Paying the piper: the failure of local government in the Fifty States.

The Price of Liberty

Local government in these States is, at best, a failure.  2022 demonstrated that once more. Indeed, it is far, far worse than the vicious horror that was State and Federal government in 2021 (and again in 2022). And those levels of government are less and less tolerable for their stupidity, cupidity, quality (lack thereof), and harm caused to people in society.

But it can be argued that local government is declining even faster. And its negative impact even worse.

Actually, I’m basing this on how county governments behave in the Rocky Mountains and Great Plains. (What I hear from other States seems to match, however.) What I find is, seriously, dozens of “solutions” looking for problems to solve.  And a bunch of nannies and do-gooders and “conservatives” who think because they are all for “God and country” and “free enterprise” they are on the side of the angels.


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