Paying the taxman is one thing, but now the taxman may have to “pay the fiddler” as House Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Jason Chaffetz has filed a resolution to censure IRS Commissioner John Koskinen.  The censure is largely considered an initial step toward an impeachment procedure.  Over the past months, calls for Koskinen to resign as a result of the agency targeting conservative groups applying for tax-exempt status back a few years ago.  Although the targeting scandal predates Koskinen’s tenure as IRS Chairman, he’s been accused of failing to cooperate with the related investigations.  In light of the filing of the censure resolution, the House Judiciary Committee will hold a May 24 hearing on IRS “misconduct”.  Ironically, the scandal took place before Koskinen assumed IRS leadership.