Mark Steyn does Hayek (again)

A central theme in The Road to Serfdom is that the interventionist state transforms the character of the people.  Mark Steyn puts a highlighter pen to the issue in his autopsy of the Greek collapse.  Heres a snip, the whole thing is a treat:

When seeking to ingratiate himself with conservative audiences, President Ford liked . . . → Read More: Mark Steyn does Hayek (again)

politicians: “Why The Worst Get To The Top”

A contemporary update from Mark Steyn:

The real [psycho-social] bubble [of the politicians] is a consequence of big government. The more the citizenry expect from the state, the more our political class will depend on ever more swollen Gulf Emir-size retinues of staffers hovering at the elbow to steer you from one corner of the . . . → Read More: politicians: “Why The Worst Get To The Top”

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Posed as a question whether a given aim can be achieved at all [the debate over the moral claims of socialism also] involves the question whether the values and moral and ethical principles which guide us are reconcilable with each other [and] these are eminently scientific questions. — F. A. Hayek

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