Two videos worth watching
First, by the People's Cube: "Who are they?" (1:35) Click on the image to get to the video:
(Hat tip: Dostix)
Second, here's Milton Friedman on the necessity to limit Government. The interview dates of 1975 and the image is very bad. Nevertheless, it doesn't matter since this Chicago Boy has one or two important things to say. The transcript of the interview can be viewed here.
Friedman on Redistribution:
You see, I think there's been one underlying basic fallacy in this whole set of Social Security and Welfare measures. And that is the fallacy -- this is at the bottom of it -- the fallacy that it is feasible and possible to do good with other people's money. Now, you see that fallacy -- that view -- has two flaws. If I want to do good with other people's money I'd first have to take it away from them. That means that the welfare state philosophy of doing good with other people's money, at its very bottom, is a philosophy of violence and coercion. It's against freedom, because I have to use force to get the money. (...) Very few people spend other people's money as carefully as they spend their own.On the sources of support to get off what the interviewer calls "the path to serfdom", the road to a totalitarian society: