The spending never ceases to amaze me.

We now find out from an article in The Washington Free Beacon that the Environmental Protection Agency is using $25,000 of our tax dollars to teach churchgoers in Connecticut about food waste.

The EPA’s Communities Grant Program will spend $50,000 for their “Food Too Good to Waste” initiative that looks to global warming by teaching adults how to write a grocery list and other things.

Yes teach adults how to write a grocery list!

Are you kidding me!

This Communities Grant program initiative’s” toolkit” apparently not only includes instructions on how to make a shopping list, but also signs you can put in your refrigerator which will give you food waste tips.

What do these signs inform the adults, well a couple are “Eat what you buy,” and “Be mindful of old ingredients and leftovers you need to use up. Move food that’s likely to spoil soon to the front of a shelf or designated ‘eat now’ area.”

Remember when Former Speaker of the House Democrat Nancy Pelosi said “The cupboard is bare. There’s no more cuts to make. It’s really important that people understand that”.

Have you had enough of these politicians?

I have.

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