The Glazov Gang: Confrontation on Capitalism

Three distinguished guests recently joined Jamie Glazov’s tv program, The Glazov Gang, to battle it out on why capitalism succeeds and socialism fails. A heated confrontation ensued and spiraled into pandemonium. The All-Star cast included Leon Weinstein, author of “Capitalism 101,” Evan Sayet, America’s #1 Conservative Comedian, and Rob Nelson, former Fox News talk show host. Below are the three segments to the program, which touched on several themes: Part 1 deals with The Invented People, Part 2 involves a heated battle of capitalism and Part 3 focuses on potential solutions to America’s biggest problems.

Part 1: The Invented People:

Part 2: Why Capitalism Succeeds:

Part 3: Simple Solutions for America’s Biggest Problems:

To get the whole story on why the Left hates capitalism’s success and supports destructive adversarial ideologies, read Jamie Glazov’s book, United in Hate: The Left’s Romance with Tyranny and Terror.

  • Alexander Gofen

    The mere fact that the capitalism in America is now being questioned (!) is a shocking indicator of a deep trouble. And simultaneously the Marxist talking points became a default position at every level, no exceptions. These testifies about an (irreversible?) erosion of the American citizenship, about the human baseness and misery which affected every echelon of the society structures.

    It is especially ugly because America arrived to this deplorable state on its own, only due to negligence and inability to recognize and confront the Marxist infection for more than 100 years:

  • Maxie

    America has gone Marxist via Gramscian subversion which few have recognized or understood. We have also lacked a vigorous, viable opposition party to Gramsci's sycophants in the Dem Party. The GOP is dumber than a bag of hammers when it comes to combatting communism/Marxism/Authoritarian Collectivism

  • mrbean

    Every government interference in the economy consists of giving an unearned benefit, extorted by force, to some men at the expense of others. By what criterion of justice is a consensus-government to be guided? By the size of the victim’s gang. When government controls are introduced into a free economy, they create economic dislocations, hardships, and problems which, if the controls are not repealed, necessitate still further controls, which necessitate still further controls, etc. Thus a chain reaction is set up: the victimized groups seek redress by imposing controls on the profiteering groups, who retaliate in the same manner, on an ever widening scale. If parasitism, favoritism, corruption, and greed for the unearned did not exist, a mixed economy would bring them into existence. Since there is no rational justification for the sacrifice of some men to others, there is no objective criterion by which such a sacrifice can be guided in practice. All “public interest” legislation (and any distribution of money taken by force from some men for the unearned benefit of others) comes down ultimately to the grant of an undefined, undefinable, non-objective, arbitrary power to some government officials.

  • grafox

    Love the content, but can't follow much as everybody is talking over each other. Take more time for the interviews and less people involved if they can't be controlled. Also ditch the stupid glasses and forget the 'gang' idea. Bad connotations.