Executive Order 13817 and logistics


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1 hour ago, Emmanuel Goldstein said:

Executive orders hold no power over anything other than the Executive Department.

Ooh - warning - snark incoming. 

You're absolutely correct.  Other than matters that have to do with State, Treasury, Interior, Agriculture, Justice, Commerce, Labor, Defense, Health and Human Services, Housing and Urban Development, Transportation, Energy, Education, Veterans Affairs, and Homeland Security, executive orders really have no power whatsoever. 

And with a paltry $105 trillion to spend every year, and a scant 4.3 million employees to do the executive's will, what real impact could executive orders possibly have?



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