Wichita, Kan., is apparently better at conserving water than money.
The government will spend at least $890,000 this year to hold thousands of accounts with a zero balance.
The USDA allowed a well-intentioned program to become a massive giveaway of tax dollars that spawned an entire cottage industry of fraudulent claims, according to a recent report from the New York Times.
Washington promised $529 million in taxpayer dollars to electric car maker Fisker Automotive Inc. in yet another attempt to gamble with public money.
Instead of being spent to educate the public on making smart health choices, it seems that stimulus dollars may have found their way into unlawful efforts to take those choices away entirely.