“The real problem is the ‘faux-expert problem’, one who doesn’t know what he doesn’t know, and assumes he knows what people think. An electrician doesn’t have that problem.”
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Interesting throughout, especially on the idea of Trump as a watershed moment, and how that makes it a moment to supply the incoming administration with watershed ideas.
Also interesting that Gingrich is going to write more on Trump. He evidently sees it as a good field to be in.
“I think it’s a reset moment for how businesses are going to be treated: 145 million people work in America; 125 million of them work for private enterprise; 20 million work for government—firemen, sanitation, police, teachers. We hold them in very high regard. But you know, if you didn’t have the 125 you couldn’t pay for the other 20. Business is a huge positive element in society. But for years it’s been beaten down as if we’re terrible people. So I think it’s a good reset.”
Worth a read.
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