Trump Administration, Reversing Trend, Sheds 11,000 Federal Employees in Six Months (How about 100,000 more before the end of the year?)

This is a real positive. But 11,000 should only be the beginning. Our taxpayer financed bureaucracy is a target rich environment.

Given advancements in automation and in technology generally the Obama years should be the high water mark for federal employment. From here on out  – and I mean from here until eternity – there is no need to add one more net federal employee. No reason.

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95% of Fed Gov Employees who gave gave to Clinton, Department of Justice 97%, State Department 99% (This is the deep state and they are comfy – right now)

Image: The Hill

(From FOX News)

The constant, anonymous leaks from disgruntled federal bureaucrats aim to provide ammunition for the propaganda news media to press the attack.

The Left’s dance of destruction is stunningly choreographed.

I have been overseas for the last three days, and it has been sickening to see so many foreigners terrified because they unknowingly believe the news media’s false reports and vicious attacks. The only version of President Trump they know is the one portrayed in the 24-hour cesspool of CNN and the daily acrimony of the New York Times.

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Will Trump slash the federal bureaucracy? How “painful” will it be?

The federal employee system is a giant, glowing, throbbing, blob of cronyism. From the top to the bottom the federal government is full of cronies. If Trump is going to make a real effort to carve up the beast we applaud him. Cut, and cut deep.

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71 Percent Of US Government Workers Are Disengaged At Work

But they all vote.

Don’t get me wrong, I am sure there are plenty of good, hardworking folks at the EPA and FDA and USDA and in all the other agencies that we know and love. In fact I know there are. I’ve known a few. (They are the ones who told me what was really going on.)  But I have also known government workers who were happily disengaged. The big goal is getting to retirement so that they can get their check(s) for the rest of their lives without the commute.

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Half Of TSA’s 30,000 Employees Accused Of Misconduct; Nearly A Third Multiple Times

I hadn’t been on a plane in a few months but last week I flew into Atlanta.

I always fall out of the TSA rhythm if I haven’t flown for a while. I always forget to take off my belt. Pretty much every time. Do I take out my wallet? Good thing I remembered to wear loafers this time.

It’s insane. Really, think about it. It’s nuts. Then we have to stand in that machine and get blasted by radiation while we stand with our hands over our head like some sort of criminal.

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Overthrow the Establishment to Fix the Economy

This column comes from Larry Kudlow and he basically endorses Trump. We at ACC do not endorse candidates and we never will. But the overall point Kudlow makes is terribly important so we are going to run the article anyway.

We need to overthrow the current economic establishment. It has failed, horribly. Globally we limp along, that is unless one is in South America and some other parts of the globe where the economy is barely moving at all.

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Big Government: The Great Unicorportist Blob

Government is a giant, massive, growing blob. It expands and swallows freedoms everywhere it goes. As it absorbs liberties and rights it also absorbs people into its bowels. Some run to the blob and prostrate themselves as the gelatinous beast consumes them. Others are swallowed up against their will. But with each freedom extinguished and with each person absorbed into the political jello the blob becomes more powerful.

The people I find most interesting in this situation are the people who join forces with the blob.

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