Waltenbaugh worked within the bureaucracy of state
government for thirty-two years, starting at one of the
lowest levels in a county office and advancing to finish as
the director of one of the regional offices in the Bureau of
Program Evaluation. he also spent several years adjudicating
cases for three state departments as an administrative law
judge in the Bureau of Hearings and Appeals. He used his
professional and personal insights into the culture of
government dependency along with his interaction with some
unique individuals and unusual situations to author the book
The Elephants' Graveyard: A Guide for Getting and Keeping
Your Welfare Entitlements.
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Also by Joseph
An OBX Novel
A BVI Novel
A Guide for
Getting and Keeping Your Welfare Entitlements
By Joseph K. Waltenbaugh
A lighthearted, almost
farcical, representation of the entitlement culture in the form of a
"how-to" or "self-help" guide for scamming the American welfare system.
It lays bare the techniques and motivations of the entitlement
subculture, and it skewers all the sacred welfare cows ... and
elephants. No preaching, just some disturbing truths sandwiched in among
the humorous stories and unique characters.