Glenn Reynolds argues for bringing back the spoils system.
Another Liberal argument well answered.
"Ding ding ding! We have a winner in the Toxic Governance Sweepstakes that is modern America."
To say the least, the track record is not encouraging.
Harsh but true:
Thus, for a specific segment of the Right, interactions with the Left have followed from this belief, that one is engaging a fellow citizen who is, despite all fierce disagreements, a decent and compassionate person.
The Right may need to consider reevaluating this line of thinking.
"It’s been amazing this week to watch the left invert every rhetorical device they’ve used since 2020"
Tweet gives a list.
"Billionaire donors are loudly boycotting Ivy Leagues. It may not hurt the schools as much as you think."
It's a shame. I'm in favor of it really stinging.
"Brokenism: The real debate today isn’t between the left and right. It’s between those invested in our current institutions, and those who want to build anew."
Count me as one who is mostly "invested in our current institutions". (Just cut back government and things will get better.)i
Related: "Old Gripes from the New Right". C'mon, guys: conservatives have enough targets on the Left. We don't need this circular firing squad.
Sadly, unfortunately, that sometimes describes the Republican Party.