Category archives: Barack Obama

Voting For Third Party? Libertarian? Good?

Voting For Third Party? Libertarian? Good?
This article analyzes the option of voting for third parties. Discusses the arguments for and against the multiple party system. Brings into focus the importance of competition and availability of choice. Points out to the rampant corruption and cronyism in current two party dominance over our political system. Explains, how improved competition and more choices can change the situation. Appeals to the voters for voting in accordance with merit, not the affiliations.

Shutdown, Big Government, Economy, Effects, Causes

Shutdown, Big Government, Economy, Effects, Causes
This article analyzes the issues associated with U.S. federal government shutdown. Raises the question, why is it such a big deal, even? How and why federal government's shutdown causes so much trouble in our lives and economy? Constitutionally speaking, federal government was supposed to be very small and limited, with almost no direct effect on our daily lives and economy. Instead of that it has become a giant monster, which scares and harasses everyone, all the time. Why does federal government only creates problems, and never solves any of those?

Climate, Economic, Financial Forecasting Models: Accuracy

Climate, Economic, Financial Forecasting Models: Accuracy
This article analyzes the predictability of climate, economy and finance. Sheds light on different methods of estimation, and finds out why most of those are so off. Diggs into the filthy triangle between corporate and lobby money, big media propaganda tactics, and ever growing governmental size, authority and spending. Finds out the links between authority and corruption, and secrecy and corruption. Discovers, why this situation is turning out to be a train wreck, for our country, nation and everyone of us

Action, Enjoyment, Liberty, Force, Government, Individual

Action, Enjoyment, Liberty, Force, Government, Individual
This article compares individualism with collectivism. Finds out, if the collective good lies in individual freedom and happiness or individual welfare lies in collective reforms. Borrows arguments from the evolution of societies and civilization. Shows the contrast between the individual ownership of him or herself and statism. Justifies the value of inalienable rights to life, liberty, property and pursuit of happiness.

Libertarianism, Utilitarianism, Mill, Smith, Rights, Happiness

Libertarianism, Utilitarianism, Mill, Smith, Rights, Happiness
This article analyzes, examines and compares the modern political, economic and social theories, and philosophies. Finds out what lead us to where we are now and why? Explains the common terms like constitution, governments, legislature, rights, utility and contract. Measures and calculates the limitations and confinements of authority exercised and enjoyed by government, and delegated by constitution of "We the people".

Global Warming, Energy Insanity, Taxes, Subsidies

Global Warming, Energy Insanity, Taxes, Subsidies
This article analyzes the rampant corruption and cronyism going on in U.S. government, in the name of wars and green technology. Unveils the role of corporate lobbies and big media in this ongoing and worsening situation. Points out, why a government too big in size and authority is the biggest threat to the survival of any nation and country. Diggs out and suggests the possible solutions for this serious problem.

Obama, President, Responsibility, Big Government, Scandals

Obama, President, Responsibility, Big Government, Scandals
This article analyzes the causes and consequences of rampant government corruption. Points out the fact that corruption is a direct result of uncontrolled and ever growing authority. The size of government is now so big that even the most liberal people like president Obama are accepting the difficulties and pains in managing and controlling this monster. Engine of growth and prosperity are individual freedoms, not more regulations.

Tesla, Electric Luxury Cars, Taxpayers’ Cost

Tesla, Electric Luxury Cars, Taxpayers’ Cost
This article analyzes the distortion in free market, created by government picking up the winners and losers, mostly losers. Provides a very broad based and deep analysis of causes, methods and devastating effects on our everyday life, economy, financial status, business, jobs and fairness. Effectively shows, why market forces are far better then corrupt government officials and media, deciding our fate as individuals, and as a nation and country.

Government Spying Reporters, Public, Privacy, AP

Government Spying Reporters, Public, Privacy, AP
This article analyzes the confirmation of long suspected spying of government on reporters and its citizens, and using that data to blackmail them. Obama widely ran his 2008 campaign on the promise to stop human rights violations being committed by Bush administration. Yet, his government becomes the biggest human rights violator in American history. I do not see much difference between fascist regimes of Russia, china, Iran, Syria, Cuba, North Korea and United States, in terms of abusing their powers, violation the laws and human rights, and enforcing a harsh regime on their citizens.

Obamacare, Healthcare, Government, Private, Insurance, Cost

Obamacare, Healthcare, Government, Private, Insurance, Cost
This article analyzes the Obama care, so called, Affordable Healthcare Act, in the light of the fact that it is actually making healthcare, even more unaffordable. Brings into focus the history and evolution of healthcare industry in United States and the roles played by by the key players in this game. Goes outside the box and paints a comprehensive picture of whole issue. Finds out the real causes and solutions.

