There are plenty I'm ideas it is just that government action is neither, required or effective, except for getting out of the way.
""The problems of a small state college point to the weakness at the heart of liberal society—a weakness that undermines the strength of our republic at home and endangers world peace. And neither political party has the answers.
But the story airbrushes out the less cute problems besetting the institution. For example, Governor Rauner's office has pointed out that Chicago State has the highest administrator-to-student ratio of any state school in Illinois—one for every 17 students—and that it spends up to 45 percent of its total payroll on those administrators.
But that doesn't let Republicans off the hook. Just because deep blue Democrats prefer sentiment over analysis and let their allegiance to vested interests trump their concern for the poor is no excuse for Republicans to treat the students of Chicago State with indifference. It's fine to say "hold the line on taxes and starve the beast"—and there are times when this is necessary. But doing that alone is not a plan for better governance. Illinois' budget woes are a direct result of years of terrible decisions and the absence of serious planning at both state and local levels. And the chief victims of this neglect of duty are poor people—those who depend most on government for services.""
OK but not all Republicans are conservative. That is what the fuss is all about, Republican establishment and Republican voters who are on cruise control. The voters especially don't bother to educate themselves. They don't know who the elected officials are, and have that "let George do it" attitude,( referring, of course, to George Washington)
Treating voting as a consumer exercise is the problem. If you lose your vote through neglecting to be a active and informed, maybe you shouldn't have a vote.
Here is a plan, eliminate all government that doesn't work well. Trim redundant branches, then implement a plan to sunset every government sub-branch, replacing it with a new, well thought out structure, every 25 years staggering the replacement schedule. Extra points for making that a state or county level.