Arnold Kling pens a great article
at Tech Central Station describing briefly four broad policies that
would (a) immeasurably benefit everyone in the country and (b) do not
stand the proverbial snowball-in-Hell chance of enactment: (1)
drop all trade barriers and subsidies; (2) stop the drug war; (3)
separation of "family and state"; (4) audit the Department of Homeland
He also proposes a voting strategy that would take some teeth-gritting for me to embrace, as it would involve probable voting for Democrats.
- Speaking of not voting for Republicans: Everyone and his or her mother is pointing to this Opinion Journal article by Stephen Moore that does a pretty good job of looking hard at Senator John McCain's economic policies. In short: mixed bag. President McCain wouldn't be unrelievedly awful. He might even be good on fiscal restraint issues. But he's completely wrong-headed on others.