From the Family Action Center of Tennessee comes this local version of what the IRS was doing:
It is not known how many conservative nonprofits in Tennessee were targeted by the IRS, but one is particularly chilling for parents. The group was seeking tax exempt status as an educational organization for the purpose of mentoring high school and college students in conservative political philosophy. Over a year after filing for nonprofit status, it received from the IRS a list of 30 questions, some with up to 6 subparts, seeking volumes of additional information including the identities of the students the group had trained.
Take a look at the pages of questions addressed to the Linchpins of Liberty in Franklin. Pages and pages of questions! http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2013/05_02/Linchpins%20of%20Liberty%20IRS%20letter.pdf