According to a report published Wednesday at Illinois Review, Lois Lerner, the embattled IRS official who ran the department that targeted some 500 conservative and Christian organizations seeking tax-exempt status, once told a GOP candidate running against Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., that she would drop all charges against him if he promised never to run for office again.
A Senate committee will soon vote on Obama’s nomination of left-wing radical Thomas Perez as Labor Secretary. Perez, currently the assistant attorney general for civil rights, has been described by Cato Institute lawyer Ilya Shapiro as a man “who personifies … this administration’s flouting of the rule of law.”
Does this iconic Superman intro also describe the state of Hillary’s non-campaign campaign for 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in 2016? Perhaps, but with so much news and media slobbering to report that barf bags, “tucked into the seat pocket in front of you,” may be needed to help Liberty Unyielding readers get through it all.
Riots have raged for the last three days in Brooklyn (pictured) in response to the death of a young black man, who allegedly aimed a pistol at police and was shot. Arguing for federal gun control laws in January, to mirror those that have obtained in the Empire State for decades, Democrat Congressman Charlie Rangel argued:
“One disenfranchised voter is one too many,” Attorney General Eric Holder has observed repeatedly in his quest to overturn state voter ID laws. How many cases of voter fraud is one too many he doesn’t say. It is hoped that the nation’s chief law enforcement officer would find 19 cases troubling.