Capitalism has helped more people out of poverty than entitlements and aid have ever done.
Yet, there are those who still strongly believe, and create policy, that pushes government funded entitlements that support people from cradle to grave.
As Margaret Thatcher has stated, the problem is "that you run out of other people's money" to pay for these programs in a system that does not produce a return on investment.
How does one argue the case for personal responsibility, which in turn leads to economic freedom, to those who just want the "free stuff?" And how do we argue that case that "free stuff" has a price tag of personal liberty and freedom?
Join us for our lively conservation with one of our favorite guests "Barbara From Harlem" as we discuss the "How to Win the War on Entitlement Programs."
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