- Regulations should facilitate, not hinder, economic growth.
- Regulations should be transparent and responsive.
- Compliance should be as easy and inexpensive as possible.
- Regulations should be enforced fairly and consistently.
Good news for Ohioans last week; we aren’t like the rest of America.
Not a huge shock, but Democrats have recently been trying to attack Governor Kasich on a number of fronts.
Governor Kasich’s success is due to pro-growth policies that actually encourages entrepeneaurs instead Obama’s anti-business agenda.
Keep up the good work.
All Ohioans received great news on Friday when the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced that Ohio, unlike the rest of the nation, gained jobs in May and had a slight drop in the unemployment rate.
UPDATE (Bytor): Not only did Congressman Moonbeam start a program to teach Warren and Youngstown school kids how to meditate with raisins, he did it using almost 1 million of YOUR federal tax dollars.
Deep breathing exercises, meditation, instructions on how to think before acting, and methods on how to talk through a problem are all part of a curriculum being implemented in specified kindergarten and elementary classes in the Youngstown and Warren school districts. The Skills for Life program was made possible by a $982,000 earmark secured in 2009 by U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan, D-17 Ohio, for the Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning. Ryan is a champion of the effort and a strong advocate of developing “mindfulness” for personal and institutional growth in the United States.
What an appalling waste of taxpayer dollars. For Democrats like Congressman
Moonbeam Tim Ryan, I suppose trillion dollar deficits are OK, as long as we are teaching kids important subjects like “mindfulness” and “raisin meditation.”
The hits keep coming for Richard Cordray.
Although I fervently believe that their intentions are good and they are doing a great job, I can’t help but wonder what the deal is with some House Republicans lately.