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  1. John Locke commented on Henry Payne about 7 hours ago

    Government’s job is to enable development, not subsidize it. To the extent government subsidizes an industry and/or attempts to pick winners and losers, it retards development. One of the big reasons the computer and communications industries have done so well in the last 20 years is it was brand new and they got ahead of the government’s insatiable desire to interfere. But, the government’s caught up now and the heavy hand will slow innovation to a crawl. Too bad.

  2. John Locke commented on Gary Varvel 1 day ago

    Yes, the health industry, like the food industry, would need to be regulated for public safety. However, the USDA doesn’t manage payment for food, set food costs, decide profit margins, sort customers for ability to pay, etc. Your same argument could be made for nearly every aspect of today’s economy. I’m saying have government do what it does best and stay the heck out of what it does horribly.

  3. John Locke commented on Gary Varvel 1 day ago

    How have we managed to provide giant supermarkets filled with the cheapest and widest varieties of food imaginable and the envy of the civilized world without the government being in charge? Get the government out of our personal business! Health insurance is no more a “right” than food insurance.

  4. John Locke commented on Henry Payne 3 days ago

    Yes, “Ape” Lincoln was trashed in his day. My point is that the press today could utterly destroy Lincoln’s current reputation. Maybe I should have said that today’s press could destroy Jesus Christ’s reputation.

  5. John Locke commented on Henry Payne 3 days ago

    Leave out the press generated personality story lines and focus on who’s on the right side of the issues tormenting our country. The press would have trashed Abraham Lincoln.

  6. John Locke commented on Gary Varvel 3 days ago

    As my grandmother would have said, change is good when your “t#t’s in the wringer.”

  7. John Locke commented on Henry Payne 4 days ago

    I admit I do sneer at those making silly cheap shots. If you’re going to sneer, at least make them serious and profound blasts. I can usually admire them for their sound and fury, if not for their mortal wounds.

  8. John Locke commented on Henry Payne 4 days ago

    My reference to scorn was a literary ploy used to highlight StCleve’s scorn of Christianity. Read both posts again for clarity.


    I understand how your life could be supported and uplifted by your attraction to disorganized religion. Can you not understand how others’ lives might be supported and uplifted differently? Must we scorn other people’s belief systems? We all have one.

  9. John Locke commented on Henry Payne 4 days ago

    And, what are your strongly held beliefs that help you make sense of your life? Possibly we can all scorn them?

  10. John Locke commented on Henry Payne 5 days ago

    Maybe I was unclear. In general, urban districts spend considerably MORE per student than suburban and rural districts. So, why aren’t they doing as well as the suburban and rural districts if money is the defining factor? By your measure, they all should be doing equally well.