Remember the scene in Monty Python and the Search for the Holy Grail, when the Knights of the Round Table have to answer three questions before they can cross the Bridge of Death? Sir Galahad is cast into the Gorge of Eternal Peril because he changes his mind when asked his favorite color. I can […]
Continue reading The Japanese Version of Another Great Moment in Government Incompetence
Back in March, I asked why Republican presidential candidates were willing to openly violate federal anti-bribery law by supporting agriculture subsidies in exchange for campaign loot. My question was merely rhetorical, of course, since politician supposedly aren’t violating the law because the money goes to their campaigns rather than their personal bank accounts. But that […]
Continue reading The Disgusting Corruption of America’s Political Class
What’s worse, Democrats who deliberately seek to make government bigger because of their ideological belief in statism, or Republicans who sort of realize that big government is bad yet make government bigger because of incompetence? I’m not sure, though this is a perfect example of why I often joke that Washington is divided between the […]
Continue reading Looming Republican Surrender on Spending Caps?
Like many Americans, I’m suffering from Obamacare fatigue. Before the law was implemented, I repeatedly explained that more spending and more intervention in the health sector would worsen a system that already was suffering from too much government. And since the law went into effect, I’ve pointed out – over and over again – the […]
Continue reading Obamacare Is Still a Disaster