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In his 2009 film “Capitalism: A Love Story,” Michigan native
Michael Moore went to Wall Street with a request to corporate officials whose
companies received bailout money from the federal government.
Moore was criticizing an economic system he calls “legalized
greed,” but the Mackinac Center has discovered that Moore’s movie qualified for
a windfall ? at the expense of Michigan taxpayers.
Daniel J. SmithSent Via Mobile Phone
‘most of us attended public instead of private schools becauseour governments wanted to indoctrinate us into certain beliefs (and acts). And to keep control, such schools make teachers stick to textbooks. So one way to explicitly identify our possibly-unfair deeply held beliefs is to study the textbooks we learned from as kids.”