United States v. Windsor, the Defense of Marriage Act. Both laws being challenged prohibit same sex couples from getting married.
Singing the Sequester Blues
On March 1st the United States government went into a sequester. A sequester refers to someone going into hiding or receding away. In terms of the government it refers to a series of deep budget cuts that will shut down vital parts of our federal government and affect thousands of people either through employment, health care services or food and assistance programs. The cuts will affect many parts of the government we take for granted to keep us safe and healthy every day.
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