Not even a little smidgen of a smidgen? Judicial Watch obtained 906 pages of newly recovered Lois Lerner emails from the IRS that are believed to recently have been recovered by the IRS’ internal watchdog – TIGTA.
The new documents show that Lois Lerner and other top officials in the Exempt Organizations Unit of the IRS, closely monitored and approved the controversial handling of tax-exempt applications by Tea Party organizations. The email prove all their efforts were going directly through Washington DC.
The documents show that Exempt Organizations Director Lois Lerner, sent a November 3, 2011, email documenting her concerns about the failure to process applications in a timely manner: Continue reading
Here is a (growing) list of theaters screening “The Interview,” to be updated as more venues come on board!
If you have time, please comment below and tell us if you plan on going!
The Alamo Drafthouse
Alamo Lakeline – Austin, Texas
Alamo Slaughter – Austin, Texas
Alamo South Lamar – Austin, Texas Continue reading
Revenge is a dish best served stinky.
After a thief stole several packages off their front porch, a couple decided to teach him a lesson, with a package filled with dog poop.
Residents of the Washington, DC metro area have captured videos of thieves stealing their packages. But for one couple, catching the thieves on camera wasn’t enough. They decided to box up a stinky surprise from their two dogs. “Obviously, it made me really mad,” the homeowner said.
The woman and her boyfriend are not being identified.
Lois Lerner again failed to exert her 5th amendment rights after some tough questions from a reporter who spotted the ex-IRS official walking her dogs.
In the video, political reporter Jason Mattera is seen following Lerner as she attempts to duck into a neighbor’s home.
Lerner desperately knocked on the neighbor’s door, but despite her repeated pleas, was denied entry by the woman of the house. Continue reading
Marion Barry, the controversial Former D.C. Mayor and current Councilman, was involved in a wrong-way crash in D.C. on Saturday night.
The accident happened in the 2900 block of Pennsylvania Avenue SE.
Police sources tell FOX 5’s Paul Wagner that Barry was spotted driving the wrong way down Pennsylvania Avenue from Branch Avenue and then was involved in a collision with another car. Continue reading
Federal judge and instant popular guy, Frederick Scullin, overturned Washington D.C.’s ban on carrying handguns outside the home, saying it was, wait for it, unconstitutional..
The court ordered the city to restore residents and non-residents the right to carry their handguns outside their homes, hotels, hostels and beyond.
“There is no longer any basis on which this Court can conclude that the District of Columbia’s total ban on the public carrying of ready-to-use handguns outside the home is constitutional under any level of scrutiny,” Judge Frederick Scullin said in an opinion. Continue reading
Chris Brown learned he will spend at least another 131 days behind bars appearing before a judge over a probation violation hearing in Los Angeles Friday.
During the hearing, the 25-year-old entertainer admitted that he violated his probation by getting into an altercation last year outside a hotel in Washington, D.C. source
Chris Brown has been thrown in jail after violating a judge’s orders.
The rapper was ejected from the rehab facility where he’s been living for nearly 4 months, TMZ is reporting.
The judge in the Rihanna beating case ordered Chris to live in the Malibu rehab facility for 90 days to get anger management therapy, and he completed the stint earlier this month. Continue reading
Chris Brown and his bodyguard will be sitting in jail at least until Monday.
Brown, 24, was arrested on a felony assault charges in Washington D.C. on Sunday after a 4:30 a.m. tussle outside a luxury hotel. Brown is said to have reacted violently after two males fans tried to get in a photo the singer was taking with a female fan. Continue reading
It’s a worst case scenario for singer Chris Brown after getting involved in a 4:30 AM argument and subsequent fisticuffs outside of a Washington D.C. hotel.