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WFED's Mike Causey says if there is a shutdown, it will be very different from the partial government shutdowns in 1995 and 1996.
This week's show focuses on the continuing possibility of a government shutdown. Guests include Steve Watkins and Sean Reilly from the Federal Times and AFGE's Witold Skwierczynski.
March 2, 2011
If there is a government shutdown some federal workers have a plan to punish the politicians who caused it. Unfortunately some of their tactics are the equivalent of shooting themselves in the foot. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey explains.
Did you hear about the 3-year federal pay freeze? Lots of people got the word Saturday and, considering the source was the President, it made them a tad nervous. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says not to worry... much.
Friday midnight is the deadline for a possible government shutdown but Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says the Great Government Shutdown of 2011 would not be like your father's shutdown of 1995-96 which also included a blizzard. He says there is more good news, and even more very bad news, for government workers this time around.
There's a new reality show in the works with a cast of millions. If everything goes wrong, says Senior Correspondent turned TV critic Mike Causey, it will debut in early March with a cast of millions who will get paid nothing for their trouble.
Where were you during the last government shutdown? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey has tracked down some survivors who relive what, for some, was a nightmare while others recall it as the good old days.
The shutdown 15 years ago could provide insight for feds but no guarantees can be made.
The possibility of a government shutdown next month is very real. So what were the lessons learned in the last big shutdown 15 years ago? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says there is plenty of history, but a lot of it is being written by people who weren't in government, or who were maybe teenagers when it happened.
When it comes time to retire will you be financially able to pull the plug? For one in three Americans the answer is 'No'. But for federal and postal employees, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says the picture is much brighter and tells you how working feds can get hands on help.