How many ways can the government screw its citizens? Let me count the ways. Transparency in government? What a joke! Yesterday we talked about the real power in government being in the hands of the bureaucrats. Today let’s talk about one agency, EPA, and a scam that has been used for decades to get regulations […]Read more "Sue and Settle and Retard Economic Growth"
On the 15th of May, I wrote a post titled The Bureaucratic Swamp That Is D.C. (District of Corruption). It that post, I quoted from an article in the Washington Post by George Will who, in turn, used this quote from Christopher DeMuth (a Fellow of the Hudson Institute) at George Mason University: Government power is increasingly […]Read more "Career Bureaucrats Are Far Worse Than Our Elected Politicians"
Many of us, at one time or another, have seen the truth of the adage: You can’t fight City Hall. And, too many of our fellow citizens ave learned the hard way that fighting abuse of power by some federal bureaucrats is even worse than trying to fight City Hall. Judge Andrew Napolitano is famous for […]Read more "Government Intimidation Is Protected By Law"
Last month I saved an article by George Will in the Washington Post. In his article, he makes reference to and quotes from a presentation by Christopher DeMuth (a Fellow of the Hudson Institute) at George Mason University. DeMuth was explaining the perverse effects of progressivism. Paraphrasing DeMuth, Will wrote: Government power is increasingly concentrated […]Read more "The Bureaucratic Swamp That Is D.C. ( District of Corruption)"
We elect our President, our Congressmen, and our Senators to do nothing more than protect our rights and interests. However, most of our elected officials seem to to be interested in pursuing their own agendas, their positions of power, and in increasing their power. They have forgotten that they are merely temporary employees of the […]Read more "Transparency in Government _ Is that too much to ask?"