Big-government politicians bemoan income inequality, but would equalizing incomes make life fair?
FedEx turned out to be much better than the U.S. Postal Service, teens ignore Hollywood and become rich and famous on YouTube, people skip hotels and find rooms via Airbnb and so on. Who knows what discoveries await if we don’t let tired old rules get in the way?
It would be good if all immigrants came here legally. But America makes that difficult.
I can’t convince my friends in New York City, but it’s just a fact: More guns — less crime.
Big-government advocates will say that as society grows more complex, laws must multiply to keep up. The opposite is true. It is precisely because society is unfathomably complex that laws must be kept simple.