Trump has come under fire for saying that PR has set our country’s budget back, but we’ve been in trouble for decades. Today we are mired in a mess that our politicians of both parties have created; unbelievable public debt, excessive taxation stifling our economy, entitlements well on their way to insolvency, poor inner-city schools and unaffordable higher education, and the list goes on and on. The solution to most of our problems is a return to capitalistic approaches to these numerous problems. The moral sanctity of capitalism remains intact. It has lifted up millions from poverty and despair. Its nemesis, socialism, with its siren call for unlimited gifts for all, has given rise too frequently to tyranny and the deaths of millions at its worst, and poverty and economic stagnation at its best.
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The Jones Act bars cheaper, foreign flag ships from bringing in supplies from US Ports. It’s been waived after previous disasters like Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy but and recently President Trump explained why he went through with a temporary waiver for Puerto Rico. I want to hear what your opinion is on the matter – should the waiver be temporary or permanent? And how will it affect the U.S.?
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.
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