US Army to Spend $600K on World War I Art

Woolf's painting of a scene during WWI. / Defense News

The U.S. Army has found a steal of a deal–or at least what said is a deal–on a group of World War I paintings. They have already been approved to spend $600,000 on the paintings, which will be a part of its large collection of art.

Tax Dollars at Work: Mountain Lions on Treadmills

Photo credit of Nancy Howard, Colorado Parks & Wildlife via UCSC.edu

Sen. Tom Coburn (R., Okla.) released his final Wastebook on Wednesday, and it did not disappoint.

Dr. Coburn, who is retiring after this term, chronicled $25 billion spent on 100 “silly, unnecessary, and low priority projects,” this year. The report touches nearly every agency, finding that the federal government is still spending taxpayer dollars to put animals on treadmills and subsidize wine.