Republicans Restore the Fight for Separation of Powers

House Republicans introduced the fourth installment in their six-part agenda in an event in the Capitol’s Statuary Hall on Thursday. The plan takes aim at the “fourth branch,” the regulatory state which has accumulated powers of all three branches – “to make, enforce, and interpret the law.” Somewhere, Justice Scalia is smiling. The late justice…
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Want to Help the Working Class? Right-size the Regulatory State

Government regulations are not a sexy topic. They’re a nearly impenetrable bunch of bureaucrat-driven rules, written in language that makes James Joyce seem readable, and constantly updated and amended so you’re always out of date. And yet, regulations are probably are closest interaction we get with the government on daily basis. The issue becomes even…
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The American Economy Deserves Better than Current Regulatory and Tax Policies

A friend and I were talking today about just how difficult it will be to explain current memes to future generations. By and large this is a problem that past generations really didn’t have to deal with. Sure the 1920s may have a hard time explaining their love of mah-jongg, the 50s would need to…
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