If you’re a fan of Harry Potter, Star Wars, Libertarian politics, the principles of liberty, the American Revolution, and noninterventionism, this is a trilogy for you.
Why Writing is my Ultimate Passion, Which Might Lead to Speaking to Stop the Most Notorious Organized Crime Scheme the World has Ever Seen Okay, so how did I spend much of my downtime on Thursday? I spent my time watching this video and tomorrow I’ll be researching a few articles, more videos, … Continue reading Passion is Something Worth Dying For
Capitalism, or as I call it, free market economics, isn’t the bad guy. In fact, it’s the good guy. It all comes down to what one wishes to pursue in life. In America, we have a lot of government intervention, and it never does well. I see the Fight for Fifteen mantra everywhere, but no one realizes this would further devalue the dollar, raise prices because cost of production would rise, and it would lead to job cuts and unemployment would skyrocket. Many point to places like Europe where they see low unemployment rates with higher minimum wages. However, we need to realize unemployment is only measured if one is unemployed and in the work force. If they’re not actively looking for work, they’re not considered unemployed. This totally thwarts the unemployment percentage both at home and abroad.
Taking the US Dollar off the gold standard has been the worst move our government has made in the last one hundred years. Doing so has allowed the Federal Reserve Bank to print money out of thin air to fund a warfare-welfare state and has accrued over 21 trillion dollars in national debt, more than the next three countries (United Kingdom, France, and Germany) combined.
One such case is Donald Trump’s political stunt in recognizing East Jerusalem is Israeli territory and moving the US embassy there. So, yesterday, Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, also a close, personal friend of Ben Netanyahu (who I’ve written about in the past) praised the opening of the US embassy in East Jerusalem. TV broadcasts carried a split screen, showing reactions of unarmed Palestinians in Gaza, many of which were women and children.