Reagan + Bush + Clinton + Bush + Obama + Trump + OMB + Con gress = OSHAgate, right NY FBI?

https://www.foreffectivegov.org/node/3587

if God created OSHA to eradicate workplace hazards and fatalities then why has Uncle Sham intentionally under-staffed OSHA?

5,703 workers were killed on the job in the United States in 2006

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OSHA FY 2016 Enacted Full Time Employees 2,173

page 10/139

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4,821 workers were killed on the job in the United States in 2014

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Q: how many workers were killed on the job in the US in 2017?

A:

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OSHA ‘’has been responsible for raising public consciousness about safety and health issues.’’ — Mark de Bernardo

http://www.nytimes.com/1981/01/04/business/osha-epa-the-heyday-is-over.html?pagewanted=all&mcubz=0

Q: to eradicate workplace hazards and fatalities God created _____? A: OSHA

vs

In 1981, President Reagan gutted the OSHA budget (duh!)

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Q: to eradicate workplace discrimination God created ________? A: EEOC

vs

__________________[cock-a-doodle do!o] [cock-a-doodle do!o]
U.S. Department of Justice,
wakie wakie and grab your Google (your reel!)
let’s go fishing!
on G-D’S web
for(e!): between FY1981 and FY1983
President Reagan cut the EEOC’s teeny tiny budget by(e) 10 percent
vs
President Reagan increased the Pentagon’s budget by(e) $100 billion
p.s.
Trust but Verify
p.p.s.

vs

The Pentagon’s current ‘obligation authority’ stands at $222.2 billion for fiscal year 1982,
$253 billion for fiscal year 1983 and $288 billion for fiscal year 1984.
p.p.p.s.
shame! shame! shame! on y’all [Presidents + OMB + Congress]

_________________[cock-a-doodle do!o] [cock-a-doodle do!o]
U.S. Department of Justice,
wakie wakie and grab your Google (your reel!)
let’s go fishing!
on G-D’S web
for(e!): President Reagan proposes to increase the Defense Department’s military budget
to $313.7 billion next year (1986) from $284.7 billion this year (1985)
vs
President Reagan proposes to cut the EEOC’s teeny tiny budget
to $159 million next year (1986) from $165 million this year (1985)
p.s.
Trust but Verify
p.p.s.

p.p.p.s.

shame! shame! shame! on y’all [Presidents + OMB + Congress]

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U.S. Department of Justice,

Q: was EEOC a high priority of President Clinton?

He Clinton didn’t appoint an EEOC chairman for nearly 21 months.

He Clinton waited two full years before nominating an EEOC prosecutor.

He

p.s.

Trust but Verify

p.p.s.

p.p.p.s.

shame! shame! shame! on y’all [President(s) + OMB + Congress]

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U.S. Department of Justice,

He Bush gutted every regulatory agency

He Bush could get his hands on.

He Bush apparently saw no political advantage

(no spiritual advantage?) in ‘doing something’ about helping workers

(Celestial brothers and sisters) who dared to complain about bias

(report discrimination here up on earth).

p.s.

Trust but Verify

p.p.s.

p.p.p.s.

shame! shame! shame! on y’all [President(s) + OMB + Congress]

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Bush plants a kiss on Kemp’s head vs EEOC case dumping scandal (1965 — T imGolden)

https://plus.google.com/116787014531436181099
http://mn.gov/mnddc/ada-legacy/ada-legacy-moment25.html

The following is a video of the signing ceremony; at the end of the clip, (at -0:04 or 22:00) Bush plants a kiss on Kemp’s head:

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Q: y’all [Bush + Obama] signed 4 Acts and Executive Order 13672 and added how man y EEOC investigators?

https://www.eeoc.gov/eeoc/history/50th/thelaw.cfm

A: http://www.thefreedictionary.com/nada

in other words

Notification and Federal Employee Antidiscrimination and Retaliation Act of 2002

In May, Congress passes and President George W. Bush signs into law the Notification and Federal Employee Antidiscrimination and Retaliation Act of 2002 (No Fear Act), to become effective October 1, 2003. The act makes federal agencies accountable for violations of antidiscrimination and whistleblower protection laws, and requires agencies to post data about their EEO complaints on their public websites.

Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008

In May, Congress passes and President George W. Bush signs into law the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 (GINA), to become effective November 21, 2009. The act protects Americans against discrimination based on their genetic information with respect to health insurance and employment. Senator Ted Kennedy describes the legislation as the “first major civil rights bill of the new century.” The EEOC is given responsibility for enforcing Title II of GINA.

ADA Amendments Act of 2008

In September, Congress passes and President George W. Bush signs the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA), to become effective January 1, 2009. In the ADAAA, Congress rejects the holdings of two Supreme Court decisions that narrowed the definition of “disability” (Sutton v. United Airlines, Inc., 527 US 471 (1999) and Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, Inc. v. Williams, 534 US 184 (2002)), thus eliminating protection for many individuals with disabilities whom Congress had intended to protect. The ADAAA expands coverage and protection in several ways.

Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act of 2009

In January, Congress passes and President Barack Obama signs the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act of 2009. This law overturned the Supreme Court’s decision in Ledbetter v. Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Inc., 550 U.S. 618 (2007), which severely restricted the time period for filing complaints of employment discrimination concerning compensation. This law adopted the EEOC’s longstanding position that each paycheck that contains discriminatory compensation is a separate violation regardless of when the discrimination began. Particularly important for the victims of discrimination, the act is retroactive to May 28, 2007, the day before the Supreme Court issued its ruling in Ledbetter.

2010s

Executive Order 13672

In July, President Barack Obama signs Executive Order 13672, amending Executive Orders 11478 and 11246 to prohibit federal departments and agencies, contractors, and subcontractors from discriminating against individuals based on their sexual orientation or gender identity.

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From 2001 to 2008, EEOC lost 271 EEOC investigators
- Gabrielle Martin, November 19, 2009

https://plus.google.com/116787014531436181099

or

From 2001 to 2008, EEOC lost 271 EEOC investigators
- Gabriel le Martin, November 19, 2009

https://www.afge.org/publication/union-hopeful-eeoc-nomination-hearing-means-help-is-on-the-way/

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzGtvnjtGtM

p.s.

sip! sip! [drink God’s T orah]

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Q: EEOC serves as a watchdog?

A:

https://plus.google.com/116787014531436181099

p.p.s.

HE HE HE

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