Issue: Bureaucracy and Government

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Putting a Proper Price on Spending
‘Science,’ They Said
Science is dying; superstition disguised as morality is returning. And we all will soon become poorer, angrier and more divided.
Is COVID-Induced Hygiene Theater the New Security Theater?
Make War, Get War: What Is the Government Mandating?
The Democratic Party’s practical error is the hubris by which it has forgotten that when you make war on anyone, they may well make war on you.
Lebanon’s Politicians, the Masters of Disaster—Exhibit No. 1: Artificial Fuel Shortages
What China Learned from 9/11 Could Be Easily Applied in a Military Conflict
Vaccine Inventor Questions Mandatory Shot Push, Biden’s Covid-19 Strategy
Vaccination “arms race” could prove dangerous to the American public
Ripples of Kabul
In the aftermath of the Afghan debacle, we must depoliticize and de-weaponize these warped agencies and incompetent institutions.
Government Failure Gave the World Covid
And markets provided the remedy. Economists don’t always appreciate how often that happens.
Why Aren’t More Americans Getting Vaccinated?—Blame the FDA

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