Category Archives: Public welfare

Emotional Moment

This is the first time I have ever heard of federal employees, including senior leadership defying the edicts of the incoming administration. Highly unusual. People in this country should be paying serious attention to this. Continue reading

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Back at It

Time to get back at it. The federal workforce may be coming upon yet another challenging period. A new administration enters into power in a few days. Many civil servants don’t really know what will happen.  Any change of administration … Continue reading

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We Can’t Get to Solve the Real Problems

Because we are back to a countdown to another potential federal government shutdown, we can’t get to the real problems in federal government agencies and the federal workforce.  We all know that these real problems need to be addressed.  They can’t … Continue reading

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One more week

One More Week You have probably heard by now that Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has been funded for one more week.  Congress agreed and the President signed this agreement minutes before midnight, February 27, 2015. I don’t know the difference … Continue reading

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Simple Things to Agree On, Maybe Not

There are some basic things that most of us can agree on.  Such things as safe bridges and roads to travel every day on.  Safe airport navigation systems nationwide.  Safe imports that we use, eat, drink and play on or … Continue reading

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Can We Agree that We Need Good Government?

One of our founding fathers, the fourth U.S. President, James Madison, wrote: “If men were angels, no government would be necessary. If angels were to govern men, neither external nor internal controls on government would be necessary. In framing a … Continue reading

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