Does statism have a slippery slope?

July 18, 2016
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Is it unreasonable to oppose small grants of power to The State to achieve reasonable goals? What could possibly be wrong with granting small powers to do small beneficial things? See how we answer this question in our latest Mental Lever.
Are fears of even modest State growth reasonable?
By Jim Babka & Perry Willis
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