Postmodernism and The Welfare State’s Death Spiral

Doug Wilson has great post on the 10 theses of postmodernism. Here is a small quote:

When modernity announced that the modern age was built by their guys, the secularists, the Christians who believed them were way too easily duped.

Click here to see all ten.

Robert Samuelson of Newsweek has a great editorial on the death of the Greek welfare state and its implication for good governance. Here is a snippit:

Americans dislike the term “welfare state” and substitute the bland word “entitlements.” The vocabulary doesn’t alter the reality. Countries cannot overspend and overborrow forever. By delaying hard decisions about spending and taxes, governments maneuver themselves into a cul de sac.

Click here to read the whole thing.

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