As Washington, D.C. continues to fail the American people, nuts and radicals rush to fill the market demand for something new.
When lawmaking is turned into a full-time occupation, professionals will eventually dominate the field, and the consequences are easy to see: bigger government, higher taxes, and more powerful and arbitrary regulations.
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