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Capitalism is Freedom

Capitolism is being attacked and questioned by more and more these days, which is funny because capitolism as an economic system that is based on freedom.

Capitolism:
an economic and political system in which a country's trade and industry are controlled by private owners for profit, rather than by the state.

In a free country people are not equal economicaly, everyone has free choices and can make themsleves into whatever they want. In a prison everyone is equal -- like North Korea. In North Korea their socialist economy is based everyone being equal and therefore no one is allowed to leave without being shot in the back.

Societies should be based on what is right and just not what works, is secure or is convienent.
Freedom is what is right and a society shouldn't trade it for temporary financial gain and security.

What's Wrong with the Bailouts?

It has been proven in recent months, that political power does not lend itself to constraint. As financial institutions and companies all over the country have started spiraling because of bad loans and uncontrolled debt, the politicians have swooped in to the save the day.

With trillions of dollars being passed out to banks and other companies, many columnists, pundits and politicians are crying foul for various reasons.

  • It's too much money
  • It's not enough money
  • No golden parachutes for executives
  • There's not enough oversight
  • It's a bad investment
  • It won't work
  • It's putting the country further into debt
  • Yet, do any of these address the real problem with the bailouts?

    You Shall Not Steal

New Documentary reveals danger of the ever shrinking family

As an 8th grade student I remember writing an email response to a UN article about China's population control problem.
I wrote something to the affect "laws in China limiting the number of children may be too harsh but we must do something about the worlds over-population problem"
(For a while there my response was the first thing that came up on a Google search for my name.)

I was duped into believing that people were weeds and too many of them was a problem. Now I know that people are extremely valuable assets that you can never have too much of.

The consequence of this over-population hysteria and the break down of the family is what is brought to light in the new documentary Demographic Winter.

The film postulates the economic crisis that will proceed in the coming years if populations continue to shrink in all of the first world nations as they currently are.



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