Like it or not we are living in a world of executive orders these days. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and other state executives around the country have used executive orders to mandate rules and regulations that have governed our lives personal and business activities since March hoping to control the spread of the Coronavirus, and it seems new President Joe Biden has taken their lead. He’s signed a record number of executive orders since taking office, some charting a new direction in energy policy, and others undoing policies enacted during the Trump administration. There are those who complain that the president and governors are over-stepping their authority using the stroke of a pen to impose their wishes without seeking approval from congress or state legislatures. It seems the level of opposition is determined in many cases by whether the executive issuing the order and the law makers come from the same political party. With democrats in control in the U.S. House, and with 51 potential votes in the U.S. Senate it’s not likely we’ll here much of an outcry over orders our new president has issued with authority he believes he has. That’s the way I see it.