A discussion of politics, society, and laws of the land, from an LDS or Mormon perspective.
Milton Friedman is becoming (in my mind) one of the most significant minds on the topic of governance and economics. I think it would do the entire world a great deal of good to add a significant portion of their personal education to the study of what he had to share.This idea that the default for most people to run to government for their solution demonstrate lazy and unwise citizenship.
Well said. I think I just need to revert to posting videos of people who say what I think much better than I could ever put into word. Clearly I have no talent for it and I'm also ignorant as well, I guess.
The cool thing about Milton is that he is so unassuming. He isn’t a hot head or some one who gets overcome with the emotion of an argument but focuses on fact appealing to those who try to use logic not emotion to view their world. His logic comes across however with the emotion of some one who truly believes in what he is saying.On a side note, I’ve been trying to get GWH to take some of the Friedman off my book shelf for a while. Maybe now he will take me up on the offer.
I didn't know you have Friedman on your bookshelf. Want to make a temporary trade? I think I have a Calvin & Hobbs....(that's for you Reeds)
After you get through your current read maybe. Atlas always comes in as #1
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