More Quick Hits From the Internet

It’s lunch time here in the Central Time Zone.  I picked out a few articles for y’all to read while you eat your delicious lunches.

How the IRS targeting of Conservative groups REALLY got started.  Eliana Johnson is always worth reading.  Enjoy!

For the science-minded out there on the web:  How NASA tests tools before they launch them into the vacuum of space; it’s very interesting, and sciency.

A federal judge got fed up with Hillary Clinton, and ordered her to turn over her emails on a rolling basis.  No, that doesn’t mean she gets to put them on a truck and send them around the country in a massive exhibit.  Hillary’s candidacy for President looks worse by the day.  I’m just sayin’.

George Bush didn’t lie about Saddam’s WMD’s.  The narrative that Bush lied just won’t die.

h/t:  Power Line  Thomas Sowell reminds us that the government doesn’t “ask” anybody to pay taxes.  From Mr. Sowell’s post in Jewish World Review:

Despite pious rhetoric on the left about “asking” the more fortunate for more money, the government does not “ask” anything. It seizes what it wants by force. If you don’t pay up, it can take not only your paycheck, it can seize your bank account, put a lien on your home and/or put you in federal prison.

As usual, Mr. Sowell’s whole post is worth reading.

Finally, I thought I’d introduce y’all to Scott Ott’s satirical piece at PJ Media.  Love Scott Ott’s wit, I do.