Republicans Remind us Why they’re Just As Unfit as Democrats to do Tax Reform


Two Party System: A tussle of Low-IQ villains vs other Low-IQ villains.

Dumbassery beyond reproach regarding Tax reform. Again. Thanks both two system parties equally!

Um… thanks for that link, RealClearMarket! Apparently, National Review despite having way too many ads on it, still found that the Republican tax reform plan does little if anything to fix the root problem. Halfway through the article NR nails the problem in these words, “At 4 million words long, the tax code is the most complex it’s ever been. If tax compliance were an industry it would have 3 million full time employees!”

What of the document James Madison wrote for the US?

Oh, yes, I mean the Constitution! Yeah, Mr. Madison did not design the constitutional tax code [and spending code] to only be 44 words long for no reason. Instead, the reason he did so was the same reason he crafted it to only apply taxation to sales and to imports. That reason was because he, like all American founders, genuinely believed that every worker should keep the fruit of his or her labor. Which leads me to what exactly I think ought to be done for tax reform, and why.

The Tax Cut Plan I desire.

Basically, I am someone who favors ending all income, payroll, property, capital gain, dividend, estate, gift, royalty and self-employment taxes, all fees and tariffs and fines, and the IRS. Then I think we should have a 15% tax on sales and imports only, and even then one that’s not owed by anyone making an hourly income that’s less than $15.

Benefits to the Economy [if spending is cut by half or more first]

Frankly, this tax plan would lower tax revenue to $1.8 trillion down from $3.5 trillion, and this idea benefitting the economy requires spending to be cut by much more. But after spending is cut to $1 trillion or lower down from $4 trillion, the benefits of this will grow the economy like a balloon! Poor people and such working class people as me will stop being taxed so I for example can afford an extra $31 per week of anything I want.

But that’s not all; because eliminating the payroll tax will allow a speeding train of job creation, and the end of all deductions and loopholes means the mortgage and healthcare deductions will quit reserving housing and healthcare, respectively, for the rich; by getting repealed at the flick of a wrist.

Thus everyone would have plenty more money than is the case left over for food, drinks, healthcare, education, amusement, movies, video games, tabletop miniatures, housing, novels, comic books, and even podcast production matter.

In Closing…

So, when are the feds gonna get it right about what our tax problems need in order to be resolved? Anyway, thanks readers!

~KSP Perkins


Why the Libertarian Party needs to be the party of the Digital Economy more than of anything else


Bitcoin and its competitors, the epitomes of currency in the Digital Economy.

If the LP Emphasized being the Party of the Digital Economy, it would have destroyed the 2-party system during the 2016 election.

Here, I have a lecture to give about why my party (I am registered to vote in my town of Cheshire CT in the Libertarian Party) needs to make Digital Economy its top priority. The reason I am registered to vote as a Libertarian is because I don’t respect the two party system. As far as I am concerned, it is inherently a virulent and cancerous false dichotomy. But also, I share nearly all if not exactly all public policy principles with the Libertarian Party domestically.

Geopolitically the result of this is I can have a far easier time making the LP smart on foreign policy, which I see it is not and to me that’s the LP acting slightly less than its best. And I say slightly because it’s only two public policy fields to smarten the LP on: foreign and defense. Meaning it is legendarily rare for me to make a case to my own party about why it should promote one of its domestic policies within a certain reality.

Hence this might be one of very few cases I make about why the LP should promote free enterprise from within the Digital Economy. So here we go, my readers!

Pushing School Choice from within the Digital Economy

Let’s not engage in identity politics of any brand when I encourage the LP to take Marco Rubio’s methods of pushing school choice. Marco’s idea of making college a much more worthy investment than it is at present is to make colleges transparent to aspiring college students about the values of college degree paths.

You’ll also notice in this external link that the funding of students would be changed into a matter of private investors funding students’ college tenures. In return, the students would owe a small share of the salary of the first job they get back to the investors. That way, investors can seek only the highest-quality classes with the lowest prices possible for that quality for the students they invest in.

