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Was never a yuge fan of Trump but this seems like a big deal:

The government has added an average of 13,000 new restrictions annually for the past 20 years. Under Trump, the number of new regulations is near zero.

6 Responses to “Good”

  1. Paul Koning Says:

    A couple of years ago I pulled up some data from the Federal Register. It turns out that, for several decades now, the Federal Register has averaged 200 or so pages per day, every day.
    So if someone tells you that “ignorance of the law is no excuse” the answer is that, in reality, there is not a single person in the country who knows what the law is. Not at the rate of 200 new pages daily.

  2. Lyle Says:

    Well that’s a start– The giant tanker ship of government interference and confiscation must come to a stop before it can hit full reverse.

    We could be repealing laws, “regulations”, taxes and rules, full-time, for the next five or ten generations and still not run out of things to repeal, or departments and bureaus to close. Give the parasite-ninnies something constructive to do for a change.

    Eventually, if that process were to continue, America’s promise might one day, for the first time ever, be fulfilled.

  3. JTC Says:

    One of DT’s first EO’s was the two for one rule, that for every new law or regulation two must be killed. That’s pretty close to full reverse if followed and continued.

    America’s promise might one day be fulfilled if Trump’s promise is…to make America great again, or more exactly to allow America to be great again.

    All of the incredibly irritating demeanor and abrasiveness and defensiveness (can you blame him for that?) aside, he’s trying and succeeding to some degree though you will never see it acknowledged or supported by any mainstream vested interest…said vested interest being to destroy Trump, no matter if it means destroying America in the process.

    That is because the fulfillment of America’s promise and the success of the American movement that propelled Trump and *their* interests as enacted and guided by him, is anathema and death to all of them. You might not love Donald Trump, who does? But if you love America and yearn for its promise of greatness, you better support the CEO you have chosen to help achieve it.

  4. JTC Says:

    https://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2017/01/trumps-regulation-eo/515007/

  5. mikee Says:

    The two things about Trump are:
    1. He fights.
    2. Sometimes he wins.
    I’m ok with that.

  6. Fairlane Says:

    How can you not be a fan of Trumps?