When I began my Healthcare Consulting career at Jackson & Coker (now Jackson Healthcare) in the early 1980’s, my boss, Rick Jackson, often opined regarding poor performance, “If you keep doing the same thing the same way, you get the same results.” Over the years, I have heard similar phrases used as a definition of insanity and other negative words. But the truth is right there. This is why we study history.
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For decades, Conservatives have been warning of the dangers of excessive spending by government at every level. As they suffered the “slings and arrows” of criticism by Progressives of being cold-hearted, stingy, etc., Conservatives pressed the case even more as federal and state deficit spending soared to unsustainable levels. Still, the spending persisted. Even Republicans deluded themselves into thinking the spending was not dangerous.