Today, a growing portion of parents are in a spending frenzy on their kids athletics in just a small chance they go onto college or professional in a sport. Continue reading →
The lottery system is still a big draw for Indiana residents. Continue reading →
Medicaid was designed to help the poor who truly needed it, now it’s turning into a slush fund for non essentials. Continue reading →
Flooding is shutting down 12% of refinery production in Texas and possibly more.
College football kicks off this week and teams fan bases are eager to open the wallets and support their teams. Continue reading →
Improper payments along with duplicate spending could push the total to around $350 Billion. Continue reading →
Environmental fascism has embedded within government.