RICHMOND, Va.—House Majority Leader Eric Cantor couldn’t pass up the chance to blast the Obama administration’s recent scandals Saturday morning in a ballroom full of breakfasting Republicans at the Virginia GOP convention in Richmond.
“We’re going to get to the bottom of this,” Cantor said of the IRS’ targeting of tea party-like groups with extra scrutiny. “…There [...]
By M.D. Kittle | Wisconsin Reporter
MADISON – Gov. Scott Walker on Friday met with the new Council on Workforce Investments to discuss his initative to fill Wisconsin’s so-called skills gap.
“We are pursuing an aggressive agenda to help job creators expand and fill good, family-supporting jobs,” Walker said in a statement. “A skilled and well-trained workforce [...]
By Eric Boehm | Watchdog.org
HARRISBURG – As the IRS scandal continues to slowly unfold in Washington, one key point has been missed in much of the analysis about how and why the agency would target certain groups for added levels of harassment based on political leanings.
If the IRS did not have so much power and [...]
By Earl Glynn │ for Kansas Watchdog
The Topeka Capital-Journal reported the anonymous @JohnBrownsGhost’s twitter account was no longer anonymous.
Tweets Thursday evening took note of this change:
2013-05-16 18:29 @TheKansasRino: So @JohnBrownsGhost cover has been blown. Such a shame, I rather enjoyed that account.
2013-05-16 18:33 @manspeaker: Way to ruin the #ksleg feed Tim Carpenter. @JohnBrownsGhost was the [...]
By William Patrick | Florida Watchdog
TALLAHASSEE – Florida Senate President Don Gaetz, R-Niceville, went after a state budget watchdog on Thursday over a report that lists 107 questionable spending projects worth $106.8 million.
As it does every year prior to the Governor signing the state budget, Florida Tax Watch issued its Turkey Report listing items that [...]