IRS to Expand Policing Political Non-Profits

dont-tread-on-meYou would think that problems Lois Lerner created would have made for smarter agency heads.  You’d be wrong.  From Politico:

IRS Commissioner John Koskinen said the agency may expand a yet-to-be-released rule governing 501(c)(4), “social welfare” groups, to include political groups known as 527s, which focus on elections. It could require them both — as well as other types of tax-exempt groups — to operate under the same definition of “political activity.”

“If it’s going to be a fair system, it needs to apply across the board,” Koskinen said when asked by POLITICO if such groups would be included in the new rule. “[I]f we have a set of definitions for 501(c)(4)s, what about everybody else? Can they do more or less [political activity]? And for us as (an) administration, for ease of administration, it makes sense to have this common definition.”

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I am not a professional writer, rather, I work in the IT industry.  I am going to make horrendous grammatical errors, typo’s, and other forehead cringing mistakes.  If you can tolerate that flaw, we’ll be fine.  I’ll do my best to express my points without “murdering the teachings of how to express oneself using the English language.”  Continue reading