Washington Examiner - Before I became an ink-stained wretch, I was a fourth-generation government worker on Capitol Hill and the executive branch. My father was a civil servant working for the Air Force at Tinker Field in Oklahoma City, and a grandfather and great-grandfather were rural mail carriers in East Texas.
So I bow to no one in my respect for public service. It’s in part because of that respect that I approach Mallory Factor’s new book, “Shadowbosses: Government Unions Control America and Rob Taxpayers Blind.” It hits the shelves on Tuesday.
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