Getting Economics Into Politics
David Eil

Are you ever behind the times. Questions of economics in political policy are related to affordability, sustainability, benefits worth the cost, and other such considerations that are traditionally Conservative.

Modern Progressive policy has to do only with good intentions on display today and screw the future, little concern whether any benefits promised are ever realized, zero concern whether even worse problems are created in the meantime.

Progressives want to pass the damn thing and blame Republicans when it all goes wrong.

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