In a world full of tweets, Instagram posts, and BuzzFeed quizzes, many Millennials haven’t taken time to think about big government and its implications, but I’m here to drop some knowledge on you as to why we should want to shrink government bureaucracy.
Let’s look at the big picture. Government agencies are ridiculously inefficient, they regulate pretty much every aspect of our lives, and they waste billions of tax dollars a year.
The New York Times is back with another attempted blockbuster on Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt. In two previous posts, I explained all the errors and ill-founded conclusions in the Times’s previous exposes; per usual, there is much less than meets the eye with the latest.
As the reality television drama in Washington continues to unfold, regulatory agencies pushed the 2017 Federal Register past the 35,000-page mark and issued 75 new rules ranging from Louisville’s air to migratory birds.