The Democrats need to get serious about controlling the carnage of the government; Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid are on the agenda. The Republicans intend to destroy this government and as a result the people will be facing danger in their lives.
Airlines met at the White House, that interprets into "Fly at your own risk." What changes are taking place at the NTSB; no more maintenance logs?
Watch for roll backs of "noise pollution" and barriers around airports.
I hope the impeachment pens are at work because Trump is building momentum into promoting his personal agenda to serve his own wealth. Once all these issues find a full head of steam the USA is lost and the wealthy have no end to their greed.
Democrats should be keeping an active log leading to impeachment. They should be building their own head of steam to impeachment and the obvious dangers opening up to the people. They need to build their own populous that is based in fact and agenda.
The unions need to realize there are no more reasons to reduce wages, cut back on benefits or hurt pensions. Wall Street is getting all sorts of gifts from the Oval Office. The cost of operations across the board is going to far less. There is no reason to oppress the influence of unions and worker productivity. That productivity needs to include SAFE WORK ENVIRONMENTS and not slip shod practices allowed by Trump.
Trump has promised to make American great again, that includes union members and the protections they afford.
February 10, 2017
The Republican chairman (click here) of a key House of Representatives committee has laid out his plan to roll back Wall Street rules and consumer protections conceived after the 2008 financial crisis, a step that will largely define the financial deregulation debate in the Trump era.
Jeb Hensarling, chairman of the Financial Services Committee, outlined his legislation to clear away many rules bankers say have hobbled investment and economic growth in a staff memo seen by Reuters on Thursday.
The plan comes after President Donald Trump on Friday signed a largely symbolic executive order that outlined an intention to ease banking rules, which he and other critics of the Dodd-Frank reform law passed after the financial crisis say hinder lending.
Under Hensarling's plan, the largest U.S. banks would face less oversight—though not as little as they had been hoping for—while startups would have easier access to investors....