Trump executive order strips protections for key federal workers, drawing backlash

Posted by $ nickursis 1 month ago to Government
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Ignore its from Yahoo, the story is slanted as a bad thing, because Yahoo is another one of the lamestream crowd. The real thing is this is one of the biggest things Trump has done, because it removes the shield of "Union Protection" from these clowns who arbitrarily make up thousands of rules each year, and impose their agendas on the people. They are really part of the deep state. They get to operate behind the scenes and get paid to write certain rules by certain groups, especially in land use and water regulations. I have seen many stories of individuals oppressed by the government, told they cannot use their land the way they want "because of regulation xyz" Some clown comes out, trespasses and says "we will fine youxxx a day if you don't comply". These clowns create this crap. Now they cannot hide behind Unions and regulations, and become almost "at will" employed, so you can fire them when they do this stuff. It is the answer to all the "why doesn't somebody do something about (fill in the blank)" we hear about. Of course, if "Democrats try to stop the order" is translated it means "He's taken away another piece of our control over people, so they have to contribute lots of money to us to get some asinine law or regulation passed and implemented" (usually by some buried regulation). That alone means it is good for us.
SOURCE URL: https://www.yahoo.com/news/trump-executive-order-strips-protections-231117729.html


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  • Posted by freedomforall 1 month ago
    It's about time Trump did something to remove the back-stabbing traitorous looters from his administration. I only hope he has another 4 years and clears out the socialist biased rotten fiefdoms from the bloated bureaucracy. Every job should be reviewed with a primary question: what does this job do to promote individual liberty and is the benefit worth the cost?
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  • Posted by 25n56il4 1 month ago
    The Police Department in my city has managed to get a spot on the ballot trying to grant them Collective Bargaining (Labor Union). Texas is a right to work state but you should see what this civil document has in it. No one will have jurisdiction over them! Unfortunately they didn't call the issue correctly and I know some big old boys who will have a District Judge throw out the issue. They already know how to do it!
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