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Incentive Dissonance: statistical corruption and federal grants.

At present, government holds the ultimate monopoly on the provision of policing, protection and defense services.¬† Despite the¬†appearance of differing levels of government, such as county, state or federal administrations, the result is the same: revenues are expropriated from tax … Continue reading

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Statistics fraud, federal grants and border security…

In yet another demonstration of the misuse of governmental statistics, which are usually the byproduct of other, equally superfluous,¬†governmental activity: “The federal crime reporting system relies on local law enforcement to accurately report the crimes taking place in their communities. … Continue reading

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AFRICOM General disciplined for fraud, waste & abuse…

Former US Africa Command Commanding General, William “Kip” Ward, has been given “a room with a view” at the Pentagon while he awaits disciplinary action on allegations of fraud, waste and abuse: “…the inspector general found several instances in which … Continue reading

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