Times refuses to acknowledge what IRS already has: they committed political misconduct

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WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service commissioner will testify before two House committees next week about the agency’s disclosure that it lost thousands of emails sought by investigators looking into accusations of politically motivated misconduct by the agency, the committees said Monday.

That is the first graf of a story buried on A-bumfuckEgypt in today's Times on the VERY disturbing IRS scandal that is looking like a total cover up and one that likely involves the White House.

Note the "looking into accusations of politically motivated misconduct by the [IRS]..."

Obama’s Total Lawlessness and Contempt for Rule of Law; Demand A Special Prosecutor into IRS Scandal

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Nixon was impeached in part because he used the IRS to punish his enemies. Obama, it now seems, was likely complicit in such a crime. Obama used the exact terminology of punishing his political enemies around the time of the IRS’s targeting of Obama’s political enemies. And to investigate if Obama was involved, Obama appointed one of his top BFFs and political donors to look into the matter. Ha. And, Now, guess what? Yeah, you’ve probably heard. This past Friday, the IRS says, opps, sorry guys but we lost all of Lois Lerner’s emails.

Jill Abramson was fired for acting like a male; Democrat Sexism alive and well at New York Times

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In writing about the return of Mad men to AMC this spring, NYTimes wrote that at the ad agency featured in the series, “Male ad executives are constantly being promoted beyond their competence level, often over women better suited for the job.” The idiot writer of this piece—“Coffee, Tea, or Liberation?”—is Alessandra Stanley. Why Idiot? Well, FemiSex has chronicled her imbecility in the past, but let’s listen in to her new pronouncements shall we?

Banished from Brandeis --a shameful act of tolerance for misogyny

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A Pakistani immigrant beat his wife to death in their Brooklyn home after she made the mistake of cooking him lentils for dinner instead of the hearty meal of goat meat that he craved. ~nypost
The defense for this shitbag claimed the murderer should be given a pass because:
“He comes from a culture where he thinks this is appropriate conduct, where he can hit his wife,” Clark said in her opening statements at the Brooklyn Supreme Court bench trial. “He culturally believed he had the right to hit his wife and discipline his wife.”~nypost

An Inhumane Execution—that of the BRAVE Ms. Stephanie Neiman. A joyous execution: that of slime ball Clayton Locket, murder, rapist and baby beater

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Recently, the NYPost had a story titled: “The Botched Execution was still just.” The execution was of a man, Clayton Locket, who most definitely deserved to meet his maker. The New Yorker’s very wiggy Hendrik Hertzberg, wrote a piece about the execution of this man titled: “A Bad Death in Oklahoma.” And the Washington Post wrote about, “An inhumane Execution.” Wapo, didn’t bother to even mention the girl who actually had the inhumane execution--Stephanie Neiman.

Obamacaid Hurts

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fact sheet
just 67 percent of enrollees in the federally-run Obamacare marketplace had paid their first month's premiums

just 28 percent of those signing up were from the crucial younger demographic, according to new data from the Department of Health and Human Services

The CEO of the Cleveland Clinic says that a majority of Americans who signed up for Obamacare have seen their premiums rise.

A New York woman suffering from a neurological disease that has required four brain surgeries has been dropped by all of her doctors and denied medications due to her Obamacare plan.

Obama speaks up only for black Americans

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Thank goodness Steve Utash was rescued by an angle of a black woman. At least this earned a NYTimes mention of his beating by a group of black sub-humans. Utash, a white man, did nothing wrong. In fact, he did all the right things after a black boy ran in front of his truck, perhaps, according to the Times, as the boy “played a game of [traffic] chicken.” The white Steve Utash, got out to check on the boy, who was not seriously injured. A mob of black sub-humans set upon him like rapid animals.

Tea and Sympathy for non-white murderers from Hollywood—Dark Matter and the evil Gang Lu

In 1991, a deranged Chinese student named Gang Lu, felt a bit pissed. He had, by all accounts, a rather deranged personality, one that went off, if he didn’t win at everything he did. So, after receiving his doctoral degree from the University of Iowa, but failing to win a sort of best in show for his dissertation, he hunted down men and women did didn’t like or didn’t care about and slaughtered them. So what does Hollywood do? Well, the moronic Meryl Streep, made a film called Dark Matter, that ….wait for it…..

Frank Bruni’s misogyny: says women at the helm of corporations would make for crazy

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Frank Bruni carries the stench of extreme sexism. While writing a piece in the New York Times this weekend, about “Women’s Unequal Lot,” the restaurant critic commits the most heinous of acts of sexism. The drippy condescending sexism. Butthead Bruni lauds his sister for doing it all (family n job) while declaring as statement of fact that she is the one, really, who must do it all—not her husband for sure. Eye roll to the 90s. But as Bruni wades on with the smarmy heroism of his sis, he lands one square between the eyes of all women.

The Really Big Political Money: The Unions and you fund those with your property taxes, even when you are a Republican

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Harry Reid surely must have meant the unions when he complained about buying elections.~ Kimberley Strassel WSJ This sentence is very important. And here is a number that is very important from Strassel’s article: $4.4 billion. That is the amount unions spent on politics in just a few years span. Democrat’s are trying to make hay out of the fact that Koch Industries give money to politics, but as Strassel points out: The Center for Responsive Politics has Koch industries at No.


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