Krugman, Reinhart, Debt, Spending, Taxes, Growth

Krugman, Reinhart, Debt, Spending, Taxes, Growth
This article analyzes and compares conflicting views and opinions of two of the world's most popular economists, Mr. Krugman and Mr. Reinhart. The basic argument is, whether we spend our way out of this crisis or should we pull our reins on reckless spending. Mr. Krugman is advocating the idea of making more money available for economy, regardless of its source. On the other hand, Mr. Reinhart, holds the view that it really matters where money is coming from.

Chained CPI, Entitlements, Budget Deficits, Reforms

Chained CPI, Entitlements, Budget Deficits, Reforms
This article analyses the issues related to federal budgeting, deficits and debt. Diggs deep into the real causes and their perpetuation. Explores, how money, politics, corruption, dishonesty, human psychology and propaganda are involved. Finds out the real solutions. Stresses on the fact that a complete overhaul in political, financial and fiscal system is needed. Points out that it also requires a major change in the way we get information and use it to vote.

Obama, Budget Deficits, Taxes, Spending, CBO

Obama, Budget Deficits, Taxes, Spending, CBO
This article analyzes the current U.S. budget and debt crisis, in the light of two party duopoly on our political system. Points out the fact that people are flip flopping from one party to another, in the false hope of getting something better out of other party. Unfortunately, every time we switch over to the other party, the outcome we get is even worse than before. The reason for that is because both parties are now totally corrupt, and work for same corporations and their lobbies. The only way out of this mess is a third party controlling White House.

U.S., China, Nuclear DPRK, Sanctions, Stability

U.S., China, Nuclear DPRK, Sanctions, Stability
This article analyzes the situation in Korean peninsula, it's historical background and possible solutions. Sheds light on the true effects of economic sanctions, being repeatedly imposed by U.N. Security Council. Brings into focus the the related issues of balance of power, global interests and concerns. Balances the equation between U.S., China, North Korea and Japan. Evaluates, in detail, the role of China and it's causes. Part played by ideological conficts and post Korean war tensions, is discussed, too.

Nuclear Proliferation, U.S., Iran, North Korea

Nuclear Proliferation, U.S., Iran, North Korea
This article analyzes the issues surrounding nuclear proliferation. Discusses the arguments of deterrence and national security. Criticizes the sense of entitlement and privileges of being big, powerful and rich. Emphasizes that the equality among nations and countries is key to resolution of issues. Points out to the fact that non-proliferation and disarmament are strictly tied together. Sheds light on fact that all involved parties must be treated with respect and dignity. Only possible ends to the problem are either everyone has nuclear weapons or no one, with of course first option being extremely disastrous.

Trade, Protectionism, Property, Application, Constitution

Trade, Protectionism, Property, Application, Constitution
This article analyzes the two fundamental constitutional responsibilities of United States government, promotion of trade and protection of personal property. Emphasizes the fact , no where in constitution, it is mentioned that the responsibility of U.S. government is to police the world or infringe on personal property like money. Successfully relates the growing size of government with it's ever increasing malfunction. Points out that the big governments like United States are the biggest hurdle in promotion of peace and stability in the world and the true welfare of their own people.

Vision, Fallacies, Economy, Housing Bust

Vision, Fallacies, Economy, Housing Bust
This article analyzes the 2013 State of Union address, delivered by president of United States, Barack Obama. Breaks down the president's excuses for a jobless recovery. Finds out, why his agenda is a complete and utter failure. Compares the golden principles of free markets, freedom of people and press, and balance of power between three branches of government, with Obama's agenda of unlimited government intervention, growth in size and power of government, tyranny and limiting the rights and freedom to minimum possible.

Keynesian, Austrian Models, Growth, Jobs

Keynesian, Austrian Models, Growth, Jobs
This article analyzes the theoretical basis for current government policies. Compares Keynesian theories with classical economics and Austrian school of thought. Provides historical background and progress on current policies. Highlights the perspective on basic economic terms like supply, demand, inflation, investment and money. Explores relationship between key economic factors, and growth and jobs. Defines the rules governing economy and financial markets. Explores links between money, politics and economic policies.

Spending, Deficits, Financial Sustainability, Government

Spending, Deficits, Financial Sustainability, Government
This article analyzes the current U.S. government policies, in general. Discusses the arguments being used by Obama administration, in the favor of their policies. Provides some some key statistics and examples, directly related to the burning issues. Discloses the dramatically increasing insolvency of U.S. government, and it's various funds and programs. Compares the more revenues argument with less spending proposals. Finds out, the real causes of major problem, faced by us, today. Provides a far more comprehensive picture, then what is being portrayed by government and media.

Constitution, President, Congress, Courts, Media

Constitution, President, Congress, Courts, Media
This article analyzes the balance of power between the three branches of government and president's insistence on uncontrolled and unchecked powers. Discusses the president's ridiculous notion that anyone who disagrees with him is somehow stupid. Highlights the role of media, like Wikipedia, in placing a check on government corruption. Emphasizes the fact that people of this country own this country, not the government or their funding corporations. Acknowledges that Obama is turning out to be far more dumb then Bush.
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