Saturday, July 08, 2017

The LuLac Edition #3548, July 8th, 2017

Trump inviting hacking last year. (CNN)
Minutes before TAHFQ goes into a meeting with Putin, he tweets, "Everyone here is talking about why John Podesta refused to give the DNC server to the FBI and the CIA."
Really? John Podesta? The guy who was Hillary's campaign chair? Everybody? The French President? The people screaming at Trump? Look, Podesta didn't own the server. The DNC did! So how can he turn over something he didn't own?
Then yesterday afternoon on WILK the afternoon host said Podesta should take his information to the Russians and have them prove it wasn't so. So the victim who was hacked, the victim needs to prove it happened? Wow.
Then the Foreign Policy experts called in and said that we should move on because the Russians didn't do anything. It's overblown they said. It's nuthin'.
Wait until they hack our power grid and these experts are going to be crying like little babies when their beer and kielbasa gets warm and starts to spoil.
Talk radio experts. Yesterday they said we should go after the leader of North Korea.
Offering advice on world wide conflict from their little house in Nan tee-coke and Burwick! I lasted 3 minutes and blasted some Spinners.

Congressman Matt Cartwright (Photo: LuLac archives) 

Recently, the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government passed a bill that included language from U.S. Representative Matt Cartwright’s Wage Grade Employee Parity Act. Rep. Cartwright is a member of the Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee. The bill now goes before the full House Appropriations Committee for consideration.
The Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee has jurisdiction over the Department of the Treasury, the Judiciary and federal courts system, the Executive Office of President (EOP), the District of Columbia, the Small Business Administration (SBA), and the Federal Labor Relations Authority, among other agencies.
The Wage Grade Employee Parity Act would guarantee that the percentage increase in the prevailing wage for Wage Grade, or hourly, employees is equivalent to the percentage increase received by General Schedule, or salaried, federal employees.
"I am thrilled that language from the Wage Grade Employee Parity Act was once again included in the appropriations bill passed out of the Subcommittee,” said Rep Cartwright. “Federal employees have been underappreciated and undervalued for far too long. Blue-collar workers deserve the same pay increase that white-collar workers receive.”
This language will affect nearly 2,000 hourly employees at Tobyhanna Army Depot, the Wilkes-Barre VA Medical Center, and at the Social Security Administration office located in Pennsylvania’s 17th District.
Language from the Wage Grade Employee Parity Act was also included in FY15, FY16, and FY17 spending bills that were signed into law.


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