Author: Derek James From

It shouldn’t take a community to raise your kid and why the government won’t do anything about it.

The government cannot be trusted to fully defend its interests against positive rights claims. When a positive rights claim is successful against a government defendant, the costs associated with that unfavourable ruling are dispersed across a broader segment of society and ultimately borne by taxpayers. In such circumstances, government lacks a sufficient incentive to fully defend its interests because it can pass on to others any new burdens it receives.

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