We have Czars for everything else . . .
. . . why don't we have a Pork Czar?
He could be appointed by the President, confirmed by the Senate, and headquartered in the General Accounting Office and have all their resources at his disposal.
He would be responsible for identifying and highlighting pork in all bills sent to the President.
To qualify as pork, the item in question would have to be:
1. Not a federal responsibility.
2. Unrelated to the purpose of the bill.
And give the President a limited line-item veto with the power to remove only those things the Pork Czar has identified in the bill as pork.