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 […]
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.
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 →
Since the end of the Obama administration the Deep State Establishment has never been closer to destroying America, and the taste of blood it had in its mouth emboldened its efforts for eight years. Now that Trump is president, like a ravenous animal backed into a corner so close to killing its prey, the Deep State is clearly not willing to go back to square one. This places America in a perilous position, and most are clueless as to the collision course our country is moving.
The Trump impeachment
The Trump impeachment is obviously the most visible front in the Deep State’s war against America. The notion of impeachment is now merely a tool to destroy a political enemy, no longer an option afforded to the American people for protection against a politician’s high crimes and misdemeanors. No objective person could draw another conclusion. From the fabricated and vulgar accusations of sexual misconduct by President Trump, to the Deep State funded Steele Dossier, and culminating currently to the hearsay-based Ukraine “crisis,” it is obvious we are in a fight for our country like never before.
Government imposed regulations limit innovation and protect big corporations from more agile and customer-responsive smaller businesses. Large corporations, with layers and layers of bureaucracy, simply cannot respond to market forces nearly as well as their smaller competitors. Flatter organizations with fewer layers of bureaucracy, on the other hand, can, and most often will, make common sense decisions quicker and more efficiently, endearing them to their customers. This is a much greater challenge to larger businesses that must seek consensus among many leaders before they can react to the needs of their customers.
Sounds like a bizarre question – but if one considers the reality that has emerged over the last decade, this correlation is clearly obvious and frightening. Reports of crimes such as human trafficking and abuses against children are not new, but the surfacing of the number and extent of powerful entities with global reach and their deep rooted ties to unspeakable horrors against children is becoming clear.
Consider three of the most powerful governmental and religious entities the world has ever seen:
The Catholic Church
The Catholic Church with its 1.2 billion followers is a powerful global organization. For decades, the Catholic Church has been exposed as a cabal of sexual predators. From Australia to Ireland, from Boston to Argentina, in every major country and in every US State, reports of abuses by Church authorities have come to light. According to the BBC, “A Church-commissioned report in 2004 said more than 4,000 US Roman Catholic priests had faced sexual abuse allegations in the last 50 years, in cases involving more than 10,000 children – mostly boys.” And these are just those abuses reported, just the tip of the iceberg.
As if this was not enough evidence alone, the reality that the Church leadership for decades, maybe centuries, covered up such abuses and even protected pedophiles in their ranks by moving them from one parish to another. Clearly, the Catholic Church was not only aware of such abuses as well as aware of the extent of the problem, but also worked to enable and protect the abusers. Read more →
For those parents who support free markets and fought against the current leadership in Warwick, and especially the children who will be forced into an even greater one-size fits all education system, true Americans extend their greatest sympathies.
For everyone else in the city of Warwick, you get what you deserve.
After years of Tea Party activists and good government organizations in Rhode Island fighting hard against the Establishment in the state, and warning union workers, parents, and all voters that their system of government is not sustainable, we see the result of voters’ blatant disregard to their warnings. The shortsightedness of the majority of voters in the state and others believing that if they do not vote for the Establishment their paycheck would be affected, the students of Warwick are the victims of their decision making. Read more →