Published June 03, 2013
When a senior adviser to the president is attacking a House member over being arrested 40 years ago, you know things are starting to get interesting in Washington.
Published May 31, 2013
Suppose you are an IRS agent who targeted Tea Party groups, sending them nastygrams that strongly suggested you thought that they weren’t just some Constitution-loving citizens, but rather liars who were just funneling money from well-heeled corporate backers into elections.
Published May 30, 2013
What in the heck was former IRS boss Douglas Shulman doing at the White House campus 157 times in less than 5 years?
Published May 29, 2013
Scandalmania, which first broke out in fever and hives, has become a chronic condition. After the dizzy spells and night sweats, the political press and those they cover have realized that the agues of Obamaland will be with them for a long while.
Published May 28, 2013
Power Play wonders which journalists the Department of Justice will pick for “no-holds-barred” discussions about the agency’s misdeeds on the matter of the free press.
Published May 24, 2013
President Obama is tasking someone with intimate knowledge of alleged abuses by Attorney General Eric Holder’s Justice Department to investigate the matter: Holder himself.
Published May 23, 2013
President Obama today will announce that rather than continuing to take personal charge of the covert program that targets individuals abroad for death, including American citizens, he will shift responsibility to a new bureaucracy at the Pentagon.
Published May 22, 2013
How is Lois Lerner still on the job and still responsible for the oversight of applications from small government groups for non-profit status?
Published May 21, 2013
The White House has changed its story about who knew what and when as it relates to the targeting of President Obama’s political enemies by the IRS.
Published May 20, 2013
How does an administration move on from scandals that are still unfolding? The answer: Not very effectively.