Posted by kallahar on Nov.05.01 at 12:48 pm PST.
kallahar writes The Cato Institute has an essay up about the warning signs leading up to the attacks. Of course, hindsight is 20/20, but warning signs were there. My favorite part was "A lot of the corporate conglomerates of the 1960s proved unwieldy, and their managers eventually sold off many of their acquisitions and focused on their core businesses. They trimmed and they got stronger -- less is more. The U.S. government should emulate that model: Get out of the game of trying to supply all the desires of 270 million people, and concentrate on protecting us from mass murder. As for the rest, the market and American know-how will take care of it."