My latest blog post at CFIF makes use of the writings of Yuval Levin at NRO, and of the Washington Times, and of Black Panther whistleblower J. Christian Adams, to attack the dangerous fallacy underlying liberal notions of where government power starts (everywhere) and ends (almost nowhere, unless it is to give special privileges to favored groups). Please do read the whole post at the link. One further note is warranted: The infamous Kelo decision is another good example of the sorts of ills against which I (and Levin) are arguing. Again, the individual is trampled by out-of-control government, with the individual’s interests and rights abused. This is what conservatives are fighting against. It is why our cause is just.
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