During World War II, healthcare shifted from an individual responsibility to a right. This is an inadvertent by-product of government price controls, requiring companies to find other ways to attract talent other than increased wages. Because employers could not pay more, they offered “free” healthcare as a form of compensation. This changed the market, from a consumer market to third party payer, in the case of many citizens, the employer decides what insurance is good for their employees...
Understanding Taxes and The Economy To understand the impact of taxes on the economy you first need to understand how the economy works. The vertical axis represents prices from high to low. The horizontal axis represents quantity or jobs from low to high. The demand curve, depicts the trade-off of goods. High priced goods in a normal econom...More
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In order to make America great again, we need to rethink our funding philosophy. Today, we place the burden of funding our government squarely on the backs of our businesses, our productivity. We have been doing this for over 100 years. It worked when the world was in ruin after World War II. With Japan flatten, most of Europe reduce...More
Great Job! so far but if substance matters you might strengthen your positions by…. Mr. Trump - Great job so far. You have done a good job striking a cord with the frustrated in America. However as the process moves forward you might want to enhance some of your positions. Here are some suggestions. More
Recently the Court has made a series of decisions that have delighted half of the country and outraged the other half. I suppose that this is no different than any decision of consequence, some will be happy and others will be upset but if we scrutinize the decisions perhaps we can make some serious inquires of what the Court has d...More
America has “invested” trillions of dollars to eradicate poverty from our shores and has failed. In 2012 on the 50th anniversary of Johnson’s war on poverty the House prepared a study on the cost, programs and effectiveness of the war. In 2012, the United States spent almost $800 billion in 92 programs combatting poverty. In...More