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Thanks Senator Boozman

As we are all either trying to wind our way down to the new year or get those last couple of presents squared away, Washington, DC was at it again trying to spend away the future. The good news is that Senator Boozman kept his promise to preserve spending limits. We hope that you take [...]

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Just another example of job killing regulations overseen by unelected bureaucrats.

October 20, 2011 J

Dan Riehl of BigGovernment.com has the story.

Some called it a gaffe when current Vice President Joe Biden was caught on video saying, “No Coal Plants Here in America,” during the 2008 campaign. Now, thanks to a bit of curious timing, the Obama administration may be a step closer to achieving that very thing, destroying up to 1.4 million jobs in the progress. The move will also lead to a significant increase in energy prices; however, it may be too late to do anything about all that by the time the information comes to light. And yet some think Wall Street, not Washington, is the problem.

Here’s the issue–one part of it, anyway. Connect the dots, beginning with this Federal Energy Regulatory Commission item.

Americans for Prosperity Applauds Congressman Mike Ross for Standing Up to the NLRB

September 15, 2011 J

LITTLE ROCK — Today the House of Representatives passed on a critical bill (238-186) to stop the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) from destroying American jobs. The Protecting Jobs from Government Interference Act was introduced by Congressman Tim Scott (R-S.C.) in response to the NLRB’s gross overreach attempting to move a Boeing production facility in South Carolina.

“I applaud Congressman Tim Scott and the representatives who stood up against the NLRB,” said AFP Vice President for Policy Phil Kerpen. “It’s really a sad state of affairs that in the United States we need legislation to remind bureaucrats they cannot make decisions about where businesses locate. This bill is critical to ensuring that the NLRB cannot interfere in important business decisions.”