America, for decades, has moved towards a corporatist state. For nearly a generation, voters were hoodwinked into believing there is a difference between the Republican and the Democrat Establishment parties. Although there are some differences, those differences are superficial. Today, the Establishment has two names and on principle that is the only difference between the […]
Corporatism is defined by the Macmillan Dictionary as, “a political and economic system in which planning and policy are controlled by large groups such as businesses, labor unions, and central government.” With the approval of Obamacare by all branches of the U.S. Government, the path to a fully corporate government is set in stone in […]
Those fighting against the corporatization of America are extremely concerned about the direction our country moved over the past generation. For decades we sat by while assuming a hero would rise and eventually fight back against the robbing of us, our children, and our grandchildren for the benefit of the few with the money […]
Editor’s Note: I hope I am wrong . . . But I fear I am right:
2020 is a shit-show and it is only going to get worse. Clearly, there is a coordinated insurgency into the United States fueled by the media, the overarching and far too powerful centralized government, and entitled factions of people brought up over generations to believe they deserve the unearned. Politicians and citizens’ complacency and the childish desire to kick the can down the road will come to a head sometime after the election no matter the outcome: Read more →
Below is a full account of the remarkable speeches made at the RNC Convention during the month of August, 2020. This is one repository of the awe-inspiring words of the new Republican Party, devoid of globalists/corporatists/RINOs; offering true hope for America’s future:
Like the stock market, life on occasion needs a correction. Clearly, whether we like it or not, America is at this point. While there are those who believe this is just a phase, it is not.
Recently, Beyond Conflict published a research paper titled, “America’s Divided Mind.” The paper examines the divide between republicans and democrats in America today, and at its core is essentially a statist’ plea for rational people to compromise with the statists’ desire to control them.
In its overview section, the authors state:
Toxic polarization [between republicans and democrats], like violent sectarianism in many parts of the globe, distorts our view of reality. This leads people to underestimate what they have in common and creates a vision of the world that is defined by a destructive “Us vs. Them” mentality. Our results suggest that the United States is now facing toxic polarization.
After witnessing the riots all throughout America over the past week, it is evident that the combination of mandatory face masks and civil unrest is incompatible. A society cannot remain united when criminals are allowed to covered their faces by government mandate.
Whether these events are coordinated or a perfect storm, it does not matter at this critical time. To save America, the masks must go.
It is clear the Leftists in America are using the COVID-19 pandemic to achieve their longstanding fight to “fundamentally change America.” CNN, MSNBC, politicians, and countless leftist propaganda outlets want us to believe the power grab of governors and government in general is the “New Normal” in America.
“In a gentle way, you can shake the world.” – Mahatma Gandhi
To anyone paying attention and possesses the type of courage our forefathers possessed at our country’s inception, they know the time is now to peacefully retake our country. After this opportunity passes, a peaceful option may never return, and the enemies of America win.
Many governors are claiming to reopen their economies while keeping a stranglehold on private businesses’ ability to operate, and using the COVID-19 pandemic to vastly expand the surveillance state while continuing to treat American citizens like children. This “emergency” that has lasted months is becoming more an excuse by tyrants to impose their will upon everyone rather than a public health concern.
Emergencies do not have marginally more of an effect on a population than something such as the flu, and they do not last for months.
Across the country, we are facing governors who clearly adore their newfound dictatorial powers. For the first time we are being ruled by a handful of power-hungry politicians openly and without constraint. Voluntary interaction has almost completely stopped, and those who have done nothing wrong are being treated like criminals and caged like animals. Read more →
The age of social distancing and widespread death due to the coronavirus illustrates still another profound reason to preserve and protect property rights in America. This means ending all Sustainable Development initiatives in the United States.
The UN Sustainable Development initiatives that permeate much of the United States in the form of economic development plans seek to mitigate the “sprawl” of single-family homeownership and replace such living conditions with mixed-use and high-density subsidized housing. If such centralized planning was fully implemented today, the death toll and economic destruction in America would be far worse due to its magnifying effect on the spread of infectious disease.
The entire Sustainable Development/Agenda 21 assault on private property rights is predicated on two main principles:Read more →
Over the last few decades, we’ve witnessed several events in which corporatists politicians convinced foolish Americans that crises were occurring in order to generate a crippling debt in the United States. This was allowed due to the gullibility of many Americans, along with the encouragement of adult children who do not possess the self-worth to earn their own keep; the socialists. And now that America faces a real crisis in the spread of the Coronavirus, our options are more limited than ever.
A crisis is defined by the American Heritage Dictionary as; “A crucial or decisive point or situation, especially a difficult or unstable situation involving an impending change.” In other words, a crisis is an imminent problem, a change that must happen at a specific point in time or a serious catastrophe could ensue.
A good example of a crisis is the current challenge America faces with the Coronavirus. Without decisive and immediate action, hundreds of thousands, maybe millions could die.
This is a REAL crisis.
But what of the many “crises” we’ve seen over the last few decades?
It is not news that education in America is outrageously expensive and children are graduating from high school without the skills toproductively contribute in real world. According to FareedZakaria of CNN,
“On a recent international test, U.S. students ranked only 15th in the world in reading, 23rd in science and 31st in math. Overall, the World Economic Forum ranks the quality of our education at 26th. What’s odd is that we’ve been outspending most developed countries by a long shot. In 2007, we spent over $10,000 per student versus the $7400 average for rich countries. “
Students blame teachers, teachers blame families, families blame teachers, the Democrats blame the lack of funding and the Republicans blame the unions. There is truth to all sides of the discussion as much as there are falsehoods.
What is really important and what can we truly change?Read more →
Reports are all over the news of retailers being warned not to “price gouge” products in high demand due to the spread of the Coronavirus. As with so many politically motivated laws and regulations, such efforts will result in unnecessary deaths and harm to victims of a crisis. Those who support such laws simply do not understand the basics of economics and markets, typically those on the political left, whether that be democrats or republicans.
Markets react to market forces. Always, every time.