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Posted on 05/19/2013 3:40:22 PM PDT by NoLibZone
Posted by Jim Hoft on Sunday, May 19, 2013, 2:50 PM
The hits keep coming Two independent IRS offices targeted Hawaii conservative leader Dylan Nonaka last year at the same time. hawaii gop Dylan Nonaka is former executive director of the Hawaii GOP
The Daily Caller reported, via FOX Nation:
In what former Republican executive and activist Dylan Nonaka is calling a massive invasion of privacy that suggests a coordinated effort to target conservative groups, two IRS offices last year independently and simultaneously conducted costly audits and sought tea party-related training materials that they apparently believed could be tied to Nonaka.
Nonaka, who is the former executive director of the Hawaii Republican Party and a faculty member of the Arlington, Va.-based conservative activist training organization the Leadership Institute, is little-known outside of Hawaii. So when the now-infamous Cincinnati IRS office in 2012 demanded that the Hawaii Tea Party explain its relationship with Dylan Nonaka and the Leadership Institute, and provide copies of the training material used by Dylan Nonaka all almost at the same time that the Baltimore IRS office separately began auditing the Leadership Institute and requesting its training materials it wasnt long before Nonaka became suspicious.
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This is criminal.
Is any one keeping a list?
First time for Baltimore?
Anyone work for the IRS know what triggers an audit ? Is it triggered internally or from a trigger on website? Do they keep records of what/who pushed the button?
Now that this story has gone mainstream and national I look to see a class action and then we’ll get to the bottom of this crapola.
The list, Ping
Let me know if you would like to be on or off the ping list
Good catch. We now have Maryland, California, Ohio, and Washington D.C. involved in targeting conservatives or conservative groups. There MUST be so much more to come! Couple of low level rogue employees in Cincinnati. What a hoot!
Where is the RNC and the GOP on ABOLISHING the IRS?
Nowhere, because these blue blood country club bankers and vulture capitalists are part of the problem, will never be the solution, and like the cash extorted by the IRS from working stiffs outside of DC as much as the communist democrats do
You mean a list like this?
Obama and the IRS
They (the repubs) are going to whitewash the IRS. They love the IRS as much as the Democrats.
Yeah, but they were a couple of shady characters and they probably made an offensive video and put it on the Internet. That's what REALLY inflamed the Conservative world.
You just wait til Obamacare goes into full effect, these same jackasses who screwed Conservative groups will have no problem screwing over Conservatives who need heart bypass surgery, hip replacement surgery, and other medical problems..these same people will be deciding who lives and who dies..this will make whats going on with the IRS right now seem like childs play considering whats coming next
Clerks gone wild!
Warsaw Poland Ghettos of the 2010s.
Nachum THAT is a great list but was thinking more of individual and offices that have been named
Don’t have time to go thru it all right now,
Do you have the news release from congressman Stockman. He’s tied at least two people audit to the Flag /snitch website
Thought I’d pinged you to it if not let me know
Closest thing to a smoking gun I’ve seem this far
......this will make whats going on with the IRS right now seem like childs play considering whats coming next.
That’s right. This is all beyond scary.
The evil of Communism is so.......Evil.
Somehow I keep believing the entire Federal Government is nothing but a communists organization and is destroying anything in it path it does not like. Maybe we need a civil war.
(you mean this?)
Stockman asks for probe of alleged audits of citizens reported to White House email address
Obamacare is gonna be the big one..where its not gonna be about screwing people on taxes, that’s nothing compared to these same people deciding who lives and who dies..and if anyone thinks thats not possible, they are in a dream world..its a liberals dream come true, they hold our lives in their hands
I know it sounds ‘50’s...but these asshats are all COMMIES. They must be brought to justice. “How” is the question. We live in interesting times.
Where is the spine of the American taxpayer? If enough people quit working, to quit paying legally, it would be a contest over who can hold their breath longest underwater -- and the government would lose.
Can you live on less than $10k a year? You sure can. Should you do it to get back the America we used to have? Why not? People used to sacrifice, starve, fight and die for America.
Go Galt and make the tyrants surrender. Without taxpayer support they can't even keep the lights on.
Will someone confirm that Cincinnati is a hub for the IRS with reach beyond Ohio? They keep trying to paint it as small and isolated.
Also, could someone confirm that Ms. Ingram had to approve search criteria? If management is NOT required to approve search criteria, then the patients are running the asylum. Anyone could select their x wife’s new husband, friend’s enemy, or political agenda. This does not happen. Surely management oversight is required. Ingram needs to be in jail.
Quit paying their salaries.
So NOT an isolated incident from 2 rogue agents in O-H-I-O...
Of you can find the local (fox ?)station there’s a segment on the building , it’s purpose etc. even a couple of interviews with past employees that shed some light into how things work in relationship to DC.
