“Regulatory Accountability” sounds really, really boring. That’s what the Republicans in Congress are counting on. They expect you to hear just the name Regulatory Accountability Act, and instinctually turn away, shrugging your shoulders, in boredom. Don’t fall for it. The core strategy of the Republican-controlled
As this list shows, corruption is somewhat bipartisan, in case of the influence of United Technologies Corporation. In the current election cycle, however, the United Technologies PAC is giving two thirds of its money to Republican candidates, and just one third of its money to Democratic candidates.
Republicans and conservative Democrats don’t like much of what scientific research has to say. So, they passed the American Research and Competitiveness Act of 2015.