Also, there is this case that I ask my party the LP to make for emphasizing online college taking. Online courses are better for every aspect of college other than making friendships, and if you are someone who like to make many friends you may need to take a mix of online and in person classes. We as a party ought to allow states and towns to decide which of these school choice options to make for public schools.

  • Scholarship Credits
  • Voucher System
  • Charter Schools
  • Magnet Schools
  • Home Schooling
  • Education Budget Accounts

And allow state and local electorates to choose two or more if they so choose.

Liberating Currency in the from within the Digital Economy

You know how I opened this post with a bitcoin pic? Well, I believe that ending the fed and replacing it with free banking means doing so from within the concept of Digital Currency. As far as models of free banking go, we as a party need to look to the Scottish model free baking when they had a few different government banks to go with private banks all having a right to make their own currency. Basically Scotland when they were doing this had the most prosperous and most civilized banking ever devised by people.

Okay, but how do we keep that within the Digital Economy? Well, I propose we promote a version of Scottish free banking where every private bank can make their own virtual currencies and their own crypto currencies. In essence, this is because most people these days get direct deposit into debit cards, credit cards and/or ATM cards like I started with. I should know, I get direct deposit every week into my People’s Bank ATM card only to push at least half of it every week into my NetSpend debit card.

Anything else I can discuss?

Yes, I can, let’s promote freedom of choice in healthcare from within the Digital Economy somehow. Specifically we need to say things like these.

  • “Ending the War on Drugs will allow pregnant women to buy birth control online or at the medicine aisle of grocery stores.”
  • “Ending the War on Drugs will allow Americans to get back tax dollars many if not most would rather spend on health insurance!”

And I think I am going to stop there for now, I will give more examples in other posts. Thanks for reading this one, in the mean time!

~KSP Perkins

Why Low Taxation and Light Regulation is Better for the Poor, Working Class, and Middle Class


I dedicate this post to Milton Friedman, the historic economist whose domestic policy perspective most accurately mirrors mine.

You can raise taxes on the wealthy at 100% and still be making life worse for the poor, working class and middle classes

Okay, other people. I hear a lot of calls from the left to raise taxes on the wealthy and dump the tax dollars on the needy. You know, the economist I took a Google Image of above, Milton Friedman? The reason I chose to dedicate this post to him is because he coined the term ‘welfare trap’, referring to a system wherein poor people become dependent on government spending and not on work ethic to thrive. Milton also knew full well, that in his own words, “You cannot have freedom of movement and a welfare state, which is why illegal immigration is better for the poor than legal! Because then immigrants cannot qualify for welfare!”

But my case for freedom of movement for immigration policy comes later. Allow me to focus on the correlation between low taxes with light regulation toward poor people and working class, and even middle class, being able to create jobs for their posterity.

What the Poor and Workers and Middlemen Need: Massive Tax Cuts for just their three classes

So far as I can gather, the poor and the working and middle classes benefit most when their taxes are at their lowest level.

Not only this, bigger regulatory burden paradoxically poisons the luck of all three of these classes by charging them $4 grand more in compliance cost than millionaires and billionaires are charged. $11,000 per worker for small markets compared to $7,000 per worker for giant corporations.

But what exactly do I mean by cutting taxes massively for the poor, workers and middlemen? Well, NPR found that economists love six different economic policies that two of are directly relevant to this topic. Basically, here is the list.

  1. Eliminate the corporate tax
  2. Eliminate all income, payroll, capital gains and dividend taxes in favor of just a federal sales tax

Basically, taxing makes people want less to do with whatever is being taxed. And more than ever people want everything to do with earning money and saving money. People even want more to do with spending money to create jobs, because as it’s been said, ‘you have to spend money to make money’.

So ending corporate income tax would put a stop to this pattern of punishing store directors for investing in their respective stores.

Also, ending payroll tax would put a stop to another patten I notice both main parties in America fetishizing: punishment of employers for paying their employees according to merit.

