‘When politicians say “I’m in politics,” it may or may not be possible to trust them, but when they say, “I’m in public service,” you know you should flee. — Albert Jay Nock’ Common Sense with Paul Jacob » Archive » The £2 Workaround

When politicians say “I’m in politics,” it may or may not be possible to trust them, but when they say, “I’m in public service,” you

“sociologist Herbert Spencer, explain it: “Unlike private enterprise which quickly modifies its actions to meet emergencies . . . the law-made instrumentality lumbers on under all varieties of circumstances at its habitual rate.”” Common Sense with Paul Jacob » Archive » The £2 Workaround

But we all knew that. Private roads, turnpikes, toll roads — they were once quite common, and could become common again. This is the first

“And then maybe taxpayers should begin to puzzle out whether their really bad return on tax investment dollars is related to some sort of inherent problem with the administrative state.” President Obama Already Has An Ebola Czar. Where Is She?

So why has the top official for public health threats been sidelined in the midst of the Ebola crisis? Only the not-known-for-transparency Obama administration knows