Statements about Government regulation
"The average age of the minimum wage worker is 35 years old."
"It was Dan Sullivan who wrote a bill to cut Alaskans out of those decisions" about where they can hunt and fish.
Due to actions by President Barack Obama, "the Burger King national headquarters announced this month that they will be pulling their franchises from our military bases."
"Public display of a long rifle is perfectly legal in Texas."
New carbon regulations will increase electric bills by "$17 billion every year" and "potentially put an average of 224,000 more people out of work every year."
"Today, the five largest financial institutions are 38 percent bigger than they were back in 2008, when they were too big to fail."
The incandescent light bulb "has no effect whatever on the planet."
Says Attorney General Eric Holder recently revealed "this idea to have government have gun owners wear special bracelets that would identify you as a gun owner."
The Bundy Ranch deal is all about Nevada Sen. Harry Reid "using federal violence to take people’s land in his state so he can package it to re-sell it to the Chinese."
"Pregnant women who stand for five to six hours at a time increase their risk of pre-term pregnancy by 80 percent."
A recent Gallup poll found that 72 percent of Americans and 56 percent of Democrats "say the biggest threat to our nation's security is big government."
"By a two-to-one margin, Rhode Islanders want to ban assault weapons and we have a very small percentage of gun owners in this state, less than 13 percent."
You can buy lobster with food stamps.
Even though Chicago has "the most stringent gun laws on the books," it still "has the highest murder rate" in the country.
Says President Barack Obama has issued upwards of 1,000 executive orders, more than any modern president.
"Recently, Florida has successfully reduced the environmental permitting time down to just two days."
Deer baiting, planned for Block Island by DEM, is illegal in Rhode Island.
Passing a federal firearms "background check through the NICS database . . . typically takes 90 seconds."
Rhode Island's unemployment insurance system "is the most expensive such system in the country."
"We have created new jobs here in Cranston -- more than 1,000."
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