Ed Hudgins weighs in on some of Bernie Sander's stances. "Bernie Sanders is on a jihad against 'extremely greedy and selfish financiers'" says Ed. "But is he a major enabler of greed? After all, he wants to force those struggling to build small businesses to hand over more of their money to 'greedy' workers demanding a $15 minimum, and he supported giving taxpayer dollars to highly-paid GM workers building cars too few people wanted to buy. Or is the problem that Bernie and other politicians can’t tell the difference between ethical self-interest and theft?" 

Edward Hudgins

About The Author:

Edward Hudgins is the former director of advocacy for The Atlas Society, the author of numerous Atlas Society commentaries, and the editor of several books on politics and government policy. He is now research director for the Heartland Institute. He has also worked at the Heritage Foundation, Cato Institute, and Joint Economic Committee of Congress.

Donate to The Atlas Society

Did you enjoy this article? If so, please consider making a donation. Our digital channels garner over 1 million views per year. Your contribution will help us to achieve and maintain this impact.

× Close Window
Anthem Slider

Newsletter Signup

Sign up for our email newsletter to receive the most recent news and articles directly to your inbox.