Cincinnati is where I send my corporate tax documents and I live in New Jersey. It’s a major hub for the IRS.
Just wait until the death panels get hold of the voting records.
I don't know that a lawsuit would convey the proper, necessary response.
They get the lists and select who gets treatment.....or not.
Remarks of Sarah Hall Ingram
Commissioner, Tax Exempt and Government Entities
Internal Revenue Service
Georgetown University Law Center Continuing Legal Education
June 23, 2009
We have set out to collect some information on the point. We are going to start
asking agents, at the end of each examination, to fill out a check sheet about
certain of the examined organizations governance practices and internal
controls. The check sheet is intended to identify instances of noncompliance
found during the exam, and also to gather information about whether the
organization had, and used, any internal controls.
For each instance of noncompliance found excessive compensation, political
intervention, inurement, private benefit, material diversion of assets the agent
should ask, who made the decision to do it or to allow it? Was there a policy in
place concerning the transition or activity, for example, and if so, was it followed?
Let me be clear we will be gathering objective data, not subjective views. And
we will do this over time. As we collect enough information to be interesting, well
share it with the community, and everyone can have a go at it.
On the more enthusiastic side of the scale is Independent Sector, which has led
the tax-exempt sector in embracing the adoption of good governance principles.
Commissioner Shulman has spoken in praise of Independent Sectors efforts, as
did Steve Miller when he was the Commissioner of TE/GE. As you know,
prominent members of the Senate Finance Committee (http://www.finance.senate.gov/about/subcommittees/) are also sitting on the
enthusiastic side of the scale.
Our creation of the ROO and the Exempt Organizations Compliance Area,
together with the new Form 990, creates compliance opportunities and choices
we didnt have before. We are better able now to detect and follow-up on actions
by organizations that are questionable or that appear to violate the Code. And,
yes, we continue to work on the many suggestions for a voluntary compliance
program a program that would enable entities that find themselves out of
compliance can work with us to bring themselves back into compliance.
Ill begin by adopting as a goal something that is already well underway
providing uniform and measured training about governance to our determination
and examination agents. The ACT, our advisory committee, can claim much of
the credit for pushing this idea. In their 2008 report, they expressed concern that
agents were applying a variety of governance standards in an inconsistent and
somewhat random way. They pointed out that determination specialists
sometimes insisted that the applicant adopt a conflicts policy containing a
specific feature, have a board with a particular number of members, or conform
to various benchmarks of board independence. In the examinations program,
the ACT noted that our practices varied in terms of what we might require or
accept as a corrective action plan to avoid revocation or other penalties.
We responded to these concerns in November by adding a governance training
program to the Exempt Organizations work plan. We provided an initial round of
training in April to all of our exam agents and followed that with training for our
determination specialists. And this month we are conducting training for our folks
here in Washington, DC.
Great find, I would love to see that training material.
Can you find this anywhere on the site?
My views are also informed by the five-year Strategic Plan that the IRS hasannounced for the period 2009 - 2013. It is available on the IRS Web site, and ifyou look at it you will see that the continued focused oversight of the tax-exemptsector
...must be the Hawaiian branch office of the Cincinnati IRS office. Those two ‘rogue’ agents sure are busy little beavers.
Clicked on Senate sub committee tabbed Recognize some of those who wrote letter encouraging behavior Are all the Ds there?
The Strategic Plan 2009-2013
Baucus, Schumer and Bennet.
Subcommittee on Taxation and IRS Oversight
Michael F. Bennet, CO
Max Baucus, MT
Ron Wyden, OR
Charles E. Schumer, NY
Robert Menendez, NJ
Thomas R. Carper, DE
Benjamin L. Cardin, MD
Robert P. Casey, Jr., PA
Here are the Senate Committee assignments.
........................Cincinnati is where I send my corporate tax documents and I live in New Jersey............
I wonder which influential Ohio congress-critter was able to best Robert Byrd, and block locating the IRS offices into a new West Virginia based “Robert Byrd IRS Regional Center”?????
Under RICO, a person who is a member of an enterprise that has committed any two of 35 crimes27 federal crimes and 8 state crimeswithin a 10-year period can be charged with racketeering. Those found guilty of racketeering can be fined up to $25,000 and sentenced to 20 years in prison per racketeering count. In addition, the racketeer must forfeit all ill-gotten gains and interest in any business gained through a pattern of “racketeering activity.” RICO also permits a private individual harmed by the actions of such an enterprise to file a civil suit; if successful, the individual can collect treble damages (damages in triple the amount of actual/compensatory damages).
Is Obamas IRS rapidly becoming a SELECTIVE Domestic Terrorist Organization against the Middle Class?
Great research, maggief.