Headline you don’t want to see if you work in the White House: “White House defends keeping Obama in dark on IRS.”

White House senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer (Chris Usher, CBS/AP)
White House senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer (Chris Usher, CBS/AP)

Or this one: “Carney: White House, Treasury strategized how to tell public.”

Or this one:  “Bring back Ken Starr.”

Or this one: “Why You Can’t Trust the White House (Even If Nobody’s Lying).”

Or this one: “Lew Says He Heard of IRS Audit in Mid-March.”

Or this one: “CBS’ Sharyl Attkisson: My Computers Were Compromised, ‘Could Be Some Relationship’ To DOJ Scandals.”

Or this one: “First Conservative Groups Files Suit Against IRS.”

Or this one: “Senators demand answers from IRS officials but get few new answers.”

Or this one: “New IRS Scandal Echoes a Long History of Political Harassment.” And you really don’t want to see that photo next to it.

Jennifer Rubin writes the Right Turn blog for The Post, offering reported opinion from a conservative perspective.