Markets over Mandates: A better diversity dogma
Pursuing life, liberty & happiness must be accomplished by individuals, and can’t be granted to us by bureaucrats or gov’t programs.
Milton Friedman understood this and trumpeted this message throughout his life.
“Robber Barons will always be with us. The crucial question is whether we have a form of economic organization in which one robber baron keeps the other robber baron in check. Or whether we have a form of political & economic organization in which one robber baron can help the other robber baron at the expense of the public.”
The Political Dogma:
Government social “reinvestment” programs benefit the poor at the expense of the wealthy.
The Political Reality, as instantiated by Director’s Law:
Public program expenditures primarily benefit the upward rising middle classs at the expense of the wealthy AND the poor.