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  • Quote of the Day

    Posted by Lexington Green on October 23rd, 2006 (All posts by )

    …what has helped the less fortunate is economic growth. Today’s elderly are affluent not because of Social Security, but because of all of the wealth created by private sector innovation over their lifetimes. Government involvement in health care and education is an impediment to progress in those fields. Job training and welfare are demonstrable failures. I think that treating a national community like a family is a grave intellectual error. A national unit is an institution that creates a legal framework for a large group of strangers to interact. A family is a small group that interacts on the basis of personal bonds. Strengthening government serves to weaken families and other vital civic institutions.

    Arnold Kling

    (You absolutley must RTWT. Mr. Kling puts terribly important ideas across in clear, plain English.)