"Washington Times, After Years of IRS Delay, 2 Tea Party Groups Denied Tax-Exempt Status:
Nearly seven years after it applied to the IRS for nonprofit status, the Albuquerque Tea Party has finally been given a decision: Denied.
The tax agency, under orders from a federal judge, is belatedly tackling the remaining tea party cases that it delayed for years, and so far the tea party isn’t doing well.
Only one of the three groups in the case was approved, and the other two, including Albuquerque, got notices of proposed denials last week.
...The IRS, which declined to comment on the new decisions, admitted in court that it did subject the tea party groups to intrusive scrutiny, singling them out because of their political viewpoints and forcing them to go through hurdles that other groups didn’t face.
Jay Sekulow (American Center for Law and Justice), Continuing the Fight Against IRS Corruption in Federal Court:
..."It is clear that we still have an IRS that is corrupt and incapable of self-correction...
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