- “The 5 Types of Trump Voter: How a Fractured Coalition Can Lead to Broken Promises,” by Emily Ekins
- “Who Elected Donald Trump?,” Free Thoughts Podcast
Hurricane Maria showed how a top-down, para-military-style disaster response can be tragically ineffective in the face of real chaos.
It’s difficult not to conclude the whole idea will cause a lot of fuss for little overall gain.
The First Amendment sharply limits government power over speech. It does not limit private governance of speech.
If this had been an initiative from the Chinese government, commentators would be bemoaning a dystopian future.
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