Posts Tagged: Gov Doesn’t Suck

Vets and Boomers: How Did It Feel? (GovLoop’s Latest on HuffPo)

The latest GovLoop piece on HuffPo is up! Here’s how it starts: Veterans: Do you remember what it was like to return from World War II as heroes, hearing a strong and sincere “welcome home” from an adoring American public? Baby Boomers: Do you remember how it felt to hear President Kennedy’s inspiring inauguration appeal,Read… Read more »

GovLooper Rally Makes the Christian Science Monitor, 3rd Most Viewed Article

Here’s the Christian Science Monitor article: “Government Workers: We Need Love, Too” Excerpt: Everyone knows the Jon Stewart/Stephen Colbert Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear on the National Mall in Washington Saturday is a counterweight to Glenn Beck’s Restoring Honor rally in the same venue back in August. But betcha didn’t know there was anotherRead… Read more »

The Cost of Working for the Government: My Reason Why Government Doesn’t SUCK!

Considering a job with the Government may be a tough decision, at least in the financial aspect. Nonetheless, many young, bright minds seek a position with the government. For me it has been a life long dream, but now in my mid-twenties, with student loans from undergraduate and graduate school, a child, a mortgage, aRead… Read more »

More than Money; or How Government Is Like a Double Overhead Cam

In advance of the Government Doesn’t Suck Rally, I wanted to answer a question here that I encountered on Facebook Questions: Why are there so many smart people just focused on making money? I answered: Like a lot of people, I disagree with the thrust of this question. My parents are wicked smart, as isRead… Read more »

‘Government Doesn’t Suck’ march planned

Amid growing dissatisfaction with federal employees, a group of younger, web-savvy feds plan are planning to march on Saturday in defense of their coworkers on the sidelines of Jon Stewart‘s “Rally to Restore Sanity.” Organizers of the “Government Doesn’t Suck March” (their choice of words, not ours) were inspired in part by last week’s WashingtonRead… Read more »