Tuesday, December 12, 2017

What a Character

It has been said that a person's character is determined by the choices made when no one is looking. It's also important to remember that choices have consequences, which impact others. The website NOLA.com reports on a New Orleans man, who failed to consider...

Trickle-down Effect

The term ''trickle-down effect'' is commonly used to describe an economic theory suggesting that tax breaks or government benefits received by businesses or wealthy citizens, will flow through to the needy and eventually improve the economy as a whole. The Advocate reports that government...

Multi-Agency Success

Some problems are better solved in teams. For example, if you've seen some crime shows, you know that law enforcement agencies find teamwork a necessary method to crime solving. Combining multiple minds and perspectives, as well as different connections and processes, create the perfect...

Is There a Fraudster Under the Bed?

For every child who fears going to sleep because of a monster under the bed, there's likely a parent shining a flashlight to scare it away. The Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services and the Federal Bureau of Investigation recently shined a light...

Daycare, Who Cares?

Did you ever send your children to daycare? Were you apprehensive about the process? Putting your children in the hands of another person can certainly create some anxiety. According to a Courier-Journal article, some parents may be thinking twice about daycare now that one...

Oh, What a Tangled Web We Weave

Most people are honest. Apart from being the right thing to do, it's frankly simpler that way. Lying often becomes a tangled web you can't unweave. But, it seems some people are just out to keep weaving and tangling webs on purpose. Here's the...

Finding the Truth in Fiction

Fiction often has an element of truth to it, but isn't quite accurate when compared to reality. (Fictional persons, places or things can be used to hide the truth, throwing those seeking justice off base.) A Department of Justice press release tells about a...

Feeling the Pain of Fraud

It 's very important to monitor a patient during and after surgery. From the time that patients are put under anesthesia and wake up post-surgery, they need to be monitored. A Georgia doctor, who was responsible for performing surgical monitoring services billed multiple federal...

Oh SNAP

Recent data states that more than 46 million people participate in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and more than 8 million people receive benefits from the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC). Both programs are intended to support economically...

Wigging Out

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service has specific parameters that retail stores must meet to participate in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). In general, an approved retail establishment must sell food for home preparation and consumption, meeting specific criteria. Although...
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