Not to mention it’s broke:
Headline via Stephen Goldsmith at the Wall Street Journal, who writes:
A hundred years ago, progressives envisioned a highly professional public-sector work force reining in exploitative corporate interests. They saw those on the margin being victimized both by corrupt government and business interests. They believed that the worst abuses of capitalism—think Upton Sinclair’s “The Jungle”—would be reined in by government regulation.