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Socialism, Ocasio-Cortez, Politics, Democrat Socialism, Bernie Sanders, Government, Capitalism, Allan Brownfeld

Do millennials like Ocasio-Cortez even know what Socialism means

WASHINGTON: Suddenly, we are hearing a great deal about “socialism.”  A Gallup Poll in August found that 57 percent of Democrats said they view socialism positively.  Other polls show the popularity of socialism among millennials and politicians such as Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez achieved celebrity promoting socialism, after she defeated the fourth-ranked Democratic House leader, Joseph Crowley, ...

Feel the socialist Bern!

Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton want to give you everything, but as Jefferson said, a government big enough to do that is big enough to take it all away.

Despite the political rhetoric, capitalism is still best system

WASHINGTON, Sept. 24, 2015 − Today there is a massive, ongoing, full-scale attack against capitalism. From President Obama to Hillary Clinton to Bernie Sanders to Pope Francis, capitalism is being blamed for most of the country’s economic problems, particularly the plight of the poor. The reality is that America’s movement away from the rigorous principles of ...

Wasserman-Schultz: Unable to define Socialist vs. Democrat

If Democrats continue to advocate for more government control, more government intervention, less personal freedoms and more government ownership, then it is no wonder that Chairperson Schultz could not explain the differences between Democrats and Socialists.

Why more businesses are going “Gun Free”

Last week we learned that Chipotle, the maker of delicious burritos, has kindly asked American gun owners to leave their weapons at home. This comes after Starbucks, purveyor of overpriced coffee, asked those who wanted to exercise their Second Amendment rights do so on someone else’s property. Now Chili’s, fryer of mozzarella sticks, and Sonic, the most elusive restaurant chain on the planet, seem as though they will soon follow suit.

Thomas Piketty and Karl Marx – Right analysis, wrong conclusions

WASHINGTON, April 22, 2014 — “Capital in the Twenty-first Century,” a recently released book by French economist and Social Democrat Thomas Piketty, has caused quite a stir in the economics profession. Mr. Piketty’s analysis of historical data is similar to what Karl Marx observed some 160 years ago. Both authors come to the conclusion that Capitalism ...