The NEA, HUD, and Dept. of Education are a start, yes.

It’s not the W.O.R.M.’s doing (yet), but mainstream commenters like Roger Kimball are wondering what are things the U.S. government could do without.

What is the correct answer?  Everything not Constitutionally required.  This, as noted earlier, remains a necessity:

 And technically, things the Fed could do without are things it must do without.  If Americans gave a crap about limited government, that is.

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I've accepted that all of you are socially superior to me. But no pretending that any of you are rational.
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2 Responses to The NEA, HUD, and Dept. of Education are a start, yes.

  1. Brett says:

    Excellent point! I’ve always thought the Federal government should spend what it has, which includes is about 1/3 of the land within our borders. Instead of counterfeiting wealth (what else could one call fiat currency?), the Fed should transfer title to some of that land to its begger constituencies (including such rights as timber and minerals), and provide them with the a list of real estate agents, if the recipients doesn’t want to exploit such wealth by themselves.

    This idea is a twofer, as local governments would find their property tax base enlarged.

  2. wormme says:

    It would also allow “conservationists” like James Cameron to put their money where their mouths are. Hollywood & media moguls want to preserve nature? Let ’em buy it. Set a fair price on nature reserves and give conservationists first refusal.

    Awwww, “socialist” millionaires don’t wanna make sacrifices for their beliefs? Who’d have thunk?

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