What If I Told You That Our Problems Are Few?

What If I Told You That Our Problems Are Few?

 

“For example, if we get rid of government’s #1 excuse to do anything — equality: anti-poverty and anti-racism programs — then it automatically shrinks, at which time we can address the administrative state, runaway taxes, and our far too numerous laws.

If we break the back of diversity, we can have culture again, at which point voting patterns revert to a more moderate view of things, which is that government should do little and ethnic groups must stay separate.

The beast that strangles us has only four feet, after all, and even if we remove only a few of those, it cannot stand. At that point, we have a chance for rebirth, ironically not by doing anything new, but by ceasing to do “new” dumb things.”