OBAMA SETS REGULATION RECORDS: 527 PAGES IN ONE DAY, 81,640 THIS YEAR

Posted on November 17, 2016

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Free Beacon: “The Obama administration set a new record Thursday by producing 527 pages worth of new rules and regulations in a single day, bringing the president’s Federal Register up to 81,640 total pages for 2016, the most ever.”

Obama broke his previous 2010 record of 81,405 pages worth of rules and regulations published by the Register, the in-house journal, according to the Competitive Enterprise Institute.”

Zero Hedge: “According to data released by the Treasury Department yesterday, the US national debt has soared by a whopping $294 billion since the start of the 2017 fiscal year, just 45 days ago. So if they keep up this pace, the national debt will increase by $2.4 trillion this fiscal year, surpassing $21 trillion by next September.”

Obama just told America the country is moving in the right direction. “If you look at the basic indicators of where the country is right now the unemployment rate is as low as it has been in 8, 9yrs. Incomes and wages have both gone up over the last year faster than they have in a decade or two. We’ve got historically low uninsured rates.”

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