Saturday, March 31, 2018

The Report Is In: Wenzel at Ramapo College

Dr. Murray Sabrin introduces Wenzel at Ramapo College as he holds up a copy of Wenzel's new book.

By Erica Meline

Economist hosts talk on Trump's economic plans

Robert Wenzel, editor and publisher of and Target Liberty, gained notoriety over a decade ago when he accurately predicted the 2008 financial crisis in real time, as well as when he gave warning of the developing housing bubble of 2005.

In addition to his various years spent on Wall Street, Wenzel has authored books such as “The Fed Funks: My Speech at the New York Federal Reserve Bank” and most recently, “Foundations of Private Property Society Theory: Anarchism for the Civilized Person.”

His work in economics has led major publications to quote Wenzel, including the New York Times, Forbes and Bloomberg.

Wenzel came to Ramapo College last Tuesday to speak in the Sabrin Center for Free Enterprise and Anisfield School of Business’ last speaker series for the academic school year to address the current economic policies President Trump has implemented throughout his presidency.

His presentation, entitled, “Donald Trump: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly,” dissected the positive and negative components of President Trump’s economic plans, as well as the repercussions his policies will have on the country’s well being.

“The most difficult part was finding the good,” said Wenzel. “I just think he’s bad across the board.”

The only economic policy Wenzel viewed with any positivity was President Trump’s policies regarding

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