While the Trump administration is taking action to reduce food stamp fraud, the president’s critics are crying foul, and Vermont Attorney General TJ Donovan is urging citizens to voice their opposition to coming changes in the program.
Taxpayer money supported a $10 million “Green Growth” initiative in Peru. More than $5.3 million of taxpayer money funded false claims for Superstorm Sandy in New York City, and $48 billion went toward improper Medicare payments.
More than $24 billion in loans given out by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) have defaulted, an OpenTheBooks.com analysis found.
Looking at projections by the Congressional Budget Office — Congress’ official federal scorekeeper — one sees that the federal budget is on a rapid collision course with out-of-control deficits.
“Federal funding is being poured into the nation’s richest colleges, the worst performing junior colleges, nontraditional colleges you didn’t know existed, for-profit schools, and more.”
A yogurt company, Chobani, has picked up the tab for unpaid school lunches in a Rhode Island school district. That’s a relief to the school district, but not one likely to be replicated elsewhere. A new report finds that it would take a whole lot of dairy to fix the waste in federal school meal programs nationwide.
While politicians debate expansive new government programs, even amid a worsening debt situation, fiscally prudent Americans may find some solace in alternative plans put forward to rein in our government’s bloated budget.
Stenger acquired responsibility for the financial misdeeds of the other partners but, burdened with his responsibilities as the developer on the ground, apparently neglected to raise any red flags if indeed he knew of the extent of those misdeeds.
The Interior Department will publicly list attorneys’ fees paid out, often to environmental activist groups, for legal settlements, according to a recent memo from Principal Deputy Solicitor Daniel Jorjani.
What started as a grant program to help poor students and those with special needs has morphed into a massive entitlement offering meals to 30 million students every year — equivalent to nearly 55 percent of all children enrolled in public and private schools.
The federal government should not be in the business of accruing more land, nor should it be spending taxpayer dollars on projects that are local in nature, such as golf courses and Little League baseball fields.