Earlier this week, the Washington Examiner discovered that the Department of Veterans Affairs spent AT LEAST $6 million (with more potentially unaccounted for) on promoting the Affordable Care Act (also known as “Obamacare”). The unquestionably political nature of that realization could stand alone as the FAIL, but the Examiner went on to make a very scary and eye-opening comparison:
CVA in the News
CVA in the News
Apparently, actions that result in referral of criminal charges to the Department of Justice are not serious enough to merit being fired at the VA. Diana Rubens and Kimberly Graves, in addition to other top VA executives, knowingly and purposefully defrauded American taxpayers and robbed the VA of resources that should have gone to providing care to veterans, and yet will keep their jobs at the VA, jobs which quite possibly will earn them six-figure salaries.
By Caroline Phelps | Sunday, November 22nd 2015
Concerned Veterans for America (CVA) has announced three new “Veterans and Military Town Hall” events as part of its “Defend and Reform” Policy Series. Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson and Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) will headline the following events:
By Caroline Phelps | Friday, November 20th 2015
Fun fact: here is the definition you find when you look up the Department of Veterans Affairs in the Oxford Dictionary: “overly concerned with procedure at the expense of efficiency or common sense.” Okay, maybe not, but it might as well be. In reality, that is actually the definition for the adjective “bureaucratic,” an adjective that over the past year and a half perfectly describes the department.