Constitutionally, I think we need to reduce taxation to just the 20% tariff, but even so redesign that to be nothing for the poor and working class, 10% for the middle class and 30% for the rich. This is because the taxing and spending clause very clearly say that Congress is allowed to collect revenue via taxation, but only in the form of taxing trade with foreign markets.

And that’s all I got! Thank you everyone!

~KSP Perkins

How To Fix the Taxing and Spending issue in the United States of America


America has $20 trillion in debt, and here is how I think we ought to fix that!

If you take money out of my paycheck and give it to someone else without my consent,

Then I don’t call that charity, I don’t even call it welfare. I call it theft. Hi again, people of the human species. I am an American human being who is going to extrapolate here about how to fix this fiscal disaster we currently live in.

What exactly are the details of the disaster?

Well, there are two factors to always assess in one assessment. The tax revenue category, or as it is for regular people like me the tax burden, is one. Category two is the federal spending category, which can also be called federal budgets, government spending and government budgets.


We have more different kinds of taxes than I even know how to condemn differently. I have to make a numbered list to figure out for myself how many different taxes we as Americans pay.

  1. Income
  2. Payroll
  3. Property
  4. Corporate
  5. Capital Gains
  6. Dividend
  7. Trade
  8. Estate
  9. Gift
  10. Sales

Each of these with a library’s worth of loopholes, nuances, dos, don’ts and more. The total burden or revenue mounts, currently, to $4.4 trillion according to the World Fact Book.


$6.3 trillion in total spending, according to the same source. As for spending breakdown, we must turn to a private sector fact book for that. Here are the percentages applied to the World Fact Book’s federal spending number.

  • $1.6 trillion that Congress doesn’t even know what this spending goes to.
  • $1.4 trillion on monopolizing healthcare.
  • $1.1 trillion on Pensions
  • $964 billion on monopolizing education
  • $788 billion on “Providing for the Common Defense”, to quote the constitution
    • $550 billion on American military
    • $79 billion on foreign aid
    • $158 billion on Veteran’s handouts
  • $435 billion on “The General Welfare”, as the constitution calls it.

Basically, 81% of the federal spending is on Unconstitutional functions.

How do we fix this disaster?

Well, we do not do it by either one of revolution or by going about it slowly-but-surely. Instead, we need to amend the constitution to restore our founding taxing and spending system. Which basically was to not tax anything but trade and to not spend on anything but defense and welfare.

What are the fine details of this solution though?

Firstly, we need to look at our trade. $1.5 trillion is how much worth of matter Americans export from foreign lands every year. $2.25 trillion is how much worth of matter we as Americans import from foreign lands every year.

Not to mention, economists love the idea of getting rid of any tax that is on production! Economists only want consumption taxed, and not production. However, there is a fiscal and moral need to exempt the poor from taxes of any kind, and economists know this to, as the article I linked to indicates. Individually, I’d say the rate needs to be something low for the working and middle classes and something high for the very rich. Here’s an example I can offer:

  • 0% Import tax for the poor and the working class
  • 50% Import tax for the middle class and the rich

That’d be amounting to $1.875 trillion, which leads to what we need to do with spending to make it a surplus maker and not a deficit maker.

Get rid of foreign aid, reduce spending on Vet’s handouts and on Welfare handouts by something slight like perhaps 20%. This would lead to an annual spending pattern of $1.025 trillion and therefore an annual surplus of $850 billion, 100% of which ought to go to paying off our national debt, even though it will take something like 25 years with an annual surplus of this size. If we adopt this plan right when we need to (aka now), I will be hitting my 60’s when America’s national debt is all paid off. How’s that for realism?

It’s excellent for realism, and the only thing better is you readers and how much I appreciate you all reading my jargon here,

~KSP Perkins

Nine Fiscally Libertarian No tax Ways To Finance a Neolibertarian Regime


If No Taxes, then how would the US military get funded? Read below!

Fiscally Libertarian Alternatives, nine of them exist in funding the Government of a neolibertarian society.

So, in the article on About.Com titled “Ten Different Types of Libertarianism“, my kind of libertarian, the neolibertarians like me, are described as fiscal libertarians who favor a strong military and believe that the military should overthrow terroristic and genocidal regimes. But before this it describes fiscal libertarians as people who believe in free trade, low or no taxes, and little or no economic regulation.

