Update on June 03, 2013

  • Update #16

It's been more than 90 days since the sequestor started back on March 1 and though some programs received last minute funding, others—like disaster prediction—remain ill-funded, putting thousands at risk from tornadoes, hurricanes and floods.   Rather than…Read More

Update on May 28, 2013

  • Update #15

Did it really need to go this far?   Food safety inspections came perilously close to the chopping block due to the sequestration, the automatic cuts to the federal budget.   This begs the question: Why would American's food safety even face reductions…Read More

Update on May 20, 2013

  • Update #14

The sequester: A series of Federal budget cuts that went into effect in March 2013 in an effort to balance the federal deficit.    The good news: an effort to control excessive federal spending with taxpayer dollars.   The bad news: Congress is targeting…Read More

Update on May 06, 2013

  • Update #13

In 2011, the USDA's wildlife killing agency, "Wildlife Services," snuffed out 365 wolves. At least, that's what they reported.  We say reported, because we learned that in some cases the agents shoot first, and then identify the endangered species they kill…Read More

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