Making The Same Mistake Hundreds Of Times: The IRS Re-Hires Fired Employees

This week, Internal Revenue Service Commissioner John Koskinen is set to appear before the Senate Finance Committee, and yet again, the IRS is in a sorry state. As more reports of the IRS unfairly targeting Americans come to light, taxpayers are dumbfounded about what they see as a lack of accountability at the agency and its inability to clean out bad employees. But the problem is worse than that. In hundreds of cases over a three year period, the IRS has actually hired back employees it had previously fired.
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Obamacare is failing, and my repeal bill will fix it

Six years ago, Democrats kept the United States Senate in session until the early hours of Christmas Eve in order to rush through a massive, poorly drafted bill. That bill was Obamacare, and it passed without a single Republican vote. The price for refusing Republican input was high, as Democratic leaders cut notorious deals like the “Cornhusker Kickback” and the “Louisiana Purchase” behind closed doors to bring reluctant Democratic senators aboard.
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