The high flying life of the government executive. (Do taxpayers get the travel miles?)

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An employee in the risk management department of the California State University toured a giraffe center in Kenya, stayed at upscale hotels in London and Tel Aviv, and made overnight trips to San Francisco, St. Louis, and New York City “that left no time for conducting business in those cities.” CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White said all this was an “inappropriate use of dollars by an employee.” And that was just one employee, who conveniently remains unidentified and, true to form, on the California State University payroll.

Government employees just love to fly. As we reported last month some IRS executives even commute from Dallas and Minneapolis to Washington DC via tax payer funded flight.

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