Take Control of Your Economy

As a matter of fact, I often think that the biggest problem for America and the world is not Global Warming or Obesity but rather Capitalistic Malfunctioning Class Consciousness (also known as Economic Elite Syndrome). And, it is not only Capitalistic Malfunctioning Class Consciousness that is the problem, it is also Anti-intellectualism and a lack of education in our schools. Now then, I often use this example to illustrate how the poor people of the world can be made into productive workers by getting rid of poor economic policies and behavior and putting in place good economic policies and behavior. Indeed, I would submit to you that this is exactly what happens when you have a free-market and allow free-market capitalism. Bill at Financial Outlook have many great ideas.

You see, there is an interesting little story about a middle-class American who owns a small business. He has a great idea for starting his own business, which would take advantage of the booming food market. He talks about all the money he could potentially make and how great it would feel to be one of the people who grow the most food, sell the most food, and create the most food to be delivered to every doorstep in America. Now then, let me ask you a question; if this guy was given $500 million dollars, and if everyone in America knew about his great idea, wouldn’t it be the largest windfall gain in the history of mankind? That’s right; he could do exactly what he wants, and nobody could stop him from doing it because nobody controls the free-market.

Now then, I would submit to you that this kind of nonsense is ridiculous and it does not belong in our civilization or economic model in the Western World, and we should not allow these parasites to run our society or economy any longer. The people who are actually creating wealth, who are growing food, and creating new jobs, and making money like they never have before are not the parasites that people think they are. That is what capitalism is, and it is not socialism, and the sooner we get rid of both of them the better off we will be. Please consider all this.

Obesity has become an epidemic in the United States. More people are being affected by obesity and an epidemic of poor health and poor nutrition. Now then, let me ask you a question; what is the definition of obesity, and why do you think that people who have been obese for years are still being classified as being overweight, when they could easily be classified as morbidly obese, which is a much higher risk factor for health problems? Let me give you a clue. Under-nutrition is an actual problem in America today, and this epidemic of obesity in America is a direct result of poor-quality nutrition and capitalism.

You see, all economic systems fail to provide proper education, healthcare, and commercial assets to their citizenry. However, a free-market system always works best when the distribution of goods and services is truly competitive, and people are able to compete and provide services as well as goods and services to one another. Otherwise, they tend to defect for the less efficient service providers, and this ultimately causes a problem within the system. Now then, we all know that our nation’s commercial assets are a huge benefit, and they should not be allowed to be taken away, but why would anyone want to take control of your economy with this?

If someone wants to control your economy, they should not be doing it with a free-market system, which is what our nation was founded on, and they should not be doing it with peer-reviewed journal articles and Internet blogs, which are completely unrepresentative of reality. I will be discussing peer-reviewed and Internet blogs in the coming paragraphs, but for now, let me ask you this; if the socialist left wants to control your economy, why isn’t everyone else in America upset with them, as we are seeing all over the news? Why aren’t there Tea Party rallies, and why aren’t people standing up and saying ”Hey, you’ve got to be kidding me?” Seriously, if that were the case, wouldn’t the economy be heading in a totally different direction? Please consider all this and think on it.


Finance is generally understood as the science of using money and its resources to make decisions and create future opportunities. It is, of course, intimately linked to banking, the allocation of funds in the economy through lending. In particular, it concerns the question of how, when and where an organization, business or state obtains the finance required, including the borrowing of money from others.

Finance can be broadly separated into four different areas: banking, financial markets, insurance and investment. The area of finance is extremely complicated and there are many different factors that contribute to the performance of these areas. This means that there is no one simple answer to the question, ’how does finance affect the economy?’ It is usually divided into three broad areas: corporate finance, government finance and private finance. Each area has its own distinctive characteristics and processes.

When looking at the way finance affects an organization, government or state, one must look at the structure, scale and complexity of the organisation or state involved. This is because each structure has different requirements for finance, such as tax, capital expenditure, acquisitions and operations. It is also important to recognise that some industries do not lend; the most common example of this is banking. At Financial Report you can read much more about this.

It is very easy to think that finance influences only the functioning of the business cycle. However, this is not necessarily true. Financial markets are very complex and many aspects of the financial system are affected by many other factors. Finance has the ability to affect business cycles by influencing banks’ interest rates, the distribution of funds among businesses and governments, banks’ use of credit and the effectiveness of financial institutions.

Finance can be viewed in many different ways, but there are some universal characteristics that are common to all forms of finance. Finance is an expression of how a society manages and interacts with its finance. It is an essential part of any economy, whether a capitalist economy or a socialist economy. This is because finance is directly related to the operation of the economy as a whole.

Economic research shows that economies with stable and profitable economies are able to provide stable financing to meet their needs. These types of financing may involve: borrowings, investments, loans and grants. The amount of finance available depends upon the size of the economy, its needs and the extent of resources that it possesses. Some examples of finances include: business loans and tax payments.