The biography for Cass Sunstein, the nominee for the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs Administrator job shows him to be a scholar in the areas of law and behavioral economics and a prolific writer. It also reveals him to be an extreme liberal whose opinion on animal rights and meat eating, he happens to be against it, seems to be his primary focus; that and “nudging” people towards his point of view. His book “Nudge: Improving Decisions about Health, Wealth, and Happiness” intimates that we as human beings are more apt than not to make bad choices because of our failing susceptibility to routine bias. Therefore if we just listen to him and his politically motivated initiatives we will all be able to make sound decisions, right? Wrong! Remember, this is the man that believes animals should be able to bring suit against their “caregivers”, and that “Congress will soon grant standing to animals to protect their own rights and interests”. Add all that to the mere fact that he feels we should “celebrate” tax day is enough to label him a certified loony in my book; just what we don’t need for OIRA Administrator.