The husband of Donald Trump's Director of Communications told Fox Business Network that federal workers inherently make a bargain with the feds and agree to government shutdowns and not getting paid because it's hard to fire them.
"Local people know who they are when they go for groceries and everything, they will work along." Yes, he said that.
In the Senate Office Building, federal workers hold up empty plates and stage a silent vigil to demand Senate Republicans do their job and end the Trump shutdown.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi paid a surprise visit to José Andres' waystation for furloughed federal workers, where diapers, food, and other necessities were being handed out to needy government employees.
Libertarian writer Kirstin Tate is really hoping to make everyone resent the furloughed federal workers who are going without a paycheck right now in an op-ed published this week at The Hill.
Most folks aren't able to easily just "make adjustments" when they must go without an entire paycheck. Or two. Or 5. This Trump Shutdown is devastating American workers.
They want to be out of money at Christmas.
Larry Kudlow, who's always wrong, says the policy would spur job creation and economic growth.
Five members of the Congressional Progressive Caucus joined government contract workers, who shared their struggles to make ends meet, to call for a higher minimum wage and allow the workers to unionize.
Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry is so serious about changing the way Washington does business that he is vowing to retaliate against any federal worker who doesn't share his philosophy. At a campaign event in New Hampshire Tuesday,
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