For the past couple of weeks, the politicians in Washington, DC, have been engaged in their beloved sport of chasing “scandals.”
First, they were handed the gift of an Internal Revenue Service admission that certain non-profit organizations have been singled out for outrageous degrees of scrutiny and harassment.
And almost simultaneously, it came to light that the Department of Justice has been secretly spying on journalists — obtaining phone records, reading emails, and even tracking some of those journalists’ movements.
Congress is holding hearings as fast as they can schedule them, and the demands for “heads to roll” are growing every day.
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