A program that provides subsidized phone service to low-income individuals has nearly doubled in size in Ohio in the past year — now covering more than a million people. At the same time, federal officials say they’re reining in waste, fraud and abuse in the program.
Went to the Supermarket yesterday, they were all out of aluminum foil. I asked a cashier: "Why no aluminum foil?" She said, "Sold out, to far right wing Republicans, you know, they put it on their heads to protect their brainwaves from observation."