|The Declarer (Floyd McWilliams' Blog)|
Sunday, December 07, 2003
recent blurb on the editorial web page:
Now as a citizen that is the exactly the sort of statistic that I am interested in. Not, say, the tax revenue per capita, which is the sixth highest in the nation. Or the tax climate, ranked 49th worst in the nation by the Tax Foundation. It's the number of government workers that is important because if that number is too high, California might start sticking workers in my closet.
Here's some other statistics that the Merc could publish to show us how lucky we are to live in a small-government state:
(What would it be like, I wonder, to read a newspaper that explained the news rather than obscuring it?)