The pandemic exposed the folly of the leviathan our government is, consuming more and more control over our daily lives.
Tag - bureaucracy
In unprecedented times of uncertainty with an already embarrassing track record of governmental errors and missteps, the answer is not less freedom but more.
How has the government impacted the recovery?
Matt Kibbe sits down with Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) to discuss the upcoming series, “The Constitution: Line by Line.”
Governments must step back and allow innovators to rise to the challenge of protecting the environment, or risk doing irreversible damage to both the economy and the natural world.
The more we mistakenly ask for “governmental help,” the more authoritarianism we get as we lose our civil and economic liberties.
Calling a product or a service a “human right” does not magically render it immune to scarcity.
Feds are prone to one-size-fits-all proposals and intrusive, sweeping action that hurts the very people it claims to help.
We are told to defer to bureaucrats and politicians—the experts best suited to manage the COVID-19 crisis. But they are the ones who have failed, catastrophically, every step of the way.
The public education system is bought and paid for by the government, with your tax dollars of course, but the government is in charge.