This article analyzes the vested interests of status quo in current economy and promising future of share economy, in the light of current government crack down on share entrepreneurs. Highlights the fact that it is creativity and innovation of entrepreneurs which has always changed world, not government regulations, and tax driven programs and policies. Provides a wide and deep perspective from American and World history.
This article analyzes the dangerous problem of credit crunch and enormously difficulty in finding finance for small businesses. Highlights the role of government regulations in creation and worsening of this problem. Bring into focus the non banks financing options for small businesses, emerging out as new entrepreneurial solutions to bypass the adverse effects of government regulations on banking industry.
This article analyzes the strangling effects of excessive taxation and government regulations on our economy and finances. Answers the arguments presented by big proponents of big government, taxation and welfare, with the help of a common sense, hypothetical example. Unveils the fact that all this presumed current need for welfare programs and unemployment is the result of excessive taxation.
This article analyzes the Federal Reserve System, deficit financing, government backed bonds and securities, paper money, budget deficits and sovereign debt, in the light of experience of Great Recession of 2008-2009. Explores the history of the formation of Fed. Uncovers the partnership between big banks and government, in the form of Federal Reserve System. Explains, how Fed is responsible for repeated bubbles, deficits, and credit and debt crises in our economy.
This article analyzes the “too big to fail” notion and politics of, and media compaineering of bailouts, in the light of the experience of early 1990s recession. Shows that the number one cause of recklessness in the behavior of big banks and corporations, and government, are the guaranteed bailouts from tax payers. Strongly suggests that competition restricting government regulations and failed promises to to end ‘too big to fail’ require us to start voting for third party candidates.
This article analyzes the standards of living, savings and investments since the beginning of twentieth century, in the light of experience of early nineties recession. Seriously criticizes the measures of standards of living. Sheds light on the hoax of government taking care of retired people. Explores the devastating effects of high taxation on business investments and financing. Explains the adverse effects of big government on standards of living, savings and investments.
This article analyzes the notion of “too big to fail”, tax payer sponsored bailouts, corporate welfare, paper money, and fractional lending, in the light of early 1980s recession. Sheds light on, so called ‘stagflation’. Uncovers the partnership between big banks, corporations, government, major political parties and corporate media. Effectively shows, how fiat money coupled with fractional lending causes stagflation, often resulting into bailouts.
This article analyzes the Keynesian theories regarding fiscal and monetary policies, inflation and financial crisis, in the light of the experience of 1973-75 recession. Effectively shows that increased money supply or inflation through government manipulation is not the solution for financial crises. As a matter of fact, government interventions just mess up the economy, even more. History has shown us that time and again,
This article analyzes the adverse economic effects of our governments continuous attempts to police the world and resultant wars, in the light of 1969-70 recession. Effectively shows, how recklessly lose supply of money through ridiculous fiscal and monetary policies cause inflation, currency devaluation, unemployment, depressed wages and benefits. lowered standards of living and recessions.
This article analyzes the effects of government encroachments on our rights, our money, our property and our country, in the light of the experience of 1960-61 recession. Provides a historical perspective and proves that this government and corporate take over is not stopping at any point until a complete corporate rule is established, unless we unite and stand up to it, hand to hand, together.
This article analyzes the big government burden on economy and country’s finances, in the light of the experience of 1958 recession. Spells out the enormously adverse effects of direct and indirect taxes and sovereign debt on take home money. Highlights the reason why people are taking home less and less money after ever increasing payroll deductions. Makes it very clear that the continuous decrease in take home money is not coming out of thin air. It is a direct result of bigger government and its enormously ballooning debt.
This article analyzes the inflationary effects of monetary and fiscal interventions, and their strangulation on economy, in the light of experience with 1953 recession. Compares the effectiveness of hidden hand with government’s hands. Provides the explanations, reasons and evidence on, why government interventions just worsen an already bad recession. Highlights the alternatives or I should say the original alternatives to government interventions.
This article analyzes the minimum wage and quantitative Easing issues in the light of the historical experience of 1949 recession. Effectively shows, how 1949 recession was exactly opposite of what liberals expect from a rise in minimum wage. In 1949 GDP, department store sales, wholesale price and cost of living indexes fell, while unemployment went up, as a result of rise in minimum wage and tightened monetary policy.
This article analyzes the effects of sovereign debt on money valuation, purchasing power, wages and incomes, standards of living, business, prices and cost. Explains the concepts of direct and indirect taxation. Highlights the fact that governments, after world wide dominance of fiat currencies, now, prefer indirect taxes over direct taxation. Shows the political and popular media correctness of indirect taxation.
This article analyzes the dynamics of sovereign debt and its consequences. Highlights its effects on an average Joe. Explores its relationship with money valuation, cost of living and doing business, demand, employment and wages. Criticizes Keynesian view of servicing the debt and indirect taxation through money devaluation. Uncovers the serious long and short term collateral damage done by Keynesian economics and policies.