Super Lawyers
William C. Altreuter

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

I've met Kevin Gaughan a few times; he has generally impressed me as being sort of a combination of well-intentioned goofball and cartoon character egoist. As a gadfly I suppose he has had some success. Here is Bruce Jackson's take on his latest proposal, which is typically half-baked and self aggrandizing. Here is Gaughan's website, which is notable for not mentioning what he does for a living. (He is some kind of a lawyer.) His big idea is reducing the size of government by eliminating the number of representatives and the various tiers, i.e. villages, towns, cities, in favor of regional governance. There is something to that idea, but mostly it impresses me as a way of making government less accessible, and less responsive.

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