Category: Columns

The editor of the Regio-Journal on topics that move him.
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Vacation madness of the federal government

This failure was announced! The question is slowly being asked whether the federal government has become addicted to the corona madness. Instead of a sensible solution to the legitimate returnee issue, the country is split up and “vacationers” and “stayers at home” incited against each other.

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Vacation abroad is not a shame!

Baden-Württemberg's Prime Minister Winfried Kretschmann (Greens) currently considers vacationing abroad to be "inappropriate". He calls for more vacation in Germany. In his words, he places trips abroad in the area of ​​moral reprehensibility. A critical comment.

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False hope from March to May ...

Looking back at March 2020: Peter Altmaier sits on the ARD talk show “Hart aber Fair” and gives the citizens a job guarantee: “We have so many reserves that we can promise that we will do everything, that there is no job and no healthy one Companies have to close and get lost. ”One comment - end of May 2020.

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Comment: Where is the much-needed solidarity?

The Saarland state parliament rejected the applications from the LINKE and AfD to suspend and reduce diets in 2020. The majority coalition of CDU and SPD is thus pushing through the increase of around 190 euros per month. Little can be seen of the much demanded solidarity. A comment.

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Comment: Finally the "Basta Policy" is over!

The Saarland constitutional court has - once again - raised its finger and thus also sent a signal at the federal level: the fundamental rights of the Saarlanders are inviolable - and must not be curtailed unnecessarily long. A comment on the subject.

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"Our crisis management works" - but nothing works without YOU!

The “mask requirement” has been in force in the Saarland since today - and the Saarland has provided five million free masks for its citizens. While the Saarland's top policy self-assured itself, the work on the municipalities got stuck - nothing works without the dedicated helpers on site. For this we say THANK YOU in a comment!

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When politics unmask itself

April 2020 - state-mandated break for thousands of companies. A slow "we can start again". Nevertheless: there are still too few professional respiratory masks in institutions. In order to save the economy, politicians unpack the "bazooka" and small businesses still face bankruptcy. The country's politics are unmasked and their years of inactivity. A comment.

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Comment: The choice of shame

The election quake in Thuringia continues to make waves. 24 hours after his surprising election, FDP head of state Thomas Kemmerich provides his prime ministerial post and resigns. A comment by Regio-Journal publisher Tobias Altherr.

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Comment: A penalty, but for what?

The citizens of Friedrichsthal voted. And the choice is clear: the SPD is the loser in the local elections. Losing more than 11 percent is a bitter defeat. A comment from the editor of the Regio-Journal

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Comment: Goodbye to stone deserts?

Bremen plans to ban stone deserts by law, as has already been implemented in other cities in the Federal Republic. It is said to be "put a stop to the creeping scrapping of the front gardens," says Bremen's environmental senator. Our Thalia has dealt with the topic. You can read what she thinks about this in her satirical column:

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Column: Thalia thinks… data protection on doorbells

Comprehensive data protection is implemented vigorously. Finally, if at first only in Austria, nails were made with heads. Strictly according to the motto: Oh, how good that nobody knows that I ... .. hot! After a tenant of a communal apartment felt disturbed in his privacy because his name is on the doorbell sign and referred to the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the verdict was reached: names on doorbell signs must be replaced by apartment numbers!

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Thalia says ... imported the enemy

Again and again we are startled by other bad news. Swine flu, swine fever, poultry flu, recurrence of tuberculosis and the plague, polio on the rise. Our Thalia can be found in your column about cheap imports, in which the "enemy" (the boxwood borer) was also imported.

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