The Economist...ran a series of articles this week about the overregulation of America. The articles paint a grim picture of the red and green tape that is strangling our economic growth and imposing a massive collective burden on American business and consumers.
NEWS: The Economist "The Rule of More; Rule-Making is Being Made to Look More Beneficial Under Barack Obama"February 17, 2012 | ICYMI
Editorial: Class WarfareThe Wall Street Journal Repealing an entitlement that even the White House says won't work.
OPINION / VIDEO: Newspapers Across the Country Question Obama's Stand Against Jobs and Rep. Fred Upton Discusses the Keystone XL Pipeline on CNBCJanuary 19, 2012 | ICYMI
WASHINGTON, DC -- The editorial outcry has begun in response to President Obama's misguided decision to reject the Keystone XL pipeline application with newspapers quickly taking the president to task for taking a stand against job creation and energy security for our country....
13 DAYS since Congress demanded action132 DAYS since State Dept. said Keystone XL was the "preferred" optionMORE THAN THREE YEARS since Keystone XL permit was filed How much longer will President Obama make America wait? The Washington Times Pipeline backers put Obama on clockBy Tim Devaney
Despite previous notions that the U.S. was running out of fuel supplies, North America is now experiencing an energy production boom.
The Obama Administration is putting one of our basic needs at risk--our ability to keep the lights on. President Obama's Environmental Protection Agency is proposing costly new regulations on America's power sector that could have widespread impacts on the reliability of our electric grid. Analyses have projected that these new rules will cause a significant portion of our power supply to go offline.