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Legislative Resolutions, Legislative Priorities for 2013: #1 Reduce Regulations

Given President Obama’s abdication in presenting select priorities to the Congress, Selfish Citizenship took the initiative to spell out the top seven legislative priorities for 2013 at the beginning of the year. While spending and taxing are given high priority … Continue reading

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Snow, the Federal Government, and the Risk Management of One Size Fits All

Outside of the local area probably nobody noticed, but last Wednesday the federal government was closed in DC. The night before OPM (Office of Personnel Management) said that the federal government was open and that everybody should report to work … Continue reading

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Are Government Regulations Inherently Illegitimate?

In the TOS blog, Michael A. LaFerrera has a post titled, “Where does Valid Law End and Regulation Begin?”  It is a relevant question with an easy answer, but the post’s analysis totally misses the mark in my opinion. The … Continue reading

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