For a long time I've advocated Social Security reform -- you've no doubt read about this many times in my columns. But now there's a movement to expand Social Security and we need to step up and voice our ideas before it's too late.
We need all Americans to have a stake in our country -- when people own something, they take care of it.
In an interview, Joseph Farah, the Founder and CEO of World Net Daily, asked me: How do we get there by reforming Social Security?
Watch our candid discussion about how I believe we can transform Americans who live with a dependent mindset into citizens who cherish independence and wealth creation.
We can restore America's ownership society and I think you will agree with my ideas.
As always, let me know what you think in the comment section below.
Your foot-soldier for freedom,
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