What’s it going to take to restore the good names of the FBI, DOJ, and other Government Agencies? The politicization of the upper echelons has been nothing short of devestating for the national image and those people who they are sworn to protect and serve. What else other than firing a bunch of folks can we, or should we do?
by LiamBean 8 years ago
I'm not attempting to swat a hornet's nest here. I just keep hearing the refrain "no government is good government" or words to that effect.According to the tea-party folks I've spoken to government is wasteful, bloated, and ineffectual. Which makes me wonder; where do we draw a line? Is...
by SparklingJewel 9 years ago
http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.vi … eId=107086from the article..."In fact, according to the Electronic Privacy and Information Center, federal agencies have already negotiated agreements and contracts with social networking sites like Google, YouTube, SlideShare, Facebook,...
by RickBurnett 8 years ago
If you were president, what would you do to create jobs?
by Judy Specht 3 years ago
The government shuts down every Friday and remains shut until Monday morning. It shuts down for holidays. The House and Senate shut down for long vacations and the country carries on. Is a government shutdown really frightful?
by logic,commonsense 7 years ago
Why does this president not trust the American voter to vote appropriately on a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution?Apparently he knows what's best for us better than we do.If the majority of voters do not want it, it will not pass. If they do, then why shouldn't we have one?Every...
by Steve Clark 5 years ago
How is the US Govt shutdown affecting you?What have you actively experienced today, or in a previous shutdown? (Does the News tell the real story? )
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