By definition of free enterprise I do have to treat a law against fraud, a law against theft and a law against force as the three laws and only regulation worth having. However when it comes to taxes I used to be of the Flat Tax With Negative Income Tax logic but now I am seeing ten different fiscally libertarian alternatives to taxation.

1} Voluntary Donations and Endowments

If people want to donate to government programs for the poor, which in America is about a quarter of the population voluntarily giving a combined total of $360 billion to charity every year, then they can.

Which is why, from now on, I say that if we the people of privately self owning have to raise charity money through such means as bake sales, lemonade stands, street side car washing, yard sales etc. then so should government officials! Put it to you this way, if a bunch of people came in and robbed a grocery store demanding a fifth of all store profits and then hauled the money away to donate to homeless people you would not call that charity you would call that theft, or you’d call that force. But when the Internal Revenue Service is doing the robbing it is somehow magically not robbery? Amusing…

2} User Fees for Government Programs

Whether one speaks of public education or public healthcare, or of really any government program that is not all about defending individual freedom, or toll booths used for charging drivers however much for every time they cross borders between any two of the 50 states.

User fees are basically prices that the government charges for people to use public services like public schools, national parks, national monuments & public health insurance. Given the need for adopting Singapore style healthcare policy, and the fact that doing so would cut healthcare spending 60% or more while making us one of the top ten healthiest peoples ever, I say it is only fair for us to require government to charge user fees instead of taxing. 66% of their healthcare funding is user fees as opposed to taxation, and still they provide healthcare for all their people on a budget of merely 3% of GDP.

3} Fines Collected to Penalize Fraud, Theft and/or Force

Fraud, Theft and Force are really the only categories that really do contain ‘bad behaviors’, as far as true libertarians are concerned. And by theft and force, we tend to refer broadly to property crime and violent crime respectively. Which is why when someone is convicted of a crime on an innocent until proven guilty basis, with an accusation not qualifying as proof, government should rely on fines of the criminal alone to make revenue off addressing it.

4} Royalty Contracts with the Open Market

Instead of a system like corporate tax, I honestly think a superior way for government to get revenue would be to make reading and signing a royalty contract the one procedure that takes a few hours that it should take to set up business in this country. But what is a royalty payment? A small percentage or other share of one’s income paid to a contractor as part of a contract. In this case, a royalty paid to government as the other end of a deal that begins with government letting a human being set up a business.

5} Public Service Concessions

Concessions in the context of this post are basically acts of government marking property and selling it to human beings either as a one-time payment, or as a monthly bill. So like if government found a five square mile piece of desert and sold it to someone, that someone would be buying into a concession.

6} Public Service Rentals

Rentals differ from concessions in that rentals are inherently monthly or weekly billing matters and the person is paying government to let someone borrow something for as long as that something is needed. Public Education textbooks are a fantastic example of this category that already exists.

7} Selling and Reselling Assets

Assets are resources like oil, coal, hydropower, wood, steel, brass, beef, sausage, lettuce, cauliflower and others sold as a commodity. Raw materials including cannabis that in this topic would be sold by a neolibertarian regime to random humans to pay for a strong military that stamps out terroristic and genocidal regimes and slave trades around the world.

8} State Owned Enterprises

Now just what does this mean!? Well, it means a business that government opens and operates just as an independent individual would in the private sector. Meaning that government would be engaging in free enterprise and the same rules of human dignity and rule of law that apply in the private sector would apply here. A neolibertarian regime would set up a State Owned Enterprise to compete with private businesses in the same industry playing by the same rules, and the regime would spend its profit on hunting Tyrants like the worthless animals tyrants are.

9} War Reparations Paid To Defender

So let us say a tyranny somewhere in the world, with a 6 million population, has decided it wants to murder every one of its 360,000 deists, and a neolibertarian society picked up on that. The neolibertarian society sends its military to totally destroy every Legit Military Target the tyranny controls and to include any and all government associated actors and institutions as LMTs, then it fines the defeated tyranny many billions of dollars.

