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Are you confused over what socialism means?

First, it’s not social justice for everyone, it’s about collecting government power in Washington, at the expense of each individual person. Where does socialism lead to? Turn on the news and see what’s happening in Venezuela. Sure that is the extreme, but why take the chance of courting socialistic popularity here?

The antidote to Socialism: Capitalism.

Read Return to Capitalism to  more fully understand the differences. Capitalism is about promoting us all; each individual. It encourages wealth accumulation so that the enterprising few can share their wealth as philanthropists. At the same time it does not discourage safety nets designed to catch those down on their luck.

Who promotes socialism?

The true ideologues that dream of glories of communism are dwarfed by the many politicians that promote socialist ideas as gifts for all, and rewards for being victimized by mean-spirited people, so that they can achieve power and wealth for themselves (or at least find a comfortable permanent government jobs with lots of perks and benefits).
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I sincerely hope that you take my book with interest and think about things we doctors face, not only in medicine, but under the general economic conditions that most all of us live in. Please go to my web page and offer me comments of any flavor to help continue the debate and advocate for change.

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Creating a Dialogue

Today I am sharing an excerpt from my book, “Return to Capitalism” —

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“[…] I have tried to shed light on issues that aren’t necessarily difficult to understand, but are not of the common thinking of the masses, so that poorly thought out ideas easily emerge through ignorance. Truly, knowledge and truth will set you free. So, for trying to explain why a gold standard would benefit all, or why the trade deficit is so dangerous, or why failing to address the federal debt is a grave sin, along with some other issues, I hope I can start a dialogue that will lead us away from socialism and a return to capitalism.”

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Retiring the National Debt

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It’s Time to Start Retiring the National Debt:

Most Americans know that our country has a huge and growing debt problem. Most think that is a bad thing, but it never seems like an immediate threat. Imminent threats such as terrorist strikes do catch everyone’s attention and do call for action by our politicians and policy makers, but national debt doesn’t.

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The Upsides to Returning to Gold

Now, since basically no one noticed when Nixon took us off the gold standard (me included), I see no reason to try and argue the case for returning to a gold standard by trying to educate the electorate on this matter. Rather, we just need to educate a presidential candidate and influence his pick for Secretary of Treasury. Ideally, a Secretary who understands this subject. Then we need to elect members of Congress that believe in the sanity of a gold standard, and act on it. And that’s the end of my sermon.

What are the upsides of returning the dollar’s link to gold?

(1) No more inflation, which benefits savers, i.e., the value of money put into savings is “protected” from eroding away through inflation.

(2) Businesses that plan to expand would now be able to reliably predict future expenses, thus stimulation of business expansion.

Check out the other upsides in my book Return to Capitalism !

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My book is about the future, and the readers I wish to attract are the younger generations, especially those people attracted to liberal, progressive and socialistic ideals. The young tend to reject capitalism because anti-capitalism is all they’ve been taught. Thus, they believe that business is in the business of making money and not helping the poor or the environment. They have established views on the horrors of greed.