In a recent speech in Tallahassee, Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush called on a number of reforms he feels are needed in Washington, several of which were aimed directly at federal workers.
The political battle over federal pay and benefits continues to rage and may become an issue in the 2012 presidential election.
Rick Perry has released a plan outlining how he would reduce the size of the federal government if he was to be elected President.
GOP Presidential candidate Rick Perry has released his plan for cutting federal spending and reducing the deficit. It contains some proposals that are likely to be of interest to federal employees.
We have occasionally asked readers for their opinions on the presidential election. Our reader preference generally follows national trends. Readers expressed a preference as the nominee for each party earlier this year. As the campaign progressed, each candidate has come out on top at different times. Here are the results of our last survey before the presidential election of 2008.
The author looks at the legality of some of the media’s questions regarding Governor Sarah Palin and how these compare to EEOC guidance on the “Maternal Wall.”
Which candidate would readers prefer to see as the Republican nominee for President? The last time we surveyed readers was in February and Rudy Giuliani came in first. This time, a newcomer to the race finished first. There is also a much stronger showing for a candidate who has done well in the recent debates.
Who do readers favor to be the Democratic nominee for President next year? A few months can make a big difference as voters learn more about the candidates and hear their positions. This year is no exception and the latest survey shows a dramatic difference.
Allegations that the Treasury Dept. used federal employees inappropriately to attack the Kerry tax proposal have been made public.
FedSmith.com readers select Wesley Clark over Howard Dean in stating a preference for Democratic nominee