A suffocating administrative state is what holds back substantial change with its insistence on approving any direction we might take
David Hume observed that none of us have done anything like signing a contract, so it’s silly to believe that’s why we have faith in the government. We obey the law because having a government is usually useful.
Recurring concerns about the effect of new media on society inevitably lead to calls to Do Something about new media. But if something should be done, who should do the doing?
The beliefs of voters haven’t changed. They’re just facing a new calculation