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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Charles T. Drevna
America's unemployment problem isn't get- ting any better. The Labor Department announced Thursday that jobless claims remained essentially unchanged, meaning 9.1 percent are without work. President Obama's response to the situation has been a call for more government intervention, so soon the only places hiring will be federal and state agencies.
In a meeting with The Washington Times editorial page on the impact of proposed regulations, he explained, "If you enact any of these things, it's going to throw us back to the Flintstones."
Mr. Drevna argues that eliminating the worst of the EPA's regulations would spark a renaissance in American industry.