Friday, October 29, 2010

REAL Regulatory Reform

We noted below a new regulatory intervention from OSHA which is as pointless as it will be expensive.

Tony Blankley recently suggested that the new Congress could make a very big impact on the Federal budget, as well as on private industry and OTHER Governmental units, and that suggestion is very simple. (The article is in the print-only version of Human Events.)

Strike ALL Federal regulations written since 1977.

All of 'em. Every damned single one.

Then, because some regulations written post '77 may be important and useful, re-instate them through the legislative process. In other words, make Congress responsible for its actions.

I know. It's a stretch to imagine that Congress could actually become responsible for its actions.

But we can dream.

And, if necessary, we will vote again. Soon.

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