So, *which* Lynn Woolsey wants to use the IRS to go after the Catholic Church?
Via Jim Geraghty, and note that it’s the title to her article: Woolsey: IRS should look at bishops But I’m curious: which Rep. Lynn Woolsey (Democrat. Dem-o-crat.) wants to have the IRS investigate the Roman Catholic Church in response to the latter’s support of the Stupak Amendment? Is it the Rep. Lynn Woolsey (Democrat. Dem-o-crat.) who is the co-chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus? If | Read More »
‘Shared responsibility payment’ imposing the poor on health care.
At least, that’s the Senate version of the Health, Education, Labor, & Pensions committee bill on health care rationing: the House version has the elementary decency to call it a ‘tax.’ Legal Insurrection walks through the procedure: the short version is that both versions of the bill require that employers give the IRS information on who they’re insuring, during what periods, and… some-things-to-be-determined later. If | Read More »
IRS puts tax lien on Kerry’s 2004 campaign.
(Via NTCNews‘ sidebar) Good luck with getting that resolved, Senator: WASHINGTON (AP) — The Internal Revenue Service has filed a $819,848 tax lien against Sen. John Kerry’s 2004 presidential campaign, but Kerry on Wednesday blamed an IRS clerical error for the claim and said his campaign owes no tax penalties. The Massachusetts Democrat said the IRS mishandled payroll tax forms that he said were correctly | Read More »