Democracy is a form of collectivism.
If you send your children to a private school, you are not a bad person. And anyone who claims otherwise is a monster.
Regulations force individuals to act contrary to their own judgment. This applies to both irrational and rational decisions.
The only way to improve our schools is to get government out of education.
The fundamental issue is not wage rates, but productivity. If a worker desires a higher wage, he must produce more in a given period of time.
Lobbyists are not a creation of the free market, but of a mixed economy–an economy with a mixture of freedoms and controls. When government has the power to arbitrarily dictate the actions of individuals, individuals will seek legislation that is favorable to them.