Biden Foundation for the Protection of Children did NOT spend the money on the children, allegedly.

Despite the $2 million-plus windfall, the organization put only $544,961 in 2020 toward its stated purpose of protecting children from abuse”. Executives at the Biden Foundation, however, made over $932,865 that year, Melissa Klein reported. The NY Post list some of the salaries for us: Continue reading Biden Foundation for the Protection of Children did NOT spend the money on the children, allegedly.

Most sex trafficking victims are from foster care. Still, the problem persists.

found cases where children in foster care were regularly pimped out on Friday, Saturday and Sunday and then returned to their taxpayer-funded group homes on Monday. Continue reading Most sex trafficking victims are from foster care. Still, the problem persists.

Healthcare reform.

The results show that poor access to primary care providers was seen among private coverage purchased via exchanges, relative to private coverage purchased on the individual market. Similar trends were seen with employer-based coverage that may not be attributable to reductions in Medicaid fees Continue reading Healthcare reform.

Brittle Bone Disease (osteogenesis imperfecta). Baby Isaiah’s Story:

Brittle bone disease is also called osteogenesis imperfecta. It is a genetic disorder that causes bones to break very easily, usually without any type of injury. There is no cure for brittle bone disease, and it can affect anyone. Brittle Bone does not discriminate. It affects all races and sexes equally. Continue reading Brittle Bone Disease (osteogenesis imperfecta). Baby Isaiah’s Story:

Chicago Public Schools settles lawsuits with two families.

Chicago Public Schools (CPS) firmly believes that students who are impacted as a result of a legally-recognized failure on the District’s part should be compensated in a reasonable manner that will remedy injuries to the student. There is a tentative settlement agreement in place that resolves the matter in a way that is fair to the student and to the taxpayers who fund the District. Continue reading Chicago Public Schools settles lawsuits with two families.

Illinois Representative Weber on Inaction at DCFS

“Cassie said that the system failed me, and she is right. The system is woefully broken. Zaraz Walker’s body has still not been found. When DCF has multiple run-ins with the mother, then they still determine concerns to be unfounded and walk away from a child in need,” Weber said. Continue reading Illinois Representative Weber on Inaction at DCFS