These systems have been so hamstrung by excessive bureaucratic regulation intended to protect the special-interest groups that benefit from the status quo that they have not been able to react as effectively to social and economic change as the less "managed" areas of our economy. What we need to do is take a "red" model approach to "blue" model priorities and then watch how, when given the chance, free people can solve the most intractable problems.
Thursday, September 8, 2011
"Our problem is not that we don't spend enough on education or health care," OCPA fellow Andrew Spiropoulos writes today in The Journal Record.
Posted by Brandon Dutcher at 3:00 PM