School is back in session, and the Fall sports watching is in full swing! For many, that means Friday night football, followed by Saturday college games, and more football on Sunday. On Monday, everyone is reviewing the film and finding out what went right and what went wrong.
Too bad government doesn’t work that way. In the military, the mission wasn’t complete until the after-action review was done, but in the rest of the government, do they ever review the game film and find out where they failed? Meaning do they look for continuous improvement? It doesn’t seem that way.
It’s Time to Demand Competence
Is that really too much to ask from our government?
Is that too much to require from our elected officials?
Is Competence not what we expect in every other aspect of our lives?
Why aren’t the experts called in and listened to when something goes wrong?
Where are the experts to get rid of unemployment fraud? We wouldn’t tolerate the loss (stealing) of $2 billion in 18 months if our banks allowed that to happen. Massive fraud occurred in IDES, and the public still doesn’t have answers. The fund is still short $1.8 billion, and it is estimated that 50% of the disbursements were fraudulent.
Where are the educators? We are tolerating year after year of low student performance, and it’s getting worse. And in this report, Republicans are now investigating the use of federal pandemic relief money for Leftist indoctrination. From the letter in the link below, "Illinois received $5.1 billion, which it used partly “to emphasize ‘equity and diversity’ and make ‘“equity-driven investments.’ ”
How about the Naperville City Council? They voted overwhelmingly against a long-time business owner because they didn’t like his business. There is no rational argument to close a gun shop because some madman in Texas shot up a school, and the “expert” police failed to take action. The interview with Robert Bevis in the podcast section is a must-listen. All of us should be “up in arms” (dare I say that) over his treatment and the utter stupidity of the Naperville City Council.
We let legislators vote against 100 out of 102 state’s attorneys who are the experts on public safety and pass a law that literally makes second-degree murder a non-detainable offense. At least this state’s attorney is suing over it. The Kankakee State’s Attorney has a lawsuit against the SAFE-T Act as well.
Meanwhile, Saturday night in the West Loop, outdoor diners dove for cover as a gunman open-fired.
And Here's Greg Gutfeld Mocking Chicago's Leaders
When did we get so off track? It isn’t just costing us money; it is endangering our society.
Surprisingly, former Democrat Michael Schellenberger is asking the same question about competency.