Archive for May 16th, 2013

Pro-Life Pharmacists Also Harassed by IRS

Pro-Life Pharmacists Also Harassed by IRS

In the wake of the mushrooming IRS scandal, it was learned today that the widening circle of pro-life leadership hit with attempted harassment and intimidation by the IRS has included at least two members of the officers and board members of Pharmacists For Life International (PFLI).

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SD Sec. of State Issues Economic Report for 1st Quarter

SD Sec. of State Issues Economic Report for 1st Quarter

South Dakota Secretary of State Jason Gant has issued the Secretary of State’s Economic Report for the 1st Quarter of 2013 based on corporate registration data. Gant stated, “Limited Liability Companies (LLC’s) continue to lead new filings with approximately 54% of all new filings in the first quarter. There were a total of 2,038 new filings in the first quarter, up from 1,958 in the fourth quarter of 2012.”

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IRS Tea Party Harassment Torn from the Pages of  ‘Patriots of Treason’

IRS Tea Party Harassment Torn from the Pages of ‘Patriots of Treason’

The shocking news of the Internal Revenue Service attacking members of the Tea Party was foretold in a recently published novel by an author who himself has been the target of IRS harassment which he believes is because he is a Tea Party member and organizer.

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Courtesy of Patriot Post

Rejecting the Founders

President Obama says Americans should reject the voices which warn of tyranny. Rejecting the wisdom of our nation’s founders is par for the course with Leftists.

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Dr. James Dobson

IRS Discriminated Against Dr. James Dobson, Family Talk

On September 2, 2011, Family Talk Action filed a Form 1024 with the Internal Revenue Service requesting § 501(c)(4) status. Over six months later, after several attempts to find the status of the application, Family Talk learned from IRS reviewing agent, R. Medley that the application would not likely be granted because Family Talk Action is “not educational” because it does not present all views.

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SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Hospital Hit with the Bill

SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Hospital Hit with the Bill

In 2009, our client visited a hospital emergency room to complain about severe pain. The medical personnel determined that he needed an appendix removed. The hospital did the procedure and our client stayed in the hospital until he was well enough to return home. Medicare refused to pay substantial parts of the bill. The hospital appealed. The appeal was just finished this year – from 2009 to 2013. Medicare still refused to pay much of the bill. But, Medicare ruled that the hospital – and not our client – should pay or “eat” the disputed bill.

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The Most Important Question for America

The Most Important Question for America

The most important question Americans needs to ask themselves today is not, “What about our country’s future?” but this, “Do I have Almighty God’s righteousness that is only found in the Lord Jesus Christ?” The answer to this sobering reality and question will determine one’s destiny for all eternity.

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