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  • Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader? The Milton Friedman Edition

    Maybe the title should be: Are you smarter than Congress? Either way, all signs point to yes. Milton Friedman offers some very good and relevant advice  in his interview with a 5th grader from 2003.

    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MKke98eAfcQ[/youtube]

    Posted in Ongoing Priorities [slideshow_deploy]

    6 Responses to Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader? The Milton Friedman Edition

    1. Michael Tupps says:

      Excellent.

    2. Dan F., NJ says:

      I love Milton – how much we need him now.

    3. Ross, Florida says:

      This demonstrated how private schools seek out the best authorities to enhance the education of our most precious commodity, our future, our children. Not to mention, the contents was just good commonsense, which seems to be in short supply in today's American society.

    4. Lynn B. DeSpain says:

      It really doesn't take much to be smarter than Congress. Perhaps the correct question should be, what isn't?

      Hozro

    5. Marshall Hill MI. says:

      Common Sense will be Outlawed!

    6. Barb -mn says:

      What a great educational piece. I'm not sure I'm smarter then a 5th grader, but congress majority for sure!

      This video should be mandated in every school and viewed by every member of anything GOVERNMENT. It would even be a good idea that every person new to this country get some knowledge of this country by viewing this simple video. More efficient, mandate it to every person new to this country that has established their employment in the government.

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