Ron Paul Could Have Written the Economic Speeches of John C. Calhoun . . .

. . . or vice versa:  Free trade, sound money based on the gold standard, government “bound by the chains of the Constitution.” What a dramatic difference from today’s economic dunces who believe in the medieval superstition that protectionist tariffs are the road to prosperity.

(Test your economic knowledge by answering the following statement as either True or False:  Raising the price of steel by 25% with steel tariffs will be good for the heavily steel-using American automobile industry and all other American steel-using industries, and a benefit to consumers of products made with steel to boot).

If you answered “True” you are hereby admitted to Trump University.


7:21 pm on March 5, 2018