Tag Archives: Donald Trump

Donald Trump as Regulator-in-Chief

by Christopher J. Walker — Tuesday, Mar. 1, 2016@chris_j_walker

Over at Marginal Revolution, Tyler Cowen has a prescient (and scary) post on the “fear of regulatory reprisal from a Trump administration,” drawing on Philip Hamburger’s provocative book—Is Administrative Law Unlawful?—as well as Adrian Vermeule’s ingeniously titled review of the book:No. (Hamburger has since posted a nice parry entitled Vermeule Unbound, alluding to Posner and […]

President Trump vs. the Bureaucratic State, by Daniel Hemel

by Daniel Hemel — Thursday, Feb. 18, 2016

The betting website PredictIt now puts the odds of Donald Trump winning the White House this November at 22%. I don’t think that estimate is too far off: Trump is ahead in virtually every recent Republican primary poll, and he trails Hillary Clinton by 3.4 percentage points in a general election matchup (according to the […]