Friday, February 9, 2018

Comment on Patrick J. Buchanan: Trump–Middle American Radical...

Comment by Badger on Patrick J. Buchanan: Trump–Middle American Radical...

 I'm sure everyone remembers Bush, spending six years as a punching bag. Never once uttering a single word of defense. He became a President in name only. We can only wonder what those six years might have been. If only he'd had the balls to fight back. For 50-years conservatives and republicans have been just that, punching bags. President Trump is standing up to the bullies and punching back. The media like all bullies is crying “Not Fair.” It is long past time to take the gloves off and start swinging. Unless the right is willing to go into the mud and fight the progressive left, then we lose. It is that simple. EVERY Republican should be studying President Trump. And then following his lead. Ignore the media and their criticism. Go around the media, call them out for the liars they are, and talk to the citizens. Without the media filter.

Look at the Fake News media. Story after story how President Trump is losing support. Poll after poll showing how President Trump supporters are leaving. And the one poll never shown…President Trump’s approval is 4 points higher than Obama’s. President Trump is winning, now the rest of the right needs to follow his lead. (Amen)

Judge Pirro: 'We're on the Brink of Indictments' Over FBI's Misconduct

You're fired: Trump to rid 'worst' federal workers, automatic raises, fat bennies

Via John

President Trump, the stat of NBC's The Apprentice, wants to trim the federal work force. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

President Trump plans to take the huge federal Civil Service off cruise control, ending automatic pay increases that go to 99.7 percent of the workforce, trimming fat benefit packages, and for the “worst,” rolling out his trademark phrase from The Apprentice, “You’re fired!”

In his budget, set for release Monday, his administration is planning the biggest reform to the federal workforce in decades, using models from Amazon, Google, and a handful of well-operating agencies.
Officials said the overall goal is to bring the 1950s-styled Civil Service into the digital age, introduce automation, reward “the best” with bonuses, make it easier to hire and fire, and provide “flexibility” by moving employees where they are needed and even rehiring skilled retirees.