The greatest proponent of the free enterprise system in the 20th century was Milton Friedman. There were plenty of tremendous thinkers/writers/economists who lived during Dr. Friedman's era, but none had the reach and impact he did. Today he would've been 100 years old.
Here are a few of my favorite Uncle Miltie clips for your viewing pleasure.
The "Power of the Market" as explained from the simply analogy of all that goes into the making of a #2 Pencil:
The "Free Lunch" Myth - the idea that the government can simply create goods/services out of thin air - that so many well-intentioned people buy into:
And finally, a clip of Dr. Friedman speaking to an audience at Stanford University in 1978 on our "Responsibility to the Poor":
We don't need to find "the next Milton Friedman." We need to find the next 1,000 Milton Friedman's.
The basic ideas, ideals, and values that generally define and characterize the central tenets of what today might be termed "modern conservative thought."
We believe that a proper understanding of history, economics, and theology leads to certain conclusions. Many of these are the same conclusions our Founding Fathers arrived at in constructing a "more perfect union."
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