The best advocates are often converts. So it is with Arthur C. Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute.
Perhaps if Chait had thought to actually direct questions to people who actually work with the data he could have found that he was wrong sooner sooner, but he just wasn't curious enough. What a strange trait in a "journalist."
Playing baseball games without keeping score. Parents not allowed to cheer for one side or the other at basketball games.
A public school in Toronto has put a ban on most balls their kiddos toss around during recess because school administrators have deemed such projectiles dangerous. Well hello, wittle wussies.
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