Monday, April 25, 2011

Further Down the Statist Line

From the Washington Examiner:

The evidence that the state is anti-business and is thus causing significant regime uncertainty continues to accrue at an alarming rate. While I'm not really a Randian, I think we are at a turning point similar, in principle, to the Atlas Shrugged point where the capitalists turned inward and left. The U.S. is doing it's very best to discourage investment, and we will all be the worse for it.


  1. Unbelievable. I pray to God the American electorate's eyes will eventually be opened to the unspeakable and irrepairable harm being administered daily by our own government.

    Elections have consequences. Today, those consequences are bad, very bad.

  2. And to show the pervasiveness of this problem, here's yet another article:

  3. Oh, and here's another example of big government standing in the way of investment and jobs for Americans. Outrageous.

  4. Good examples. It is really the bureaucratic "state" that I worry about most; operations like the EPA, DOJ, etc. that wield a great deal of power and that, by and large, don't have to answer to anyone.