Our readers have differing views about the celebration of Christmas and the role of religion in American life. But one agency says “Merry Christmas” is a “content violation.”
Mixing religious beliefs with government creates controversy–at least in recent years. How do readers feel about issues relating to the celebration of Christmas? Here is a summary of responses to issues on the topic of “Christmas and the Culture War.”
Will the controvery surrounding the 2006 pay raise for active federal employees have an impact on CFC donations this year? Here are the results of a recent survey.
Action by Congress to forego their pay raise in 2006 should not have an impact on the raise for federal employees according to the vast majority of survey respondents.
The veterans’ preference program stirs strong emotions in readers. It mixes patriotism and gratitude in some and feelings of discrimination against others who have not served in the military.
Readers responded to our poll on the issue of how to pay for the damage caused by hurricanes along the Gulf Coast and a proposal to change the formula for calculating federal retirement benefits.
Most readers think John Roberts, the nominee to be Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, should be confirmed and that he will be confirmed.
Readers rate the overall performance of the federal government during the hurricane relief efforts as “unsatisfactory” but a number of readers also place blame on state and local officials.
Does the current system of hiring new federal employees result in hiring well qualified people? Would a standardized test produce better results? Here are responses to a recent survey of FedSmith.com readers.
Readers weigh in on when, where and how they check their TSP balance and change their investment allocations.