Thursday, April 19, 2012

On leadership and leading us out of this morass

Leaders, to the extent that they have any real leadership or authority, tend to be those who create—or, at least, greatly influence—the views of their larger constituencies more than they follow them.

This must be true of any so-called “leader” if he or she is going to have any significant part in pulling this nation out of the grasp of its monumental debt and restoring an economy foundering under a huge dead-load of taxes and over-regulation.

This is an educational and marketing process more than a political one. You must become a teacher of economics in the mold of von Mises, Hayek and others.

We are here to help.

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