Peter Schiff on Why Education Doesn’t Need Government

Peter Schiff is CEO of the investment firm Euro Pacific Capital and the host of the nationally syndicated radio program, The Peter Schiff Show

Peter Schiff

Peter Schiff

He has been quoted in many of the nation’s leading newspapers, including The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, Investor’s Business Daily, The Financial Times, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, and The Chicago Tribune.  He also appears regularly on CNBC, CNN, Fox News, Fox Business Network, and Bloomberg TV.

Schiff began his investment career as a financial consultant with Shearson Lehman Brothers, after having earned a degree in finance and accounting from U.C. Berkeley in 1987. He joined Euro Pacific in 1996 and has served as its President since January 2000.

In the realm of politics, Schiff was an economic advisor for Ron Paul’s 2008 Presidential campaign.  Then in 2010, Schiff ran for the U.S. Senate from Connecticut but was defeated in the Republican primary by Linda McMahon.

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3 Comments

  1. Excellent! Very glad to see this “full privatization” argument here. It’s important. It’s logical. It’s based on historical facts. And the best thing – it’s the most moral. No coercion is involved in private education, as it is so endemic in government’s “public” education.

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  2. Excellent!! Yes I couldn’t agree more.

    Mom from Chicago/Tinley Park, IL

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  3. Peter hits the nail on the head. If we libertarians want to know the most effective way to combat statism, we need to delve into how the socialists have been gaining ground over the last century. The key is to control the education of the next generation. It is high time we took back the youth and the educational institution which shapes their paradigms. I support the home school movement and even vouchers.

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