Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the unofficial head strategist for the Democrat Party, has made yet another momentous announcement. According to predictions from “Milton Keynes,” the economy will have become so wealthy by 2030, that we will all be able to live comfortably by working just 15 hours a week. The one problem with this pronouncement from this imminent “expert” in economic theory is that she mixed up the names of two economists who had widely divergent views on macroeconomic policy. John Maynard Keynes called for activist government that would stimulate and restrain the economy, when necessary, through taxation and government spending. Milton Friedman called for a far less activist government that influenced economic activity through changes in the money supply. This screw up might have been excused if Ms. Ocasio-Cortez had majored in English literature or philosophy. Unfortunately, she holds a degree in economics, which makes this mistake especially embarrassing. Of course, it might be forgiven if one takes into account that much of Ms. Ocasio-Cortez’s post graduate economic studies have been in Marxism, if she has studied economics at all, since she graduated from college.