Wayne Crews

How the president can unilaterally limit the impact of regulations

Wayne Crews joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that while a president has to go through Congress as a practice to create new regulations that stick, but he doesn’t have to ask permission to limit the impact of existing regulations.

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Wayne Crews joins Jim Blasingame to report on how the regulatory philosophy and policies impacted the economy under these three administrations.
Will the Biden regulatory state channel the Obama-era state?
Wayne Crews joins Jim Blasingame to report that we can anticipate much about the Biden regulatory state based on what we saw during the Obama era, including more unions, and more contract work restrictions.
How will Section 230 – Big Tech’s free pass – work under the Harris/Biden administration?
Wayne Crews joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how Section 230 works, why it exists, who it protects, and the future of it under the new Harris/Biden administration.
The dangers being posed by tech oligarchs like Google, Apple and Amazon
Wayne Crews joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the recent coordinated take-down of the Parler website by the Big Tech oligarchs, and the implications of those actions politically and Constitutionally.
Wayne Crews joins Jim Blasingame to report that we can anticipate much about the Biden regulatory state based on what we saw during the Obama era, including more unions, and more contract work restrictions.