- Restoring UNESCO Funding: Obama Promotes Funding for Organization Proclaiming Palestinian Statehood
- Cell Phones for the Poor Costs Consumer $1.5 Billion Annually
- Regardless of $1 Billion U.S. Annual Aid, Egypt Set to Try 19 American Citizens
- Senator Coburn Spotlights Federal Waste: Hundreds of Thousands spent to Study the Effect of Cocaine on the Sex Drive of Quail
- National Association of Resource Conservation and Development Councils, White House Rural Council: United Nations Agenda 21 at Work?
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Monthly Archives: February 2012
Source: Adam Kredo Feb.16, 2012 http://freebeacon.com/obama-wants-to-restore-unesco-funding-despite-palestine-recognition/ A footnote tucked into the president’s recently unveiled budget proposal reveals the administration’s intent to resume funding for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, otherwise known as UNESCO. UNESCO caused an international … Continue reading
According to Fox News, a subsidized federal phone program for poor people cost consumers more than $1.5 billion last year. The Lifeline system provides low-income Americans with free basic cell phones or land-lines and covers up to 250 free minutes … Continue reading
Source: http://news.yahoo.com/egypt-sends-43-ngo-workers-trial-over-funds-142908335.html Feb.5, 2012 CAIRO (AP) — Egyptian investigating judges on Sunday referred 43 NGO workers, including 19 Americans, to trial before a criminal court for allegedly being involved in banned activities and illegally receiving foreign funds, security officials said. … Continue reading
Senator Coburn Spotlights Federal Waste: Hundreds of Thousands spent to Study the Effect of Cocaine on the Sex Drive of Quail
The University of Kentucky received a grant of $181,406 in 2010 from the National Institute of Health to study how cocaine enhances the sex drive of Japanese quail. An almost equal amount was granted in 2011. Senator Coburn lists 100 … Continue reading