Cause of Action Director Dan Epstein also blasted the IRS on Monday for failing to run basic searches on Lerner’s Blackberry for the lost emails.
Cause of Action Submits Statement to House Oversight Committee Demonstrating IRS’s Improper Use of Tax Code to Block Transparency
Statement regarding the Federal Government’s inconsistent and overbroad application of taxpayer confidentiality laws, therefore blocking transparency
This op-ed originally appeared in the Washington Times on July 29, 2014. EPSTEIN: All IRS roads lead to the archivist The nation’s record-keeper may know what happened to the missing emails The Internal Revenue Service is the House of Representatives’ public enemy No. 1. The agency has quietly admitted that […]
Dan Epstein, executive director of the watchdog group Cause of Action, said rules require the archivist to sign off on the destruction of federal records.
If the IRS used government resources to actively target partisan political groups, then why has OSC failed to enforce the Hatch Act against that agency? The Obama Administration cannot have it both ways.
Cause of Action hosted a media call to discuss the legal and political issues raised by the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) records retention policy and practices in relation to the lost emails of Lois Lerner, former Director of the IRS’s Exemption Organizations unit.
The legal and political issues raised by the IRS records retention policy and practices in relation to the lost emails of Lois Lerner.
Cause of Action’s Dan Epstein talks with Peter Schiff about the IRS targeting scandal.
Response to FOIA request is needlessly redacted by the IRS