When that friendly, liberal neighbor or relative starts promoting Big Government and leftist ideas, do you know how to respond? Sure, you know that Obamacare is a bad idea and that a growing government is a death knell to freedom, but can you articulate your ideas on the spot? Could you, for instance, provide a common sense argument against the minimum wage – and do it with a smile?
Dr. Walter E. Williams can, and he joins us on this week’s edition of Off The Grid Radio to help equip you with the best arguments for smaller government. Williams may be best known as the long-time guest host for Rush Limbaugh – he’s held that role since 1992 – but for many libertarians and conservatives he’s also the best spokesman for less government. Funny and down-to-earth, Williams gives us common sense arguments that can’t be refuted.
- Minimum Wage
- Business licensing
- And more
The next time you’re in that discussion with your left-leaning friend, be equipped! (And nice, of course.) Williams has been an economics professor at George Mason University since 1980 and has written 10 books.
Williams also tells us what it was like growing up with Bill Cosby, who was a kid in the same Philadelphia neighborhood.
If you want to be armed with the best ideas, don’t miss this week’s episode of Off The Grid Radio.