government regulations

Every policy that has failed Forgotten America is a policy supported by Hillary Clinton

In his remarks to the Economic Club of Detroit Donald Trump has it exactly right – the current economic disaster visited on America’s working families isn’t some natural disaster, it’s a political and politician-made disaster, and Hillary Clinton supported every bit of it.

Schooling Trump and entrepreneurs in nanny state lessons

Mark J. Fitzgibbons, American Thinker

The nanny state discourages entrepreneurship in so many ways, and while licensing laws are certainly useful for certain professions, the nanny state has taken to requiring licenses for average businesses and imposing other regulatory burdens that interfere with success.  It is no wonder that small business owners fed up with the nanny state are flocking to Trump.

Americans Sick of Govt Regulation

Betsy McCaughey,

A whopping 59% say they’d like to send a “leave me alone” message to Washington, while only 32% say their message is “lend me a hand.” People are fed up with gov't bossing them around, according to an 8/14 Fox poll of registered voters. It suggests R's have a good shot at taking seats from D's. 

Report: Obama To Release $34 Billion In New Regs. After Mid-Terms

Michael Bastasch, Daily Caller

In 2012, the Obama admin. was heavily criticized for delaying major regulations until after the presidential election.

Former Estab. Rep: GOP Should Embrace TEA Party

Bill Tauzin, Politico

Can the Republian Establishment and TEA Party come together on tax simplification and reducing regulations? Former GOP-E-turned-lobbyist Billy Tauzin seems to think so.

Burdensome Taxes, Regs Are Killing Jobs

Dr. Paul C. Broun (R-GA), Breitbart

Conservative candidate Rep. Paul Broun says his JOBS Act is the solution to creating jobs and getting gov't off the backs of U.S. businesses. "It’s time the U.S. is once again seen as a land of opportunity – and that starts with putting our tax code and current job policies under microscope."

Rules and Rule Makers

Jon N. Hall, American Thinker

The danger for society posed by these mountains of new rules spewing forth from government is that they create disrespect for the very idea of rules.