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Rarely do you find someone that is willing to stand up for what they believe in the way that Nikki Haley does. She is one of those true soldiers that is willing to go the extra mile.

Now, that being said, I am the type of person that has worked hard to get to where I am. In my twenties, I worked some of the crappiest jobs that the world had to offer. They were the epitome of awful. Once I got into my thirties, I was able to take that experience and turn it into a career that I am able to provide for my family and provide for them well.

All of that in mind, the money that I earn every year is my own and to be honest with you, it should be up to me and me only who or what it gets spent on.

If you haven’t already checked out PragerU, you should now. Nikki Haley, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, was featured in a new video from PragerU, explaining why the United States should “double down” on capitalism instead of heading down the path to socialism.

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According to Nikki Haley, capitalism “remains not just the best, but the only chance for the least fortunate in the world to make life better for themselves and their children.”

“And the more we see of capitalism’s rival, socialism, the more proof we have that capitalism is the way we want to go,” she continues.

Haley begins the video by discussing her upbringing. She talks about growing up “in South Carolina as the daughter of Indian immigrants,” and notes that her mother demonstrated “what it meant to live the American dream” through growing a successful business.

“As my mother’s story so vividly illustrates, America is a country where people can find jobs that match their talents and passions,” Haley says.

“Some Americans take this for granted. The rest of the world envies it,” she added.

Haley then discusses her time serving as governor of South Carolina, where she “marveled at capitalism’s power to improve lives,” noting that her administration’s “pro free-market policies helped bring in more than $20 billion in investment and created jobs in every county of the state.”

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