FEMA Screwed Up, Now Want Cash Back From Victims of Hurricane ‘Sandy’

Soopermexican The Right Scoop 6/20/2015

Well isn’t this a kick in the face. Sandy victims who got money from FEMA are now being told they have to pay it back because the federal government screwed up in handing it out.

Now look, as a hard-working taxpayer, I don’t want the government to be wasting tax-money […]

Even Before Long Winter Begins, Energy Bills Send Shivers in New England

Katharine Q. Seelye The New York Times 12/13/2014

…For months, utility companies across New England have been warning customers to expect sharp price increases, for which the companies blame the continuing shortage of pipeline capacity to bring natural gas to the region.

Now that the higher bills […]

Feds Close Most of Northeast to Cod Fishing

Douglas Main Newsweek 11/13/2014

Kiss that New England cod goodbye. At least for now.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has closed off most of the waters off the Northeast coast to cod fishing for the next six months, effective November 13. It’s the largest closure of its kind for cod in history, and […]

Giuliani BLASTS Obama’s hurricane response as disgraceful

Where the hell are the generators and the bottled water?

The Right Scoop 11/5/2012

Rudy Giuliani, who knows a little something about disaster recovery and emergency response, says that if George W. Bush was doing what our campaigner-in-chief is doing while people don’t have water and generators nearly a week after the hurricane, the media […]

Kansas returns $31.5M exchange grant

Jason Millman & Kate Nocera Politico 8/9/2011

Kansas is returning a $31.5 million grant to lead the way on exchange development, marking one of the largest rejections of federal money to implement a piece of health reform.

Kansas will send back to HHS an Early Innovator Grant it was awarded in February to build technology […]

Fishermen against Obama job destruction

CAJ note: We believe this topic is so crucial that we are presenting both of Ms. Malkin’s articles in full. She has done a brilliant job of explaining this threat to local economies and to our food supply. We urge to you follow her links, and to even read the articles directly on her website.

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