When people espouse political views and opinions do they actually think about the big picture? My personal belief is that most of time, people just have beliefs and views in a vacuum with no reference to the realities. I have studied history and politics for years and have learned to think about the reality before choosing to accept a certain view. A lot of times for me, I don’t know about anyone else, but I find myself objecting to the means of political policy not the ends. … Read More Hiatus Break: Big Picture Policies
I’m baaaaaack. I came upon some very interesting news on minimum wage. If you have ever read a post or scroll through this blog you can see that I love to talk about minimum wage. The reason why I discuss it so much is because its the best example of flawed economics and government policy.… Read More Hiatus Break: Minimum Wage doing Maximum Damage
I have to break my hiatus. I cannot be silent on these issues any longer. Its certainly been an interesting few months since I stopped writing on this blog. But I did say I might publish an article or two if I feel really moved. There are two issues that I feel like are quite… Read More Risky Business: Health Insurance and Foreign Policy.
I want to write a short post because of some recent events in my life and changes to my schedule. I am going to take a Hiatus from writing this blog. No one else will be writing either. However, if I feel strongly about something and need to write it then I won’t hesitate. The… Read More Hiatus: A New Path Forward
My last post on tariffs was very good if you haven’t read it yet. I just want to make one clarification about that post. Throughout the post, I mention the possibility of plan to make tariffs a bigger source of national revenue. The problem is that I wrote it just trying to educate people about… Read More Mixed Bag: Wrong on Tariffs, Got Hacked?, Garrett for President 2028?
In history class, I distinctly remember talking about tariffs. It’s usually something you learn about first especially in American history. The American revolutionaries were unhappy with the tariffs being put on their exports by the British. This is what the revolution started over to a degree. You might not remember what a tariff or tariffs… Read More Tariffs: America’s Oldest Tax Plan Revisited
You might be familiar with the term political parties. I think most people would conjure up images of a donkey and an elephant. Many people associate political parties with democrat and republican. In most countries, there is either no political parties or just one; or there are more than two. America is unique in having… Read More The Deepening Divide: American Political Parties
Many people have found the heartbreaking videos of the Syrian refugees in Aleppo to saddening and angering. The Syrian conflict has been going on since March 2011. It seems that the conflict will not come to an end anytime soon. The situation is Syria is hugely complex. The conflict itself has many sides in addition… Read More US Foreign Policy: Syrian Intervention?
The topic of minimum wage seems to really boil my blood. I write about it constantly. I don’t know if I can link all the posts its in without making a paragraph of it. In this post, I want to reiterate some of my usual arguments about minimum wage. However, I want to connect two… Read More Beating A Dead Horse: Fallacy of Minimum Wage and Rise of Welfare
An important principle of our constitution that set ups our government is that of separation of powers. It is a part of checks and balances. Separation of powers has always been a hot topic especially in the Supreme Court. It keeps our government running smoothly. It helps determine the jurisdiction of each branch of government.… Read More Preventing Dictator Trump: Judicial Review and Separation of Powers