The ‘fine’ being paid by the tyranny is called War Reparations, and are not taxes because it is demanding a tyrannical regime with no respect for human integrity to fork over cash as the final nail in the coffin of punishment for a highly barbaric individual freedom abuse by the defeated tyranny. And this would also be within the avenging neolibertarian society’s right of self defense which includes the right to go around exerting defense of innocent life in general.

In closing

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A Reflection on the 2016 Presidential Candidates I Know About, And What Their Tax Plans Would’ve Done To Me


No worries these two are not the only parties I will be comparing. I will look into the top two LP candidates Austin Petersen and Gary Johnson as well.

Suppose one of the other Republican or Democrat or Libertarian Party Candidates were 45th president…?

Comparing the 2016 Presidential Tax Reform Ideas, I would have to say that most of the GOP options and either of the LP options would have been a better 45th than Trump.

And I can say that as someone who makes roughly $12k per year, the very first thing I notice between the two major parties is a majority of the GOP hopefuls would have been a better 45th than Trump for GOP nominee.

But before this let’s look at what I am predicting will be how Trump changes my tax burden. I am predicting Trump’s tax plan will reduce my federal income tax burden from $2k per year down to $1.5k per year, meaning I will save about $500 annually. Now let’s move on to what the alternatives would have been all like… singling out ordinary individual income, the only income I currently make off my activity in the economy TBH. However I am going to single out the three candidates I have supported, two of which I have to pull from their official sites; Marco Rubio, Austin Petersen and Evan McMullin.

Under Marco’s Tax Plan

Marco Rubio would have reduced income brackets to there only being three of them; 15% and 25% and 35%, meaning I would be in the category wherein my tax burden remained unchanged. This is why I do not agree with Marco on taxes, because what I think we need is a flat tax model in place of current wildly complex tax code.

Under Austin’s Tax Plan

Austin Petersen seemed to be willing to carry on the Rand Paul tax plan of taxing all American incomes 15% equally and raising standard deduction to $15,000 meaning a difference of $9000 for standard deduction, subtracting my current 15% tax burden I would be saving $7.2k every year whether it was Austin Petersen propping this up or Rand Paul. I know both of these were bent on demolishing current tax code and starting over again and I am totally with both there!

Under Evan’s Tax Plan

Evan McMullin had a somewhat better tax plan than Rubio but not nearly as good as Petersen, I believe. He wanted to impose a new tax plan that would only differ from Trump’s by making 33% the highest of three rates rather than 28%.

Who Had the Best?

Assuming that he wanted to import the Rand Paul tax plan into his LP nomination run, Austin gets my nod for best plan of these three (or these four if you factor in the Donald), entirely because whichever of the two got up to implementing it, either way the fiscal benefits would be spectacular.

The 15% flat tax with $15k/yr standard deduction hybrid reform would have been poised to grow the $18 trillion size of America’s economy by 13%, meaning grow it to $20 trillion by creating 4,300,000 new jobs. The downside of the ‘Rand or Austin’ tax plan as I call it is it would add $1 trillion to the national debt, but $750 billion of debt would be avoided by the job creating. But compared to what other adds are going to be, or would have been, made to the national debt by others’ tax plans; the Rand or Austin plan is the least harmful.

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The Kingdom of Sweden: Cultural Marxist Utopia or Freest Market Sovereign Ever?


Swedish Markets in the night time.

Forbes Recently Did An “Ease of Doing Business” Index of their own, evidently.

Amazingly, despite Sweden’s reputation as either a progressive heaven plane or a socialist hell hole depending on if you as left wing progressive Democrats or right wing conservative Republicans, Forbes has found Sweden to be the friendliest nation on Earth for commerce!

This is a story I discovered on the bottom of page 7 of the episode of Time Magazine that has Botox for its front cover topic. As a middle ground libertarian (aka liberal) Independent, I have found that both progressives and conservatives are wrong about Sweden’s economics! Yes this even means that Marco Rubio is wrong to claim that Bernie Sanders would be a better president for Sweden, despite that being intended by the Marco as a political humored joke. But yes, I guess I still find Marco’s joke funny.

