In the opinion of this humble observer of the asylum we all have to live in, the devolution of the political parties and the government established by our constitution in America is nearly complete. The so-called two parties system of Democrats and Republicans has devolved into an amorphous group of what we might call “Politocrats”. […]Read more "Powercrats, Politocrats, and Bueaucrats"
On the 15th of May, I wrote a post titled The Bureaucratic Swamp That Is D.C. (District of Corruption). It that post, I quoted from an article in the Washington Post by George Will who, in turn, used this quote from Christopher DeMuth (a Fellow of the Hudson Institute) at George Mason University: Government power is increasingly […]Read more "Career Bureaucrats Are Far Worse Than Our Elected Politicians"
Last month I saved an article by George Will in the Washington Post. In his article, he makes reference to and quotes from a presentation by Christopher DeMuth (a Fellow of the Hudson Institute) at George Mason University. DeMuth was explaining the perverse effects of progressivism. Paraphrasing DeMuth, Will wrote: Government power is increasingly concentrated […]Read more "The Bureaucratic Swamp That Is D.C. ( District of Corruption)"
In spite of the fact that Obama and the liberals are forever talking about redistributing the wealth, they are really talking about redistributing income. This redistribution process is supposedly brought about by our progressive system of taxes. Whether or not you are in favor of income redistribution, you/we don’t have a choice, do we? My […]Read more "Hows That Income Redistribution Workingout For You?"