The Pros and Cons of the Basic Income Theory

"Economic growth comes from entrepreneurs risking their own money, not from politicians risking your money." ~Burt Folsom, Professor of History at Hillsdale College. The basic income theory is a term I use to describe the idea that as technology grows, eventually we will get to a point where the only people that have a decent life …

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It’s not a Zero-Sum Game

Gerald Samms is a blogger at the Noisy Mouse.  He is a self -proclaimed socialist/communist. Recently I came across his blog while researching for an article and I noticed this statement that he made. "Think about it: If one person has something, other people can’t have it." I couldn't pass up this opportunity to debate a socialist …

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Why My Generation Will HAVE to Worry About Our National Debt

$19,896,426,850,500 and counting. In words, it's nineteen trillion, eight hundred ninety-six billion, four hundred twenty-six million, eight hundred fifty thousand, five hundred dollars. That's how much the US government owes. The per-person total is well over 60,000 dollars. Now I'm not on the Trump Train but I prefer him to Hillary and her plans to turn …

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Why the Wage Gap Doesn’t Matter.

"[Socialists] would rather have the poor poorer, provided that the rich were less rich." -Margaret Thatcher, British Prime Minister The Department of Numbers said in 2015 that the median income level in the US is $55,775.  Compare that to the median income level in the world: $9,733 according to Gallup. Margaret Thatcher explains it here. The …

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