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In September when it was announced that AIG was in big trouble, Paulson set the wheels in motion for the $700 billion dollars bailout. AIG received an $85 billion commitment from the government and the taxpayer would pay for their screw up. Apparently the event was so stressful for AIG CEO’s, felt they […]
Medicare: Thousands of Medicare Providers Abuse the Federal Tax System F.D.A. Issues Strictest Warning on Diabetes Drugs
As America ages, the GREED factor related to Health Care grows exponentially. Services provided are watered down and cost is inflated to squeeze every penny out of the US Taxpayer. Health Care is no longer […]
June 21st, 2008 | Tags: Avandia, Big Pharma, Corporate corruption, FDA, Health Care, Medical System, Politics, Tim Russert | Category: abuse, Accountability, Big Pharma, Corporate Corruption, cover up, FDA, Health Care, Health Care Reform, Hypocracy, manufacturers, marketing, National, Oversight, pharmaceuticals, Politics, profiteers, Public Health, Scandal, Tim Russert, Whistleblower | Leave a comment
It used to be oil for food. Now, its oil substitute OR food. Super Powers are focusing on a dying concept. Cheap energy the old fashioned way is no longer viable. […]
April 13th, 2008 | Category: contradictions, Corporate Corruption, critical resources, economics, energy, Environment, fiscal responsibility, food, Foreign Policy, global community, Global Economy, Global Power, Global Warming, Health, Human Rights, hunger, jobless, Mismanagement, negligence, Oil, oil-for-food, Oversight, Planet, Politics, poverty, Power Shift, Public Health, recession, refugees, renewable energy, Statistics, unemployment, War Cost, Waste, World Health, World Order | Leave a comment
Limitations Faced By Federal Inspectors General
Inspectors general appointed to uncover waste, fraud and misconduct in federal agencies often lead underfunded and poorly staffed units and are not as independent as the public has been led to believe, according to a study released yesterday by the Project on Government Oversight (POGO).
Five years into Iraq, Bush denies any link between Americans’ economic pain and war spending.
… oil prices once again crested above $100 a barrel and more Americans than at any time since the Great Depression owed more on their homes than the homes were worth; in the year that the […]
February 29th, 2008 | Category: Bush, delusion, disinformation, economy, Executive Branch, fiscal responsibility, GOP, Hypocracy, Ignorance, Iraq, jobless, Mismanagement, mortgage, Occupation Army, Oil, Orwellian, Oversight, Pentagon Corruption, recession, Tax Dollars, taxpayers, unemployment, War Cost | 7 comments
Engineering problems with moon rocket causes major setback for adventure. […]
The firefighting system in the massive $736 million embassy complex in Baghdad has potential safety problems that top U.S. officials dismissed in their rush to declare construction largely completed by the end of last year, according to internal State Department documents, e-mails and interviews.
Some officials assert that in the push to […]
With the primary season underway for the most important presidential race the Federal Election Commission has shut its doors. I kid you not. On January 1, 2008 the FEC went dark. This is truly amazing, infuriating and stunning that the MSM would miss such a crucial story during an election year. With the […]
Immigration Contractor Trims Wages
Workers who help process millions of visa and citizenship applications for a federal immigration agency are getting pay reductions just as the agency is facing an enormous surge in those applications.
The workers whose wage rate will be cut […]
GAO Hands FEMA Another Katrina Blow
FEMA officials must be wondering if Hurricane Katrina will ever blow over. Now, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) reports that FEMA lost another $30 million taxpayer dollars through “ineffective oversight” of contracts to maintain and deactivate those mobile homes and travel trailers […]
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