Campus Reform's Katherine Timpf demolishes Rolling Stone's reforms for millennials

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A controversial article from Rolling Stone’s Jesse Myerson offered five tired communist reforms that millennials should be fighting for.

Rolling Stone argued in favor of guaranteed work for everybody, social security for all, eliminating private property, making everything owned by everybody, and placing a public bank in every state.

“These things aren't even possible,"   

Disgusted by Myerson’s suggestions Campus Reform reporter Katherine Timpf joined Fox and Friends Sunday morning to analyze the Rolling Stone article.

“These things aren't even possible," Katherine argued,  "[Myerson] is saying we need to guarantee high wages and guarantee zero unemployment.”

“If you force business to pay their workers more, they're not gonna be able to hire more of them. That’s math.”

Earlier this week Campus Reform posted a guest op-ed by Charlie Kirk which argued conservatives must “unapologetically defend economic freedom, capitalism, and free markets,” and oppose Jesse Myerson's “Five Economic Reforms Millennials Should Be Fighting For.”

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Caleb Bonham

Caleb Bonham

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Caleb Bonham is the editor-in-chief of Campus Reform.

A graduate of Colorado State University, Caleb is a frequent guest on the Fox News Channel and host of the award nominated YouTube series The Caleb Bonham Show.

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