For generations, manufacturing jobs have been fleeing the United States. The reason for this is unquestionably the ever-increasing minimum wage and the extremely intrusive regulatory environment government imposed upon the citizens and entrepreneurs of America. Millions of Americans, rightfully so, are very concerned that the medications and products they need every day to stay alive may very well be in short supply soon. The reason this is a real possibility is politicians’ unquenchable lust for power, and huge, slow to adapt and innovate corporations’ that desire monopolies to destroy smaller, more agile, although less affluent, competitors.
The result is an American population almost completely dependent upon other countries, predominantly China, for critical, lifesaving products and medications, and why America could face a much more deadly problem than the Coronavirus itself. Read more →
The real threat of the Coronavirus is not the deaths it will cause due to illness, it is the countless deaths that will be incurred by the massive power grab sure to ensue. Power hungry and government worshiping Rahm Emanuel stated, “You never let a serious crisis go to waste. And what I mean by that it’s an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before.”
The Coronavirus is just such an opportunity, one that only comes about every decade or so, and rest assured all Democrat and many Republican politicians tamed by the Deep State are licking their lips.
How can one know this? With only a fraction of the threat from pandemics such as bird flu, swine flu, SARS, Zika, and on and on over the last few decades, politicians have used these events as an excuse to pass permanent legislation that would legalize both warrantless searches and due process protections. Read more →
The political Left in America are experts at linguistic jujitsu; they would happily sell Americans poison while convincing nearly half the population it is nectar. Herein lies the branding of themselves as “Progressives” and their efforts such as Obamacare as the “Affordable Care Act.”
Thinking takes far more effort than most people believe. The Left recognizes this and understands that many Americans are not just too lazy to think concepts through, but also the allure of using the coercive power of government to take from their neighbors is all too tempting.
The remedy to this problem is to beat the Left at their own game. The pool of presidential candidates in the Democrat Party, as well as leftist Republicans, can no longer be branded as they wish to be branded. The reality is that they are all corporatists, the quintessential term that will, in the long run, expose the Left as what they really are, but with only months before the 2020 presidential election, the brand of “monopolist” is far more easily communicated and nearly as effective.
Simply contrast the debacle and front runners of the Iowa Caucus; Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg:Read more →