Does the President Think The Government Got Him Where He Is Today?
It is a lie premised on Marxism. It really is. It is not hyperbole to say it. Prior to Marx, people did not clearly think of economics as class divided and did not think of the collective overriding the individual. Certainly the thinking was there sociologically, but not crystalized in economics. As Daniel Henninger noted in the Wall Street Journal recently, “There is no theory | Read More »
This is one of the best sentences written about government lately. I was led to believe that a powerful and active federal government would be good for society at large, but unfortunately the federal government’s ability to be powerful and active is not as pronounced as its ability to be large, meddlesome when its help is not wanted, and slothful when its help is actually | Read More »
Why Government Can’t Run a Business
This should be required reading by everyone under the sun. In 1913, for instance, thinking it was being overcharged by the steel companies for armor plate for warships, the federal government decided to build its own plant. It estimated that a plant with a 10,000-ton annual capacity could produce armor plate for only 70% of what the steel companies charged. When the plant was finally | Read More »