This past week has revealed the Obama administration is governing in a way we have never seen in this nation's history.
Back in 2011, the White House attempted to exclude Fox News from a round of interviews with "executive pay" czar Kenneth Feinberg. Other media groups rallied to FNC's defense, forcing the WH to reverse course. The WH denied any conspiracy against FNC, but WH E-mails obtained later showed otherwise.
Everyone should know the details behind the "green energy" loans that were made to companies owned by major Obama campaign supporters. Those loans are typically secured as the first to be repaid in case of bankruptcy (as a protection to taxpayers). But those protections were waived by the Obama administration and taxpayers have lost billions over the last four years.
Meanwhile, the Obama administration has not issued drilling permits for oil and gas on federal lands at a time when oil and gas drilling on private and state lands has resulted in a boom of production.
The EPA has prosecuted oil & gas companies for raptor deaths on their property while not fining the owners of wind farms that have killed far more eagles.
Investigations are underway to look into Freedom of Information Act requests. It seems liberal watchdog groups are having a far easier time getting those FOIA requests fulfilled than conservative watchdog groups.
Which brings us to the IRS, the most feared agency in the federal government.
Regardless how you feel about non-profit organizations, the IRS has been not just playing favorites, but deliberately targeting conservative applications for scrutiny that should make any American frightened.
The IRS asked conservative applicants to submit personal information, like the content of their prayers. The goal was to delay these groups from being able to mobilize in time for the 2012 election. Some applications were made in 2009 and were still pending today.
Meanwhile, President Obama's half brother had his organization approved by the IRS in less than one month.
The IRS will be heavily involved with our healthcare starting in 2014, including access to everyone's health records.
It is not unreasonable to question if those supporting the party in power will get better healthcare than those supporting the opposition.
Submitted by Virtual Newsroom