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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

The Federal System and the Scalability of Autocracy

Francis Porretto is among the smartest people Ol' Backwoods knows, even if that acquaintance has been limited to conversations on the 'Net.
" The number of things the federal system attempts to control is simply beyond the power of any central authority to manage or control. Special interests routinely dominate decision making. Perhaps 98% of Washington's demesne should be delegated to smaller systems -- the original point of a federal system. "
Read it all: "Scailures" 

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