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Stop Barack Obama's IRS War on Liberty Counsel Action and other Lobbying Groups!
calls for congressional intervention into new IRS guidelines by which President
Obama is attempting to eliminate and/or restrict conservative organizations'
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Liberty Counsel Action, an IRS approved 501(c)(4) organization,
is now the target of new IRS guidelines that will profoundly diminish our
free speech right to call out politicians and their policies, and to promote
conservative values, such as protecting our constitutional rights against
the Executive Branch's infringements.
The IRS policy, if enacted, will restrict any message expressing
approval/support or disapproval/opposition to any candidate for public
office. It could also restrict the issuance of LCA's Voter Guides and
Congressional Scorecards, and impede our "Get out the Vote" campaigns.
The IRS issued the proposed guidelines in late November and has set the
public comment period until February 27. One of the main concerns about the
regulations is that they do not apply to labor unions, traditionally heavy
supporters of the liberal progressive viewpoint and Democrat candidates for
The IRS, by admittedly targeting conservative organizations during the 2010
and 2012 election cycles, has destroyed the public trust for any credibility
and neutrality in enforcing their new guidelines which, if implemented,
would be enacted during the 2014 election year.
We are petitioning the Senate Committee on Finance:
Taxation and IRS Oversight to ensure all 501(c)(4) organizations formed to
promote conservative values will be treated fairly by the IRS. We are also
registering our disapproval (without including any of our supporters’ names
or addresses) with the IRS “open commentary” mechanism.
50,000 signers before we hand-deliver the petitions to Capitol Hill during
the open comment period.
Your petitions will be delivered to the four ranking members of the Senate
Committee on Finance: Taxation and IRS Oversight