Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Mark Steyn stopped by to discuss Milton Friedman

FRIEDMAN’S LESSONS : WHAT THE REPUBLICAN CONGRESS COULD HAVE LEARNED

In the Wake of Freidman’s Death Mark Steyn Outlines Friedman’s Policies, Role They Could Have Played In Republican Re-elections

The policies of Nobel-Prize winning economist, Milton Friedman broke the government’s over-handed grip on national economics. His most famous quip, “There’s no such thing as a free lunch,” would have served outgoing Republicans well, declares Mark Steyn, author of the New York Times Best-selling America Alone: The End of the World As We Know It (REGNERY, 2006).

“He was one of the most important figures of the age, and, had the Republican Congress understood why, they might still be in power,” Steyn reports from the National Review Cruise where Friedman was to be a fellow panelist prior to falling ill.

We also discussed the election results, Iraq and Iran. Check out the audio on our podcast page.

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