Dr. Jane Orient: Nowhere does the U.S. Constitution give the federal government the authority to regulate the practice of medicine. And it is a very good thing that federal intervention and standards didn’t begin in 1789.
U.S. Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA), a member of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, questioned Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt on his efforts to roll back harmful rules and regulations.
Congressman David Young (R-Iowa): Big one-size-fits-all government regulations are choking our economy. That is what I hear when visiting with Iowans across Iowa’s 3rd Congressional District.
Congressman David Young (R-IA): We need to create a culture of accountability and put a face on the regulations coming out of Washington.
Brian Myers and Shane Vander Hart talk with Dr. Bob Stouffer, principal of Oksaloosa Christian School, about importance of parental involvement in education,
“The consequences of the things that you put in your regulations lack common sense…if the federal government can regulate the kind of relationship between parents and their children on their own family’s farm, there is almost nothing off-limits in which we see the federal government intruding in a way of life.” – Kansas Republican Senator Jerry […]
By Sarah Palin In the wake of the recent financial meltdown, Americans know that we need reform. Not only have many individuals learned lessons about personal responsibility through this, but we’ve been able to engage in a discussion about government’s appropriate role. The current debate over financial reform demonstrates what happens when political leaders react […]
1. The Jungle Hut: Understanding Latin American Politics by Rita Vernoy It’s complicated. It is complicated by the culture and the history. All of the Latin American countries have a kind of democracy…most of the time. In spite of the independence each country has won from their past revolutions, there seems to be no method […]