Tag Archives: government incompetence

The priorities of government

By Nathan Barton (Note: This, in a shorter version, was originally a response to a comment to my commentary “The Art of the Deal – January 2018.”) What are the priorities of government?  Of government agencies?  Of government employees? Of … Continue reading

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Giving up

By Nathan Barton When do you give up?  When do you say it is all too much, and it is time to just stop. Most (or many) libertarians have a phrase for it: “Going Galt.”  Most readers will know this, … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, 15 June 2015, #15-24A: Government Incompetence At All Time Highs

By Nathan Barton How incompetent IS government?  Gee, that is hard to quantify:  100%?  99%? 90%?  Every day in the news we see examples of it.  Here are a few. The incompetence of government is revealed in high tech and … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-43F: Federal Government Incompetence on Parade.

By Nathan Barton Good morning.  A very short final commentary for the week, following 24 hours and 800 miles of driving broken up with meetings and traffic.  Today, lets look at examples of how the FedGov demonstrates incompetence and hurts … Continue reading

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