…Bill Whittle, or rather, not Bill Whittle but an essay written by Bill Whittle. He’s an excellent writer to be sure, but his work is backed by research which makes it downright valuable.
In fact, in all of human history, there has been only one genuinely progressive, genuinely liberating idea: a lightning bolt across the pages of history – the why in 1776, the how in 1787 – the idea of limited government, god-given rights, personal liberty and rule by the vast collective wisdom and industry of the common man, and not by the bored, pampered and self-hating elites that have run everything before and since. This is a once-in-history idea. This is why we have to conserve it. We have to conserve this fundamentally liberal idea.
That’s our argument. Ronald Reagan said it in different words, but that’s the come-back to any and all modern “liberals” or “Progressives”.
I was a little disappointed by the lack of mention of education. Talking with each other, yes, but that bloated, hateful, destructive monster we’ve been accustomed to calling “Public Education” has to go. Just as our first amendment protects religion from corruption by government, so too must we protect education from corruption by government. It is every bit as important. Hillsdale College perhaps shows us one way to do that, but feeding the monster at the same time one is trying to mind one’s own business makes it more difficult.
Whittle wraps it up thusly;
We can do it. And we’re gonna do it. We are going to whip these communists out of their boots. And starting next time, we’ll start figuring out exactly how.
Ok. Good. By all means, read the whole thing.