Coburn details a $27 million U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) program for pottery classes in Morocco. The program, which has a questionable premise in the first place, was doomed due to incompetence and mismanagement....
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I love your comment and I agree whole-heartedly that these "free phones" should be identified in some way. Honoring Veterans is an excellent idea, or were you actually referring to the rest of us who are pulling the wagons? Either way, I'm all for it and I wish there was a way this could be done. I am afraid the first thing they'll say against it is that "it's embarassing for the poor people signing up for the free phones." (which would be an incentive to get OFF assistance in my opinion.)
Senator Tom Coburn released the Wastebook 2012 today detailing the 100 most egregious wastes of taxpayer money. The two hundred page report details waste in all manner of federal spending - from multi-billion dollar programs all the way down to a $300 grant to a small-town library for a Star Wars-themed event. It's emblematic of the waste found everywhere in the federal budget.
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