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
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.