Ineptocracy (in-ep-toc’-ra-cy) – a system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers. syn- socialism.
Go to any News site and you will see headlines about Impeachment of the President, our border crisis, income inequality, the list goes on and on. One side seems to be leaning towards socialism the other side seems to be just sitting back and letting the Democratic Party implode on itself. But what is really being done for the American People.Continue reading “The Ineptitude Of Our Congress”
Income inequality refers to the extent to which income is distributed in an uneven manner among a population. Or so many reporters and organizations suggest. Distributed by who, the Government? I think that they have the reference wrong. It should be, the extent to which income is earned in an uneven manner among a population. See the difference? Income is not something that is distributed its earned and earning a income means you have a skill set that is wanted and a job pays a certain amount for that skill. It also will depend on where you live as to what that pay may be.Continue reading “Income Inequality”
Under President Trump, things are going very well in America. After experiencing 2.9% economic growth in 2018, we are currently enjoying structurally low unemployment, with historic lows for people of color, and close to 7 million jobs that have yet to be filled. Wages are up, inflation has remained in check and while there are always exceptions to the rule, overall, people should be feeling great, right?
Well, millennials missed the memo and feel like they haven’t participated in American prosperity at all, Charlotte Alter claims in a Time Magazine cover story on Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y..Continue reading “Carol Roth: Millennial’s need a dose of reality”
If you want to throw suspicion off of your self and onto someone else, what would be the best way of doing it? Of course its to blame the other party for the same or worst thing that you are trying to cover up.
The 2016 election is the perfect example of this type of deception. Hillary made so many mistakes that she surely would have faced jail time, along with her other campaign staff, and possible going even as high as Obama. That they had to shift the focus from them to something or someone else. With the media’s help they most likely deliberately, concocted the Russia collusion scandal. For 2 years the Democrats have pushed this narrative to the point that it was 24 hours a day news. They created a special counsel to investigate it, and tried their best to convince the American people that President Trump with the help of the Russians stole the election.