Tag: Capitalism

The War on Childhood Part One: Cupcakes and Lemonade Stands

Posted by in Capitalism, Children, Free Markets

Leftist food control freaks decades ago identified rich, comforting desserts as a threat to humankind, and set out on a quest to shame cupcakes, brownies, cookies and all things baked.

The Best of Cute Kittens Against Socialism

Posted by in Capitalism, Cat Lovers

Give me Liberty…or I’ll scratch your freaking eyes out.

Jobs and Production: The Engines of Freedom

Posted by in Capitalism, Economy, Education

In an article written by Martin Fridson in June, 2013, “Who are the Real Job Creators,” he stated: “True economic growth consists of a rise in the economy’s potential output. An increase in potential output, and by extension, bona fide job creation springs from two sources: (1) Population growth, which raises aggregate demand; and (2) Increased productivity.”

Giving Tree and Rainbow Fish go to Therapy with Dr. Little Red Hen

Posted by in Abnormal Psychology, Children's Literature

When I was a cute little chick I had a lot of hopes and dreams. The other animals in the barnyard were important to me and so I tried to include them in those hopes and dreams. You know I love to bugaaawwwk! I mean bake. My dream was to have an endless supply of flour to bake beautiful bread and cakes and cookies.

Taxation: The Enemy of Free Enterprise

Posted by in Economy, Taxation, Tea Party

Most of the dollars are sent to Washington, D.C., and to state governments, making remote the possibility that local businesses will ever see any of those dollars.

Wealth Creation in a FREE Economy

Posted by in Economy, Education, School Reform

The poor in the United States often own flat-screen TV’s, cell phones, automobiles, and other possessions deemed luxury items by the poor in other countries. Why is that? Why do the poor in the U.S. have a much higher standard of living than the poor in other countries?

Yertle the Turtle Goes to Therapy with the Little Red Hen

Posted by in Abnormal Psychology, Children, Children's Literature

Get on your knees and become my chair. I’m the ruler of the earth, I am creation’s heir! I am master of all that I see! The chaise lounge, the silk plants, the flat screen TV!


Posted by in 2012 President, Capitalism, Communism

Capitalism is where people with diverse attributes, varying levels of creativity and skill, physical strength, and personal passions can each find prosperity by simply exchanging value for value the dreams encapsulated in their hearts.


Posted by in 2012 Elections, Abnormal Psychology, Alcoholism, Amnesty for illegals, Capitalism
Occupy a job

Poor Occupiers–they are not held down by some superior class of oppressors. They are not exploited by some corporate entity in an unnamed process where their money and opportunity is sucked into the vaults of the super rich. They are not the orphans of Capitalism (unless they show up to an interview full of body piercings, tattoos, and a tattered Che Guevara T-shirt, thus failing to get a job from the local rich guy). The Occupy Movement is in bondage only to the despotism of its own fallacies.


Posted by in American Dream

Forrest, whose star of serendipity shone upon him brightly once more, went very big with the “Bubba Gump Shrimp” company. His boat turned into a fleet, and the fleet turned into more money than Forrest would know what to do with. Forrest gave Bubba’s portion to his momma in Bayou La Batre.

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