I think it is a necessary quality of a critical thinker to fully and fairly consider the material that is presented to them by other people, no matter the intent the other person may be coming from. With that, I try very hard to read the entirety of an article before I pass judgment on it and recommend that others do as well.
But every now and then, I just can't do it. My attempt to read is suddenly clamped down and over-powered by an urge to violently assault the person that wrote what I just read. Here's the part that just had this affect upon me, you don't even need all the stuff before it.
So why is America’s “win the future” administration so fixated on railroads, a technology that was the future two centuries ago? Because progressivism’s aim is the modification of (other people’s) behavior.
Forever seeking Archimedean levers for prying the world in directions they prefer, progressives say they embrace high-speed rail for many reasons—to improve the climate, increase competitiveness, enhance national security, reduce congestion, and rationalize land use. The length of the list of reasons, and the flimsiness of each, points to this conclusion: the real reason for progressives’ passion for trains is their goal of diminishing Americans’ individualism in order to make them more amenable to collectivism.
That's right. Trains are popular with left-wingers, and all the reasons they give you for that are lies to deny the reality which is that they like trains because trains destroy individuality. I could read no more of the article. I decided the world would be better, even if very trivially better, if George Will died tomorrow.
Go to sleep, iguana.
INTP. Type 1>6>5. sx/sp. Live and let live will just amount to might makes right