The Virtue of Simplicity

As the Obama campaign sputters, we’re bound to hear more ‘uh’s and ‘um’s, which Democratic apologists will try to pass off as deep, nuanced thought. It’s good to be reminded, then, that “nuance” is often a cover for confusion and moral cowardice. For Truman and Reagan the key ingredient to successful statecraft was simplicity. “I say there are simple answers to many of our problems–simple … Continue reading The Virtue of Simplicity