The Social Security Administration has spent $3 billion on programs designed to incentivize disability recipients to go back to work over the past 16 years. So far, less than 3 percent of beneficiaries have signed up, with “no consistent evidence” the program has helped participants find a job.
A new report from the President’s Council of Economic Advisors, released Tuesday, analyzes the economic case for socialism and finds it wanting.
The National Science Foundation awarded a half a million dollars to an “intersectional feminisms” professor to study how to recruit more women into STEM fields.
The National Science Foundation is spending over $350,000 studying “microaggressions” in college engineering programs using an “intersectional perspective.”
The defense spending bill passed by the House of Representatives Wednesday includes $1 million for the Pentagon to hire “gender advisors.”
Federal agencies spent millions on cars, scooters, fidget spinners, and shuffleboards in an attempt to exhaust their budgets before they run out at the end of the fiscal year.
Taxpayers could save over $3 trillion by eliminating wasteful and inefficient programs and unfair subsidies, according to a new report from a watchdog group.
Jay Gonzalez, the Democratic nominee for governor of Massachusetts, is refusing to elaborate on how much the new spending programs his campaign has proposed will cost taxpayers.
Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar announced one billion dollars in grants Wednesday to help combat the opioid epidemic across the country, adding to major federal actions on opioids throughout the past week.
The National Science Foundation is spending over $1 million to train two-dozen “social justice” math teachers in Philadelphia.