Term limits for Tuthills, part 1: confront unelected power with real world referenda

I don’t feel strongly about term limit initiatives, either way. In an intellectual vacuum, I oppose them as the worst sort of voter welfare. But we don’t live in an intellectual vacuum. Professional politics is a massive and complex industry built around the ruthless distribution of power. It demands multiple confusing choices from busy and … Continue reading Term limits for Tuthills, part 1: confront unelected power with real world referenda