Prager U: Free-Market Morality

Over the weekend, an Associated Press article on the “changing U.S. electorate” contained an eye-opening quote from a young attorney who voted for President Obama: “I trust the government to take care of us. . . . I don’t trust the Republican Party to take care of people.” 

What does “taking care of us” entail?  Perhaps this lady should spend five minutes with Walter Williams in the newest Prager University course on the morality of the free market.

These five minutes contain more economic wisdom than an entire semester’s worth of courses — just as Dennis Prager intends.

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