The Washington Examiner cites Wayne Crews' work on the scope of President Obama's record-setting regulations:
What's more, Obama still has half a month to go and late December can be a big time of imposing new regulations. Clyde Wayne Crews,vice president of policy for the Competitive Enterprise Institute,predicts that Obama will break his personal best and world record of 81,405 pages.
"President Obama has no peer in Federal Register bloat, today setting records compared to both himself and all past presidents. Of the seven highest-ever annual page counts since the Federal Register first began in 1936, six of them belong to Obama as of today," Crews said in a report headlined, "Obama Cements Status as King of Regulatory Bloat."