regulation

More regulatory "teeth" would bite Michigan consumers, entrepreneurs

One of the more brilliant small-business moves I have seen is that of a formalwear store owner in Bridgeport, who expanded her services to offer laser teeth whitening. Brilliant, because those who buy high-end formal wear typically do so for a formal event — a wedding, prom, beauty pageant, etc. It makes sense that these … Continue Reading →

Obama's regulatory tsunami costs businesses trillions

As the central planners in the White House continue to stumble about in confusion over how jobs are actually created in this country, they have allowed the federal agencies under their direct control to bury any hope of a sustained recovery under a tsunami of regulation. According to a new study commissioned by the National … Continue Reading →