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'''Cass Sunstein''' is a law professor, appointed regulatory "czar" in the [[Obama Administration]]. Though widely viewed as a [[liberal]], Sunstein has taken many [[moderate]] positions in line with [[strict construction|strict constructivism]] and supported the nomination of [[John G. Roberts]] to the Supreme Court.  Sunstein's precise role in the administration is as yet undefined, and as a czar, he is answerable to no one except the president, acting as part of the "shadow government" identified by [[Glenn Beck]].  Sunstein has little background in regulation, and his appointment appears to have been motivated by his ties to Obama through the [[University of Chicago]] law school.
  
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Sunstein has radical [[libertarian]] views on [[marriage]].  He has urged that the government should not be in the business of licensing marriages. He recommends [[civil partnership]]s, which could be between any two people, whether gay or straight.  Sunstein also believes taxpayers should be forced to provide funding for [[abortion]], even if they have religious or moral objections to it.<ref>[http://www.wnd.com/index.php?pageId=113802]</ref>
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[[Category:Obama Administration Czars]]

Latest revision as of 20:39, 20 January 2013

Cass Sunstein is a law professor, appointed regulatory "czar" in the Obama Administration. Though widely viewed as a liberal, Sunstein has taken many moderate positions in line with strict constructivism and supported the nomination of John G. Roberts to the Supreme Court. Sunstein's precise role in the administration is as yet undefined, and as a czar, he is answerable to no one except the president, acting as part of the "shadow government" identified by Glenn Beck. Sunstein has little background in regulation, and his appointment appears to have been motivated by his ties to Obama through the University of Chicago law school.

Sunstein has radical libertarian views on marriage. He has urged that the government should not be in the business of licensing marriages. He recommends civil partnerships, which could be between any two people, whether gay or straight. Sunstein also believes taxpayers should be forced to provide funding for abortion, even if they have religious or moral objections to it.[1]

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