There is no such thing as the political left and the political right. You’ve been duped.

There is no such thing as the political left and the political right. You’ve been duped.

Republican Democrat Red Pill Blue Pill by Héctor GarcíaThe goal of politicians and political parties is to pray on the apathy and ignorance of the public in order to achieve its primary mission: acquiring more power and money.  In any scenario in which organizations are in competition for the attention and resources of people, it benefits those vying for such attention to ensure their audience has as few options as possible. This is true for all organizations, and political groups are no different.

If there must be competition among those who deal in power and control, limiting the field to only two groups is obviously the optimal number.

This is a benefit to political entities because the fewer the parties or teams, the more chance a particular organization has to recruit more people.  For example, consider a scenario in which there were only two baseball teams in the entire country; one from the East and another from the West.  What are the odds that those who live on the East will purchase the souvenirs, team shirts, playing cards, and the nearly infinite number products of the team on their Coast?  Quite likely close to 100%.  Maybe some people who live on the border, or those that migrate from one coast to another will not, but without question the money to be made and the fan base to amass will be much larger when the market for fans is limited to either X or Y and no other. Read more

Regulations and politicians, not free markets, make it easier for corporations to dominate

Regulations and politicians, not free markets, make it easier for corporations to dominate

going out of business by timetrax23 smLarge corporations do not desire free markets; in fact they desire regulated and government controlled business climates that are far easier to control solely with money.  This is evident the moment a person honestly removes the rhetoric and emotion from nearly all arguments to the contrary, by simply recognizing the facts.

Free markets mean:

·  More competition

·  Easier advancement of smaller businesses

·  Quicker declines of industry leaders

·  Zero favoritism and coercion purchasable by those with the most money to spend

Those who advocate for government regulation are fighting for those corporations that desire an ever increasingly monopolistic or oligopolistic business climate so they may impose their will upon Americans and ever increasingly over our children’s lives.

Free Markets Mean More Competition

Free markets are exactly that:  Markets absent any attempts to initiate coercion upon consumers or competitors. There are no dues, no forced joining of groups, and easy entry and exit to and from the marketplace. 

One may ask, ‘Without government regulation, who will ensure products are safe?’ Read more