Category Archive: government “workers”

Apr 20

Federal employees get 8 paid weeks off per year

Federal “workers” are generally paid 1-1/2 to 2 times what workers in the private sector are paid for the same type of work. Yet this fact greatly understates the luxury, power and security of federal employment. Private employees are lucky to have 2 weeks of paid vacation per year. Federal workers with seniority get more …

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Jan 13

The Worst Teachers in the World: Paid $70,000 Annually

The collapsing socialist city-state of Chicago is plummeting into bankruptcy, hiking taxes, and torturing its citizens at record pace. Now the public teachers of the City intend to strike! They have a median salary of $71,017 and contribute—on the high end—only 2 percent of their salaries toward their very lavish pensions. Their average salary (as …

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Jan 13

More shocking revelations from Wisconsin’s political police state

The public is largely oblivious to one of the biggest scandals in recent American political history. A tale that includes midnight raids by SWAT teams, machine guns brandished in the middle of the night, secret wiretaps of internet traffic, gag orders and secret evidence–aimed at suppressing inconvenient political movements. See here. And here. As many …

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Jan 09

Watch out! Employees of government transport companies double as dope snitches!

There was a time, long ago, when “mass transit” was mostly provided by private companies. Passenger train, bus and jitney transportation was highly profitable. Fares were low. Trusters of government decried the outrageous profits of the “railroad barons” and demanded more regulations. The regulations made the industry less profitable, and train and bus fares increased. …

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Jan 09

Chicago officials paid $5 million in hush money to keep police murder tape from leaking to the public; Payment was timed to save reelection campaigns

More darkness, evil and corruption out of the failed socialist city-state of Chicago. Information has surfaced that Chicago Mayor Rahm Emmanuel and City lawyers conspired to pay $5 million in hush money to the family of murdered pedestrian Laquan McDonald. See here. You couldn’t make this stuff up if you were writing a horror script …

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Dec 29

The Police Bubble is Bursting in D.C.: Bloated Pay and Benefits Lead to Decreases in Force; “Conservatives” Continue with “War on Policing” Narrative

The policing industry is a bubble that is about to burst. Police officers nationwide are grossly overpaid and lavished with luxurious benefits. Many cities cannot keep up with police pension obligations and are being forced to make cuts. Washington, D.C.’s police force has been compelled to shed aging officers. And “conservative” columnist Matt Vespa complains …

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Dec 15

Gov’t Workers ‘Absent’ 50% More Than Private-Sector Workers

A government worker is 38 percent more likely to be absent from work for personal reasons or illnesses than a private-sector worker, and government workers miss 50 percent more of their usual work hours as a result of such absences than do private sector workers, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The …

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Nov 27

Cash-Strapped City of Chicago Has Paid Out 500 Million Dollars for Police Brutality in the Past Decade

Chicago, and the State of Illinois, are ‘failed states.’ Parasitic city and state governments have sucked their taxpayers dry, almost to death. See here. The region–which once harbored brilliant entrepreneurs and spawned major manufacturers and businesses–is now a socialist hellhole, which imposes ever-higher taxes on its impoverished citizens. Chicago’s police department has openly operated a …

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Oct 15

Vast Billions Appear to be Missing From “Affordable Care Act” Treasuries

It is not unusual for government programs with immense budgets to “lose” large amounts of money. Government agents are known to siphon off money for use on fine dining, fancy hotels, payoffs and kickbacks and the occasional new deck or swimming pool in the back yard. But according to Mytheos Holt (see here), several BILLION …

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Oct 09

Average federal “worker” is compensated almost $120,000 annually

The USA Today reported in 2011 that statistically, federal employees are more likely to die than to be fired or laid off. The federal government fires only about one-half of one percent of its workers annually–compared to the the private sector, which fires about 3% of workers annually. “White-collar federal workers,” the USA Today reported, …

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