PragerU: Who Are the Most Powerful People in America?

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6 Responses to PragerU: Who Are the Most Powerful People in America?

  1. Lucille says:

    Bureaucracy has been lessened a minuscule amount in the last two years. Nowhere near enough, of course. Government unions are largely to blame for this…and for those entities we can blame John Kennedy.

    Government or public sector employees SHOULD do their jobs in an unbiased fashion, but don’t, especially nowadays if they are Democrats/progs/lefties. Unfortunately firing government workers is virtually impossible.

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    • Lucille says:

      P.S. I just looked up Kennedy’s role in this…he signed Executive Order 10988 on January 17, 1962 recognizing collective bargaining for federal employees.

      So, an Executive Order could perhaps disband this “right”?

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Last year SCOTUS ruled that unions could not require workers to join unions & pay union dues, iirc. Do you know if this ruling applied to gubmint unions? Personally, idk.

      Btw, thank you Lucille for all the early morning pics, etc. They are a really great way every day is started (my first stop every a.m.).

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  2. Menagerie says:

    The first two things we can do are a big job. But the third, our job? For most Americans, not likely. How do you awaken those who prefer their ignorance? I don’t know.

    For years I have followed the plight of the farmers in California’s Central Valley. Heartbreaking. Unbelievable too. Nowhere can you find a better representation of the idiocy of liberals than in this one example.

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    • tessa50 says:

      I disagree with the most of Americans statement. More and more I hear from younger folks who are totally aware of whats going on and they are not happy campers. I am, of course, speaking of the ones who work.

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