And Alaska is having none of it.
“We the people have been told there is no choice.”
Kissing opportunity goodbye, one denied permit at a time.
Do I contradict myself? Very well, then I contradict myself.
In a perfect world…
“Everybody booms in the process.” Preach it!
“‘We don’t need no stinkin’ badges. We’re the energy police.'”
“If you wanna’ build a coal plant, you’ve got a big problem.”
… regulatory adventurism, among other ambiguities.
“The average person cannot maintain a healthy weight in this obesity-promoting environment.”
“The ninth circle of business hell.”
Plus, the intellectual bankruptcy of the Obama administration.
Right. So why is it?
Institute for Justice files suit.
Most cite the economy, regulations.
The weight of regulation.
Breyer equally unimpressed, if not more so.
More symbolic non-action.
The End Prosperity Agency.
Who is the real king of costly regulations?
Process? We don’t need no steeenking process.
Page upon page upon page of rule-making.
Lawyers, lobbyists and federal employees.
The rise of red tape.
At a cost of $21 billion.
Too much red tape.
Plus, previewing the president’s jobs speech.
A presidential thank-you might be nice.
2nd place is barely a set of steak knives.
Cops alone won’t solve it.
Victim’s father was President Maduro’s supervisor back when he was a bus driver.
Democrats forgot all about the “era of good feelings”