Ms. Jasiewicz was rather dismissive of Beck's audience, claiming the response to Hayek's work was not due to a desire to become better acquainted with the seminal economic treatise of the twentieth century, but rather was the result of Mr. Beck "employing his extraordinary talent for making anything sound sexy."
“There’s a war for the future of this country,” Beck told viewers. “It’s being waged right now.”
Though apparently Ms. Jasiewicz found this laughably implausible, I would ask her to review the course of the last eighteen months and re-consider. The times are indeed troubled, and the president is focused here at home, with an eye to re-make the nation in his own vision of centralized authority dominated by governmental cronyism. Such ego-centrism is unconscionable. The world will not wait. His relentless undermining of the nation's economy and the American spirit will extinguish the main driver of the world's best hope for freedom.
Isia, forget Beck. Give Hayek a try. You wont regret it.