Here's my rough-draft of a list:
6. Free markets can fail (i.e., provide goods that are inferior to government).
5. A government can improve the economy overall.
These two are the same thing aren't they? After all doesn't saying 6 is correct assume 5?
They're similar ideas, I think, but not the same.
The first refers to a government-run enterprise, like utilities, road-building, post offices, AmTrak, and schools. They're based on the lie that these goods have some sort of unique quality that requires they be provided by a governmental organization.
The second is similar but much broader. It refers to the idea that regulation (as opposed to an enterprise) will improve the economy. We see this in mandates, protectionism, price-fixing, IP, barriers to entry, etc. The most recent is the "monopoly" crack-down on Apple. The government here does not pretend to be running a business, but instead functioning as a kind of omniscient, selfless benefactor of gratuitous goodness.
"The state calls its own violence law, but that of the individual crime."
-- Max Stirner