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Professor Peterson discusses the implications of the genetic lottery, hard work, success, competence hierarchies, merit and fairness as determinants of social stability in a post-industrial age.

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Attacking the Dragon in its Lair Before it Eats You:

A Discussion of meaningful philosophy, psychological health and societal Improvement – by dr. Jordan Peterson

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Data Debunks Notion that more Spending Is Key to Better Education or Lower Crime Rates – Daniel J. Mitchell – Townhall Finance Conservative Columnists and Financial Commentary – Page full

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Dan Mitchell

For both moral reasons and economic reasons, we should have small government.

But even a curmudgeonly libertarian like me also thinks it’s important to have effective and efficient government.

Fortunately, there’s no contradiction between these views. Indeed, academic researchers have found that nations with smaller government also have more efficient government. With Singapore being a very powerful example.

via Data Debunks Notion that more Spending Is Key to Better Education or Lower Crime Rates – Daniel J. Mitchell – Townhall Finance Conservative Columnists and Financial Commentary – Page full.