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Ever wonder why you and your colleagues are so trim, so care free and with all that disposable income. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says that studies have shown this to be true because feds don't eat, don't have cars or mortgages or pay taxes.
President Colleen Kelley sends letter to Congress.
Most federal workers are probably fed up with politicians and media personalities who are complaining about federal pay, but Senior Correspondent Mike Causey's heard from one who says he's ashamed of his colleagues whining about pay.
Be honest. Think like a taxpayer and consumer. Shed your Uncle Sam suit. Isn't it true that maybe federal workers are overpaid for what they do? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey has some examples.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics has weighed in on a recent USA Today article that said federal employees, on average, earn more than their private sector counterparts in more than eight out of ten occupations.
If you are in the 6-figure salary range you might want to duck and cover. Congress wants to find out what you are doing, where you are doing it and whether you are a long-time fed or somebody hired in the last 18 months. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey has the details.
If you like big government conspiracy theories you are going to love today's Federal Report. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey confirms that the first manned lunar landing was an inside job and that the first person to walk on the Moon was a government worker.