Wednesday, May 27, 2009

What is a "Government Fundamentalist?"


According to David Henderson in the June issue of The Freeman (a great publication that is suitable for liberty-minded high schoolers, by the way), you might be a government fundamentalist if you have "a tendency to advocate government solutions even in the face of evidence that those very solutions have not worked."


That term should be applied to those who support failed social programs as well as those who support failed foreign interventions.

1 comment:

CB said...

What a great term!