"Pandemic failures expose problems of the administrative state"
"How to Fix American Capitalism"

"The Inflation Reduction Act Deserves Our Condemnation"

I'm old enough to remember when there used to committee hearings and at least some debate about spending bills. Not so much anymore.

Huge bills containing hundreds or even thousands of pages of print where the devil in the details can be hidden from the minions are far too common. Bills joining and including several unrelated issues seldom make sense. It seems more like a wish list of things that would never get through the process on their own suddenly become more reasonable when coupled with other unimpressive ideas. Most of the large spending bills being passed in Washington deserve our condemnation.