Yeah, THAT’s

what I want!

Milei, often described as a libertarian, has a hard road ahead, but he burst through the gate by issuing an executive order that cut the Argentinian government from 21 departments to nine. He has “vowed to introduce a nationwide school voucher system,” says the Cato Institute, “wants to end this monetary and fiscal insanity with policies that are not radical but logical,” according to the Mises Institute, and “cut excessive political expenditure, reduce taxes, open the economy, and allow free trade and investment to flow back to Argentina.” He is a firm defender of property rights and is determined to liberate, says Fortune, “the economy from the clutches of ‘freeloaders.’” A smart man, he opposes Keynesian economics.