The enumerated powers of Congress in article 1, section 8 and the Bill of Rights are prohibitions on government behavior and ascendency. We know we have a chafing daddy gubbermint problem. From The Genius Famine, end of chapter 5:
However, since creativity is inwardly generated by innate mechanisms, such creativity is not externally controllable and directable by normal social pressures, rewards, priorities. Both to get the best from a creative, and also to have that best be directed where desired, requires that the creative be animated, inspirited and energized by the task; and allowed to work in his own way.
Therefore a genius can neither be ‘managed’ nor ‘regulated’ – although he may to some extent be ‘led’ by a sufficiently inspiring and insightful individual[.]
Another argument to parents forgoing control in the shades of gray is the fact that children are not clones of their parents and should not be force fit into a mold shaped like their parents. The fact of the matter is, like most people, most parents are infantile. The parent’s mold is not so much a mold of the parent’s likeness as it is a mold of the parents selfish convenience made opportune by childhood vulnerability. For subhumans shit inevitably roles downhill. They can know nothing else. They presume the game of herd subversives, da playa, playa.
—‘Reality’ Doug, 4 August 2018
P.S. From the blog post feed of Hawaiian Libertarian I read the Vox Popoli post “No gammas”, dated 4 August 2018. It’s a real Christian circle jerk over there. The VP posts are generally quite short, i.e. never in depth. All non-religious types are Athiests, never objective agnostics. The narrative mindful must have a black-and-white faith to regulate their supposed values, and they can’t imagine a higher form of life thinking differently. It’s like a careerist shrike supposing her career success must be attractive to prospective husbands because that’s what she likes with utter certainty to her bones in the opposite sex.