Maybe the GMU economics professors could teach him some sense

The latest issue of Bloomberg Businessweek profiles Adam Parkhomenko, a 28-year-old who has devoted a decade of his life to trying to help Hillary Clinton win the presidency. We learn early in the article that Parkhomenko has put a great deal of thought into Clinton’s qualifications for the most important job in the world.

He’s been enamored of her since she visited his elementary school in the Virginia suburbs of Washington in 1995. He says he doesn’t remember anything in particular Clinton, then first lady, said that day; she just made a lasting impression on him.

We also learn than Parkhomenko is a full-time criminology major today at George Mason University. It’s a shame he’s not majoring in economics, since professors such as Donald Boudreaux and Peter Boettke might help him develop a better approach to public policy.

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