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“$1MM Per Minute In Salaries, $22BN Per Year In Vacation Pay” And Other Fun Facts About The Federal Workforce

The folks at Open The Books decided to take a deep dive into the salaries of 1.97 million federal employees, using data collected from the Office Of Personnel Management and the USPS via FOIA requests, and the endless examples of excessive pay and pure waste are sure to make you sick, if not downright suicidal.  […]

The Cost of Endless War Since 9/11

    The Cost of Endless War Since 9/11 Posted with permission and written by Rory Hall, The Daily Coin       If it were just Federal Reserve Notes that were stolen that would be one thing, but the fact of the matter is we have happily handed over our freedom, individual sovereignty and […]

A Better Way to Thank Veterans

Authored by David Sutherland via InsideSources.com, While a nice sentiment, let’s change the conversation from “thank you for your service” to something more meaningful. The discussion may take less time than an elevator ride… Serving in the military was one of the highlights of my life. When well-intentioned civilians thank me for my service, it […]

Delaying Action To Fight The Opioid Crisis Means More Veterans Will Die

In observance of Veterans Day, Reuters published a story reminding the public how remarkably little has been done to address to rapidly worsening opioid crisis, which has now been blamed for a range of societal ills, including rising male unemployment, cash-strapped foster systems, overtaxed local first responder services – the list goes on. And one […]

‘Draining The Swamp’ – Trump Admin Blows $11 Billion In The Last Week Of Fiscal Year

Authored by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, If you need further evidence regarding how wasteful and irresponsible Washington D.C. is when it comes to our tax dollars, look no further than the behavior of agencies under Donald “drain the swamp” Trump. This year’s spending binge amounted to $11 billion in the last fiscal year […]