My assessment: Rarrrr! (And very far up the crazy-hot scale)
If the U.S. is lost in the wilderness when it comes to economic and property rights, maybe we can find our way home by moving away from what we are not.
See also: Kelo.
Highlighting the main difference between solving societal problems through private charitable acts and government mandates. The government can put a lien on your house and then throw you in jail when you refuse to pay the last red cent.
No one really talks about the gap in employment between men and women in the fields of teaching and nursing. (Or the now emerging gap between college-educated men and women.) Glass ceilings? Intimidation from even entering the field to begin with? Perhaps aided by gender-biased social normalization? Drastic reparations are needed! A cottage industry of seminars, undergraduate male studies programs, grant money should be en route...but won't be. Because when men aren't doing well at something, it's turnabout for centuries of oppression.