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DiLorenzo’s Four Laws of Government

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Read this piece by Thomas DiLorenzo. It expands on the following:

In government, failure is success. That’s what I call DiLorenzo’s First Law of Government.

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DiLorenzo’s Second Law of Government is that politicians will never assume responsibility for any of the problems that they cause.

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DiLorenzo’s Third Law of Government is that, with one or two exceptions, all politicians are habitual liars.

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DiLorenzo’s Fourth Law of Government is that politicians will only take the advice of their legions of academic advisors if it promises to increase their power, wealth, and influence, even if they know the advice is bad (or even devastating) for the rest of society.

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