"See inside California's newest $1.7 million prefab tiny home village erected to help ease Santa Barbara's homelessness crisis"
"Pandemic failures expose problems of the administrative state"

"Republicans could change government the way they changed the courts"

Megan McArdle:

Unless your professional mistakes could cause severe injury or financial ruin, you shouldn’t need a license to work, and unless your government job is a highly technical specialty, it shouldn’t require a college diploma or advanced degree. 

I enthusiastically agree with one big caveat. She's doesn't detail how those college degrees became the gatekeepers: Griggs v. Duke Power. And if firms stopped seeking them, she doesn't explain what would take their place.