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Huckabee's "hope" is a "nope"
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Huckabee's "hope" is a "nope"

Here's an op-ed I published in my school's newspaper yesterday. ----- It all began in a place called Hope. No, I'm not referring to that classic line by a certain incorrigible former president; rather, a guy who really wants Clinton's old gig. Mike Huckabee was born and raised in the same small burg - Hope, Arkansas - as our beloved William Jefferson Clinton, albeit after Bill left town. Like the former President, Mike's got that Arkansas drawl, an innate charm and a rapier wit. The similarities don't end there.

01/30/2008
Friedman on greed
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Friedman on greed

In keeping with the Milton Friedman posts here at FreedomTalks, I thought I'd post this fascinating video. It's Uncle Milty on Donahue back in the 1970s defending capitalism. More importantly, however, he stands up for the concept which Adam Smith identified so eloquently in An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations- individuals pursuing their personal interests. This concept, unfortunately, has come to be known as "greed" by the Left. Friedman dashes this pejorative meaning to the term.

01/05/2008