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By Tammy Bruce
Sheryl Sandberg, Beyonce are bossy women trying to ban bossy from our vocabulary
Topic - Richard L. Thornburgh
Two former U.S. attorneys general are urging House Republicans to adopt a new rule in the new Congress to rein in federal criminal charges. It's an important step to protect innocent Americans from the net of an overzealous government leviathan.
From 2000 through 2007, Mr. Meese and Mr. Thornburgh wrote, "Congress enacted 452 new federal crimes. That is an average of one new crime enacted every week of every year."