The EPA Assaults the Private Sector – and the Environment

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There are few things more dangerous to private enterprise than government bureaucrats with time on their hands. And since most bureaucrats have no legitimate reason for being – they have lots and lots of time on their hands. In 2009, the federal government had at least 2,748,978 employees – and 97.6% of civilian federal employees […]

The Private Sector Giveth – and Government Taketh Away

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It is – sadly, always – a clash of two titans. The private sector and government. There are claims made that it is – or can be – a symbiotic relationship. The free market and government – walking hand-in-hand into a brighter tomorrow. But it is never symmetrical – it is always adversarial. In large […]

Why Are Republicans Resurrecting Failed Green Energy Subsidies?

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Thank goodness we last November gave the Republicans the Senate majority. Who besides the GOP would resurrect government money for ridiculous “green” “energy” – which is neither green nor energy? To the tune of tens (if not hundreds) of billions of dollars more down the juice-less rat hole. Oh yeah – every Democrat on the […]

Soviet Union 2.0 – The Environmental Protection Agency

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Former President Richard Nixon is an ancestral RINO – Republican In Name Only. The wobbly GOP wing that insists on delivering us Diet Democrat policies. So it was in 1970 when President Nixon signed an executive order creating the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Get that? A unilateral fiat – how very pre-Barack Obama of him. […]

Free Trade? Yes. Anti-Constitution, Anti-Transparency TPA/TPP? Definitely No

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Flying under the free trade flag, many in DC are pushing the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and fast-track Trade Promotion Authority (TPA). U.S. President Barack Obama Defends Trans-Pacific Partnership Speaker John Boehner: More Trade = More American Jobs (Senate Majority Leader Mitch) McConnell Urges Cooperation on Trade Legislation Is the TPP actually free trade? Well, we […]