Listeners of the Tom Woods Show will recognize the name Gret Glyer, the young man who spent three years living in Malawi, the world’s poorest country at the time, in order to help the most vulnerable and who, at age 26, launched the outstanding DonorSee app, which allows givers to see video footage of the actual effects of their donations. Gret was shot to death in his Fairfax, Virginia, home on June 24, 2022. This episode is in remembrance of him.
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