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 conspiracy theories and governments’ monopoly on power in the light of recently growing U.S. militaristic involvement in many countries around the world. Highlights the fact that only individuals are supposed to have monopoly on power, not the governments. The institution of government is supposed to serve individuals, not the other way around. Governments are public servants, not the masters.
This article analyzes the continuously worsening human rights situation in United States, since 9/11. Criticizes AUMF, NDAA and patriot act. Highlights the constitutional issues attached to post-9/11 continuous state of war. Raise the question, is this really worth over a trillion dollars in spending, loss of thousands of soldiers, over a million deaths, immense loss of property and business, and giving away our freedoms?
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.
This article analyses the current economic and financial situation in United States under the light of experience during 1920 Depression. Performs a comparison of fiscal and monetary manipulation by government, at the expense of tax payers, to “fix the economy” versus Laissez-faire. Highlights the sharp contrast in policies and resultant recovery during 1920 and 1929 depressions. Discusses the underlying factors behind this huge difference.
This article analyzes Great Depression in a broader historical perspective. Sheds light on the causes and development of disaster. Connects the dots between major studies, articles, accounts and books on Great depression. Separates the reality from hype and propaganda. Points out to the parallels in 2008 and other major economic and financial disasters. Makes it clear, what may be prolonging recovery from 2008 crisis.
This article is first in a series, analyzing the current state of affairs in United States under a very broad spectrum of global background, history, facts exploration, research, politics and Economics. Finds out, if the global and historical class warfare still going on in U.S.? Do we still have a class which is trying to enslave the masses? Explores the attacks on constitution of United States of America. Highlights the facts, why elite class envies our constitution, so much?
This article analyzes the issue of minimum wage from business, economic, financial and social relationships point of view. Digs into the root causes of currently very hot discussion. Proposes that beating about the same bush will not solve the problems. All the currently proposed solutions are tried again and again, before. We are having this discussion again, because, issues are not resolved, at least in long run.
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.
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.
This article analyzes the links between violence, firearms and gun control. Breaks down the British statistics in historic perspective. Cites the example of Switzerland. Effectively shows that the firearm ownership has absolutely no link to the rate of violence in a society. It is more related to the other factors like cultural norms and social structures. Evaluates the other benefits of firearms ownership. For example, safety from foreign invasion, no need for standing army, freedom and happily party culture.
This article analyzes the candidacy of Gary Johnson, Libertarian candidate for president of United States, in 2012 U.S. presidential elections, former two times, term limited governor of New Mexico, popularly known as Mr. veto, who used his veto power, a record, 750 times, during his eight years, cut taxes fourteen times and never raised those. He is true Libertarian, who stands for the superiority of constitution, drug reforms like legalizing Marijuana, ending military wars and war on drugs, and bringing troops home, right now.
This article analyzes the global financial crisis, it’s causes, fixes and reasons for repeated failures. It reviews the roles of government, congress, courts, agencies and law enforcement. Discusses the controversial issues like, Federal Reserve, printed money, debt, budget deficits and authority to issue money. Tries to get to the root causes of repeated financial crises and market failures. Sheds light on the role of corporate media and politicians sold out to corporate lobbies. Brings into focus the movement for restoration of constitution and individual liberties.
This video is the fourth in a series on U.S. healthcare and immigration reforms, their need, urgency, roadblocks, cost and consequences. Provides a historical perspective to the issue and gives it a scholastic touch. Analyzes the positive and negative roles played by immigrants in United States.
This video is the second in a series on Healthcare and Immigration Reforms in United States, in the light of election campaigns for 2012 presidential elections. Performs a bipartisan analysis of needs for reforms, different proposals and solutions, and the healthcare reforms under Obama and Democratic government.
This video analyzes the Republican primaries in Iowa and New Hampshire, and discusses the possible outcomes in South Carolina, and Florida, as well. Brings into focus the possible implications of these results on general, congressional, Senate and House races, and presidential elections, this year.
This article is the fourth in a series on incumbent president and projected Democratic Party nominee for 2012 presidential elections in United States, Barack Obama. It analyzes his policies, record, achievements, failures and challenges. Provides a historical perspective to his presidency.