Monday, March 28, 2016

Tom Woods Snaps At Krugman

In Tom Woods' daily email, he snaps at Paul Krugman:

Including kindergarten, the government has children for 13 years. And at the end of 13 years they are completely unprepared to take care of themselves and integrate themselves into the market economy. THIRTEEN YEARS!
In fact, the very idea of choosing a niche and developing a product or service that can benefit people interested in that niche isn't even raised with students. Oh, sure, they know all the officially approved opinions about every subject under the sun, but supporting themselves and contributing to society? Not a clue.
Is it any wonder that we wind up with so many clueless (by design?) young kids cheering for Handout Bernie?
Think we might have more income mobility if students were taught about the market economy and their role in it? Maybe just a teensy-weensy bit more?
If the private sector were in charge of preparing kids for life and had a track record this pathetic, we would never hear the end of it. The government's schools do it, and...silence.

Tom Woods has a weekly podcast called "Contra Krugman", in which himself and Bob Murphy critique Krugman's weekly column. You can listen to the episode here.

According to Bill O'Reilly's research, Paul Krugman is funded by George Soros, that ultra-leftist billionaire who has WAY too much influence in American politics and media. John Kasich got $200,000 from him recently.

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