Pence Report Slams Biden’s Regulatory Overreach, Backs Limited Govt

Former President Ronald Reagan once said that the scariest words in the English language are, “I’m from the government and I’m here to help.” He believed that when the government gets involved, it often creates more problems than it solves.

Former Vice President Mike Pence and his nonprofit organization, Advancing American Freedom, released a new report called “Rise Of The Regulatory State: The Growing Maze of Red Tape Straining Our Economy.” This report shows how government regulations are getting out of control and harming the nation’s economy. The report also highlights the excessive power given to regulatory agencies and the need to limit their influence.

Pence commented on the report, stating that the Biden administration’s attempts to “help” have resulted in high inflation, burdensome regulations, and intrusive mandates. He emphasized the American people’s desire for limited government intervention and fewer regulations, in order to achieve prosperity and make life easier for everyone.

House Speaker Mike Johnson made headlines recently for showing his support for former President Donald Trump at a trial in New York City. This move has caused significant attention and discussion in the media, with many outlets covering the story.

CNN executive Sam Feist has been appointed as the new CEO of C-SPAN, a nonprofit public affairs network. The Board of Directors praised Feist for his leadership and innovation in the media industry and expressed confidence in his ability to lead C-SPAN into the future.

According to Nielsen Media Research, Fox News Channel continues to lead the cable competition in terms of viewership. Its programs consistently attract large audiences, with shows like “The Five,” “Jesse Watters Primetime,” and “Hannity” maintaining high ratings and outperforming their competitors.

A recent poll conducted by CVS Health and Morning Consult revealed that a majority of U.S. adults are concerned about mental health issues, including the well-being of their children and loved ones. Many are open to seeking help from therapists and mental well-being apps to address these concerns.

Overall, these developments show a growing concern among Americans about government overreach, media leadership changes, and mental health issues.

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