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  • Thousands of Feds in Prison
    Celtic Wolf
    When I was in graduate school for a Masters in Public Administration, I was given an assignment (Public Management Course) to review an Arizona prison budget and make 10, 20, then 33% cuts. My research into the roles of the various staff (guards, medical, admin, food services and such) as well as the support budget (cleaning materials, toiletries, and such) made me very aware of what it takes (financially) to run a prison. Then in the military I saw the military prisons and also detention centers. What have I learned? Those who work in prisons daily earn the respect of all law enforcement, and hopefully all Americans.
    Celtic Wolf
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  • Thousands NOT in prison
    David L
    And here I thought Mike was going to cover those in the Federal sector that have abused (and continue to abuse) the public trust, get written up by various Inspectors General and essentially retire, with full benefits and little more than a slap on the wrist. Unlike their private sector counterparts who are rarely so lucky.
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