Trump’s Anti-Red Tape Effort Shows Biggest Drop in New Edicts Since 1993

Government agencies in 2017 published the fewest pages of new regulations in the Federal Register since Bill Clinton was in the White House, according to the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI), a conservative Washington, D.C.-based think tank. A total of 1,579 regulations issued by Barack Obama and heading toward full implementation were either delayed or cancelled by… Please follow and like us:

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US State Department Explores Blockchain Tools

The U.S. State Department is exploring how blockchain technology could simplify all kinds of bureaucracy. “We’re interested to learn whether blockchain technology can have direct applications to many of the key features of our proposed redesign,” U.S. Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan said Tuesday at a blockchain forum in Washington D.C., according to CoinDesk. Secretary… Please follow and like us:

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China Might Shut Down All Bitcoin Trading Platforms

Chinese regulators are bringing down the hammer on the cryptocurrency industry. First, China banned all initial coin offerings last week. Then multiple newspapers and a few trusted Chinese sources reported the country could soon shut down all local bitcoin exchange platforms. At the moment, there are more rumors floating around than actual policies. On Wednesday, China’s… Please follow and like us:

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Thornberry Reform Bill Directs Pentagon to Just Buy Commercial Products Online

CAPITOL HILL: House Armed Services Committee Chairman Rep. Mac Thornberry’s third attempt to improve how the Pentagon buys weapons aims to simplify defense procurement and cut down on waste by using commercial buying methods. It directs the Pentagon to use online marketplaces such as Grainger, OfficeMax or Staples to buy items that currently are acquired through… Please follow and like us:

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French election: What does Emmanuel Macron stand for?

Emmanuel Macron’s victory against Marine Le Pen in the French presidential election has been greeted with relief across the country and abroad, but for many French citizens the choice was one made through gritted teeth. Data released by the polling company Ipsos shows 43 percent of French citizens voted for Macron out of opposition to his… Please follow and like us:

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Thursday markets: Fed to hike interest rates in March?

WASHINGTON, February 22, 2017 – Our columns have been appearing haphazardly over the last several days, though it’s not for lack of trying. Given the Tower of Babble that the Washington bureaucracy, the lamestream media and associated Soros-supported crazies have been building since November 9, 2016, it seems the current globalist game plan is to thwart… Please follow and like us:

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