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Andy Smarick has an excellent piece along these lines in the Weekly Standard, suggesting that education policy experts suffer from a Hayekian information problem.
From The Thomas B. Fordham Insitute:
“Here is something to which every policymaker should aspire: using government authority to encourage non-government authority,” Andy Smarick wrote recently…
“When the stakes are low, itemizing and compartmentalizing may be sensible,” wrote Andy Smarick, in the portion that Geist quoted. “But given the enormity of the stakes,…
Andy Smarick cited in shownotes of The Remnant with Jonah Goldberg:
Andy Smarick’s article on the moral ledger of Trumpism.
From The Weekley Standard Podcast:
Today on the Daily Standard Podcast, Andy Smarick joins host Charlie Sykes to discuss his recent magazine piece “The Moral…
From MSNBC’s Morning Joe:
Andy Smarick – Morning Joe- AM-2018-07-24 from MediaDC on Vimeo.