I periodically share this poster, in part because it’s funny, but mostly because it’s true.
After all, can you think of many “success stories” involving government?
When I pose this question to my statist friends, I usually get a blank stare in response. Though some of them will offer answers such as the GI Bill, interstate highways, and landing on the moon.
But even if you accept that those policies were successful, it’s rather revealing that folks on the left have a very hard time identifying any success stories from recent decades.
And that’s our focus today. We’re going to look at all levels of government for new examples that confirm Bastiat was right.
Let’s start with Montgomery County in Maryland, where bureaucrats are waging a legal battle against parents who…
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