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1 - The most unproductive and unpopular Congress in modern history does nothing while
2 - Professional sports loophole – (Taxes) $91 million - The NFL,
3 - Junk food, luxury drinks, soap operas, and billions of dollars in improper food stamp payments – (Department of Agriculture) $4.5 billion. Lax controls and mismanagement in the food stamp program resulted in billions of dollars being spent not on healthy meals for hungry kids but instead wasted on questionable or illegal expenditures, including Starbucks, alcohol, diapers, and guns.
5 - Moroccan pottery classes – (U.S. Agency for International Development) $27 million - A USAID development program in
6 - Out-of-this-world Martian food tasting – (HI) $947,000 - NASA is studying what food astronauts could eat on Mars, by simulating a Mars outpost at a barren location in
7 - When robot squirrels attack – (CA) $325,000 - An NSF grant was used to create a robot squirrel to study how squirrels and rattlesnakes interact. Previous research on this relationship already exists.
8 - USDA’s caviar dreams – (ID) $300,000 - USDA gave a grant to a caviar producer in
9 - Bailed out tourist boat sinking private business – (AK) $3.3 million - Dept. of Transportation gave an Alaskan tribe millions to start a ferry that competes with existing private ferries, who are now struggling severely.
10 - Phantom, unused grant accounts draw fees – (Department of Health and Human Services) $2 million -