Deregulation: A Path to Economic Prosperity
Deregulation is a term used to describe the reduction or elimination of government regulations and restrictions on businesses, industries, and the economy as a whole. It's a critical issue that's been hotly debated for decades, with those on the right often advocating for less government intervention and those on the left advocating for more government regulation to protect consumers and the environment. As a Libertarian Conservative, I strongly believe that deregulation is essential for economic prosperity and that the benefits of deregulation far outweigh the potential risks. In this article, I will outline the reasons why deregulation is necessary and how it would benefit the economy.
The Scary Reality of America's $32 Trillion Dollar Debt Problem
The United States' national debt has become a major concern for many Americans, and for good reason. As of 2022, the debt stands at an astronomical $32 trillion, a number that is increasing at an alarming rate with each passing year. This debt represents a significant threat to our economic stability and future prosperity, and it's imperative we take steps to reduce spending and get our financial house in order.
Why the System of Taxation is Actually a Form of Theft
Taxation, the process of levying taxes by a government, has been the subject of much debate for centuries. Some people argue that taxation is necessary for the functioning of government and the provision of public goods and services. Others argue that taxation is theft, an unjust taking of property from individuals without their consent.
Why Corporate Welfare is the Root of All Economic Evil
Corporate welfare refers to government subsidies, tax breaks, and other forms of financial support that are granted to businesses and corporations. The purpose of these subsidies is to stimulate economic growth, create jobs, and promote competitiveness. However, the reality is that corporate welfare often leads to economic inefficiencies, exacerbates income inequality, and undermines the principles of a free market economy.
Student Loans and Ends vs Means
The United States Constitution sets up a system of checks and balances to ensure that no one branch of government becomes too powerful. It is the ultimate implementation of #ConsentCulture, because there are 3 branches of government all designed to make sure that no one branch can unilaterally violate your consent. The system is designed to protect the rights of the citizens and prevent the government from becoming tyrannical. The President of the United States is a part of this system and is expected to follow the rules and regulations set up in the Constitution. However, there have been instances where the President has attempted to override the system of checks and balances, and this could have serious consequences for the country.Read more
We Don’t Need A Government Takeover of Healthcare… We Need A Personal Option
The debate over healthcare in the United States has been ongoing for many years. One of the key points of contention is whether or not the government should take over healthcare or if a personal option is the better way to go. As a libertarian conservative, I firmly believe that a personal option is the best path forward for healthcare in the United States.
Introducing the Write In Only Election Model
The Write In Only (WIO) election system is a unique approach to voting that eliminates preprinted names on ballots. Instead, voters are required to type the name of their preferred candidate into a digital voting machine. The machine provides an autocomplete feature to avoid spelling mistakes. Upon finalizing the ballot, the machine prints two paper copies – one for the vote tabulation machine and one for the voter to keep as a record.
We Should Absolutely Abolish the IRS
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is an agency of the United States government that is responsible for the collection of taxes. While the IRS plays an important role in the functioning of the government, there are several reasons why it should be abolished.
It’s Time We Abolish the FBI
As a libertarian conservative, I believe in limited government and protecting individual rights. One area I believe the government has overstepped its bounds is the existence of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). I believe that the FBI should be abolished, and I'll explain why.
The Dangers of Big Government: Why Less is More
The concept of limited government, in which the state's power is constrained and individual freedom is emphasized, has been a central tenet of conservative and libertarian political ideologies for centuries. Proponents of limited government argue that a smaller, less intrusive state leads to greater economic prosperity, individual freedom, and a more efficient use of resources.