Mulvaney Will Be A Check On Federal Regulations, Overspending

Opinion | Ron Prestage
UNITED STATES - NOVEMBER 16:  Rep. Mick Mulvaney, R-S.C., prepares for a Joint Economic Committee hearing in Hart Building on the impact of infrastructure investment on job creation, focusing on the manufacturing sector.  (Photo By Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call) | Getty

We know Mick Mulvaney will help lift the yokes of federal overspending and overregulation off our backs.

After Eight Years Of Drowning In Obama's Regulations, America Can Come Up For Air

Opinion | Rep. Scott DesJarlais
President Barack Obama attends the Armed Forces Full Honor Review Farewell Ceremony for Obama at Joint Base Myers-Henderson Hall in Arlington, Virginia, January 4, 2017. (Photo credit: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)

As the current president prepares to leave office, it seems hope and change is finally arriving.

Regulatory Reform Is Essential To Separation Of Powers

Opinion | Rep. Bob Gibbs
Members of United Mine Workers of America hold a rally outside the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) headquarters in Washington October 7, 2014. The coal miner's union members rallied against proposed EPA Clean Power Plan rules, which the union claims will eliminate thousands of coal industry-related jobs. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
President Obama and federal agencies seem to have forgotten that Congress writes the laws.

Governments Are Banning A Product That Could Save Millions Of Lives

Opinion | Lekshmi Nair
Jason Fourmont (R) exhales vapor from his e-cigarette before attending a city council meeting that will address the legality of indoor use of the device in New York December 19, 2013. The New York City Council on Thursday will vote on a bill that would add electronic cigarettes to the city's strict smoking ban. E-cigarettes are slim, reusable metal tubes that contain nicotine-laced liquid in a variety of exotic flavors such as bubble gum and bacon. As a "smoker" puffs on the device, the nicotine is heated and releases a vapor that, unlike cigarette smoke, contains no tar, which is known to cause cancer and other diseases. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

The WHO and a number of countries are frantically regulating and even banning e-cigarettes.

Real Government Reform: Change In Infrastructure Policy In Trump Administration

Opinion | Dean Chambers
Donald Trump (Getty Images)

This is an opportunity for bold and innovative ideas.

The GOP Shouldn't Be Growing The Regulatory State

Opinion | George Landrith
Johny Hendricks, right, exchanges punches with Georges St. Pierre, of Canada, during a UFC 167 mixed martial arts championship welterweight bout on Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013, in Las Vegas. St. Pierre won by split decision. (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken)

America didn’t elect Republicans to do a congressional takeover of mixed martial arts

Shovel-Ready Broadband Investment, Maybe

Opinion | Alan Daley & Steve Pociask
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) logo is seen before the FCC Net Neutrality hearing in Washington February 26, 2015. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas

The new Congress must reduce regulations that discourage private investment and competition.

Everything, In Moderation

Opinion | Derek Hunter
WASHINGTON - SEPTEMBER 17: Love Kitchen Road Manager Doug Ruthven slices a pizza, made by the mobile kitchen, for distribution in front of the Department of Veterans Affairs building September 17, 2007 in Washington, DC. The Love Kitchen was in town to provide hot pizza meals to homeless people including homeless veterans. Little Caesar's founder Michael Ilitch was awarded with the Secretary's Award Monday by the Department of Veterans Affairs to recognize his support of veterans. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Humility is what big government lacks, even a little.

Affordable Housing Shortage's Not-So-Affordable Solution

Opinion | Brian T. Hodges

Inclusionary zoning measures, by their very nature, only add to the affordability problem.

Donald Trump: The Consumer's President

Opinion | Brian J. Wise
U.S. President elect Donald Trump speaks at election night rally in Manhattan, New York, U.S., November 9, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Segar/File Photo

If we’ve learned anything from his historic victory, it’s that he’s not afraid of a fight.

Democrats Vs. The Sharing Economy

| Laurens ten Cate
A driver displays Uber and Lyft ride sharing signs in his car windscreen in Santa Monica, California, U.S., May 23, 2016.

This link between big Democrats and union bosses show a party platform stuck in the 1930s.

The Road To Hell Is Paved With Taxes. Take Note, New York

Opinion | Seton Motley
Snow piles up from heavy machinery clearing roads near a road sign on Route 5 highway following an autumn snow storm in Lackawanna

Will New York take heed and reverse court? Or continue down their self-laid road to ruin?

The Nuisance Of Alarmist Litigation

Opinion | Julie Gunlock
A gavel is seen in a hearing room in Panama City April 7, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso

Californians deserve a legal system that distinguishes between a naked grab for money and real cases worthy of attention.

Broadband: Virtue Or Vice?

Opinion | Katie McAuliffe
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) logo is seen before the FCC Net Neutrality hearing in Washington February 26, 2015. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas

It’s easy to be “altruistic” with other people’s money.

Backlash Against Sharing Economy Worthy Of The Luddite Label

Opinion | John Bicknell
File photo of a  driver displaying Uber and Lyft ride sharing signs on his car windscreen in Santa Monica

Liberals have long demanded that government stay out of our bedrooms. But now the hysteria revolves around bedrooms hosting tourists.

E-Cigarettes And The Limits Of Regulation

Opinion | Jan Verleur
New E-Cigarette Regulations Go Into Effect In New York City And Chicago

The pace of progress shows how urgently we need to balance the benefits of innovation with the need for rules.

Right To Work 2.0: A Pro-Growth Platform For The 21st Century

Opinion | Derek Khanna
Memory chip parts of U.S. memory chip maker MicronTechnology are pictured at their booth at an industrial fair in Frankfurt

Instead of taking on thousands of regulations one by one, let’s create a new statute that knocks them out permanently.

Rethinking Regulation: Moving Away From Black-And-White Views

Opinion | Cindy Fornelli
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator arrives to sign a proposal under the Clean Air Act to cut carbon pollution from existing power plants during a news conference in Washington June 2, 2014. The U.S. power sector must cut carbon dioxide emissions 30 percent by 2030 from 2005 levels, according to federal regulations unveiled on Monday that form the centerpiece of the Obama administration's climate change strategy. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT) - RTR3RVIJ

Most investors don’t see regulation in monolithic terms. None of us should.

How The National Labor Relations Act Succeeded

Opinion | Nick Zaiac

The threat of unionization has improved conditions for workers