Trump’s Hard Truth for the GOP: Conservatism Doesn’t Matter

The Fiscal Times mentions Wayne Crews's annual report on the size and costs of federal regulations. 

An explosion of regulatory activity at the federal level now has Washington encroaching on the businesses and lives of more Americans than ever, the cost for which the Competitive Enterprise Institute estimates as $15,000 a year for every US household. That gives even greater opportunities for small-government conservatives to offer specific solutions that will improve the lives of people in a direct and concrete manner.

Read the full article at The Fiscal Times.