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The IRS’s War on Free Speech

By Jay Sekulow1402592679000

The Obama administration’s IRS actively attempted to enlist the FBI in its war against the Tea Party.

Does anyone still think this is a “phony scandal?”

Does the following scenario sound like the United States of America, the land of liberty, or does it sound like a dictatorship, a land of paranoia and fear – where the government permits no challenges to its power?

The sitting government, angry that dissenting citizens are challenging its hold on power, decides to subject those citizens to a long string of abuses, including bureaucratic delays that limit free speech rights, targeted audits designed for intimidation, and selective leaks of private information, for the purpose of humiliation. . . .

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