There is a smarter way to get corporate money out of politics.
As long as there is open competition, honesty pretty much takes care of itself.
Some acted as if Obama were a magical politician whose election would end poverty and inequality.
Any attempt to manage a modern society is more like a bull in a darkened china shop than a finely tuned machine.
We must cut. But I fear Americans aren’t up for that.
Vouchers aren’t a perfect solution, but they are better than leaving every student a prisoner of government monopoly.
Imagine that—a government safety agency promotes a rule that kills people.
Maybe the human spirit is so powerful it will overcome the stupidity of politics.
[Gov.] Fortuno’s predecessors had grown Puerto Rico’s government to the point that the state employed one out of every three workers. By the time he was elected, Puerto Rico was broke.
It is intuitive to assume that, when people struggle, government “help” is the answer. The opposite is true. American groups who are helped the most, do the worst.