- Civil forfeiture is something which police forces abuse far too often. I have no problem with the concept, but in practice, it turns out poorly for a lot of people. And given that police forces use these forfeitures as part of their operating revenue, you know that there are people at these agencies trying to maximize forfeitures.
- Union leaders want the federal government to bail out incompetent politicians in cities like Detroit. Great, so who bails out the incompetent politicians in the federal government who got us into the same mess at a national level?
- An auto recall for a faulty sticker? Sheesh.
- It’s middle school forever.
- This is why we should have some recourse for the no-fly list. I don’t necessarily oppose the no-fly list as a concept, but if my name is on it, I want to know why, I want to be able to appeal, and most importantly, I want to be able to see if I am on the list in the first place. Government bureaucrats can lie—even to judges—about whether a person is on a list. This is clearly a bad outcome from an untrustworthy group of people.