Originally posted on Rat Nation:
Dungeons are too good for these people
The Foggy Bottom Theater of Scandal IRS production has more twists and turns than Lombard Street:
In 2009 the Pennsylvania group Z Street applied for tax-exempt status for its mission of educating people about Israel-related issues. In 2010 an IRS agent told Z Street that its application was delayed because the tax agency’s Washington, D.C. office was giving special scrutiny to groups whose missions might conflict with Administration policies. The IRS’s “Be On the Lookout” list that November also included red flags for groups referring to “disputed territories.” SOURCE – The Wall Street Journal Online
Oops. Who forgot to delete that email?
Z Street sued in August 2010 for viewpoint discrimination and its case is headed for discovery in federal court. Now emails uncovered by the House Ways and Means Committee show that the IRS and State Department were conferring in 2009…
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