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Thanks for posting this article.
No more deserving man to recognize w his own holiday. The man believed & practiced peaceful civil disobedience. I believe he would have been appalled by what has passed for protest in this country in the last couple of years & certainly since Nov. 8th. Furthermore he would have strongly condemned it. Unlike some sore losers who have been noticeably silent in condemning it (https://public-blog.nrc-gateway.gov).
Very well said my fellow American.
I saw some government propaganda in the back room of a US Post Office. It said “Diversity is our strength”. Which is utter bunk. Diversity itself does not by itself create any strength. Unity is strength, the ability to collaborate is strength, having the best person on the job, not based upon race or “non-whiteness” is a strength. Having people who not just want to work, along with those who have to work (most of us) is a strength, as opposed to the current administration who have worked so hard to create a class of people who expect that they “deserve stuff”.
But thanks for the blog and open communication. I hope that under Trump, NRC personnel feel totally open in bringing problems to light. I hope that 7 NRC personnel won’t have to submit problems as private citizens, instead, that they can submit problems through the normal work channels.
Carry on, but not in the same old ways. Get tough, reward success, and penalize failure, and SEVERELY penalize those who try to cover up problems at nuke plants.
Thanks for posting this NRC.
No more deserving man to recognize w his own holiday. The man believed & practiced peaceful civil disobedience. I believe he would have been appalled by what has passed for protest in this country in the last couple of years & certainly since Nov. 8th. Furthermore he would have strongly condemned it. Unlike some sore losers who have been noticeably silent in condemning it.
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A statue intended to honor MLK Jr was outsourced to China. The statue looks more like Chairman Mao than our beloved Mr. King.
Perhaps as we try as a nation to bring jobs & industry back here we can soon honor Dr. King w a proper, fitting, & homemade memorial!
Right on! Dr. King would have closed down all the stupid in 8 years in office, there’s still a huge level of incompetence maintaining too much authority for a safe industry, according to the suburban housewife who is really smart on most everything. I was so afraid you were gonna say, “the blog is going away”! Glad you are in existence for us to understand our government better! #gratitude <3nikiV
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