President to eliminate a sluggish, inefficient government agency, left freaks | 4/10/2019 | Staff
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The Trump administration is considering eliminating a government agency that is ineffective and inefficient. It would be the fulfillment of a promise to shrink the size of government. The left isn’t taking it well, but they never take anything well.

If the administration succeeds at dismantling the Office of Personnel Management, the closure could be a blueprint for shutting other departments down. That is the idea of course.

Functions - Agency - Departments - Executive - Order

The functions of the agency would be split among three other departments and he will do it via executive order.

It is in the final stages of review. OPM employees have been told.

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It’s a big, exemplary step,” Margaret Weichert, deputy director for management at the Office of Management and Budget and acting OPM director, said in an interview. She characterized the agency created to oversee the civil service in 1978 as “fundamentally not set up for success, structurally.”

For Trump, the breakup of the 5,565-employee federal personnel agency would target the inefficient bureaucracy and revive the workforce who have become slugs [my word, not anyone else’s. WaPo called the agency sluggish].

Unions - Payola - Partners - Democrats

The unions and their payola partners, the Democrats, will freak out.

It hasn’t been done since World War II. Democrats see that as a reason to not do it, but it’s definitely a reason to do it. World War II ended in 1945 and it’s about time someone did something with our burdensome bureaucracy.

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The White House hopes to do it in stages with some steps beginning now, and other changes pending congressional approval.

Unfortunately, almost all of Congress, including Republicans love the big government to...
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