by George Leef
American Spectator founder Emmett Tyrrell’s latest column, “Comes the Liberation” observes that the federal government has gotten into all manner of things it should have stayed out of. One of them, perhaps the foremost of them, is education. In the column, he writes about his trip to Raleigh to observe the superb educational results achieved at Thales Academy, the brainchild of entrepreneur Bob Luddy. Private education: better outcomes at lower cost than government-run schools. Imagine the creative destruction that would occur if education were liberated from the government education blob.