While our country is in the middle of a pandemic, with a quarantine, deaths, and an economic nightmare, politicians are using the crisis to promote big-government schemes.
The global economy is vastly more complex than we think.
The CARES Act was praised for approving $350 billion to assist small businesses.
The ink isn't dry yet on "phase three" of the coronavirus relief package, and Nancy Pelosi and President Trump are already talking another stimulus package.
Reluctance to speak up by experts such as Sunstein and others puts us at the mercy of politicians and bureaucrats with well-known risk-aversion.
So basically, when it comes to producing vaccines, we were much better and faster at responding to pandemics in 1957 than we are now.