The IRS is the agency people love to hate, and perhaps for good reason: it only exists to take our money. Getting rid of the tax-collecting agency has been little more than a fantasy for many ever since 1913 when the Sixteenth Amendment gave Congress the power to levy a national income tax.
But the tide seems to be shifting, now that the IRS has become the scandal-ridden butt of late-night jokes. The agency’s targeting of conservative groups for extra scrutiny has outraged so many Americans on the the right as well as the left, the IRS is more unpopular than ever.
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, thinks the IRS is now so vulnerable he is backing an online petition to abolish the agency. The July issue of WND’s Whistleblower magazine is called “End the IRS” and is devoted entirely to the subject….To Read More…..