Is This Really Any Kind Of Surprise to Free Market Liberalism Types Like Myself?

No. Instead I find it rather predictable that Sweden has such an easy time letting people do business within its borders and using Wi Fi networks that reside within it.

This is due in large part to data I know from good ole Cato Institute on Economic Freedom in the World and meshing it with World Bank data about the average salary per human being.

I think it should be pretty obvious to everyone by now, the fact that it is Mostly Truth that a nigh inseparable connect exists between economic freedom and individual prosperity, and another nigh inseparable connect exists between economic freedom and individual etiquette.

Will I use this Forbes Index for Future Arguments on Economics?

Of course I will! There is no way I will avoid citing Forbes magazine on this kind of economic policy talk. And to conclude, I will say thank you to Forbes for doing that index and thank you Time Magazine for sharing this news about Forbes with me, and of course thank you random people on the internet for reading this!

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Protectionism vs Free Trade (Defending Free Trade In 600 Words Or Less)


There is no such thing as an opponent of free trade who knows economics.

Hello, internet! I am going to tell you today about the economic and moral necessity of free trade, which is defined as a trade policy where regulations do not exist and where little or no tax is placed on exports or on imports.

I am going to go defend this concept and explain why free trade is inherently beneficial, as protectionists rarely if ever make valid arguments for extensively regulated or highly taxed trade.

1) Lower Tariffs Means More Job Creation

I am not someone who advocates for tariffs, but if tariffs are not avoidable, which as a classical liberal I imagine they probably are not avoidable, then I advocate for tariff cuts. On the same principle I call for income and sale taxes to be cut once a year every year, I also call for tariffs to be cut every year. People who know my politics see my ‘Consistent Pro-Liberty Ethic’ and maybe think its only about regard to using deadly force to defend liberty; truth is I do not just espouse it militarily. I also espouse it in terms of planetary trade.

Lower income taxes means more financial room for a poor person of America to spend $750 and 4 days to complete the 6 procedures needed to start a business here in the United States of America.

Allow us to use Sweden’s economy as an example. It takes 7 days to complete the 3 procedures needed to start a business and it costs $300 for base price and $5700 for paid-in minimum capital.

Granted this data anyone can go look at trade between America and Sweden and see that imports from Sweden are how Swedish merchants make more jobs and exports to Sweden are how American merchants make more jobs.

With $3.5 billion made off exporting, Americans were able to create 4.6 million jobs in 2016 alone. Meanwhile, Swedish were able to use $8.8 billion to create 1.5 million jobs off us importing from them. Easily this means that our trade with Sweden is giving America three jobs to every one job this trade gives to Sweden. Which brings us to exhibit 2.

If tariffs were at absolute zero where I’d like them to be, all of the above goes unaltered. But let’s say the tariff rate is 15% for trading overseas. Americans would, under this tariff, be making $2.9 billion in profit and create 3.8 million jobs. Swedish under this tariff would be making $7.5 billion and spending it on creating 1.25 million jobs instead.

2) Free Trade Benefits America More Than It Does almost any other Country.

Very few nations on Planet Earth thrive on free trade better than America does at here in present day. Allow me to paint New Zealand as an example, because New Zealand has one procedure that takes twelve hours to set up a business which $115 to do.

Trade with New Zealand paints the reality wherein private sector merchants of New Zealand using $3.8 billion in profits in 2016 to create 3.3 billion jobs, minus whatever profits and job creations were prevented by whatever tariffs exist. Furthermore, $3.3 billion made by Americans has lead to creation of 4.4 million.

Pretty much the only nations on Earth who benefit more from trade in general than we do are the seven countries who happen to have lower costs of starting a business than America has, meaning much lower costs than $750.


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Does the United States Economy Need An Economic Bill of Rights?



This Amendment was meant to guard freedoms like economic freedoms that are not mentioned in the first 8 amendments.

An Economic Bill of Rights looks like the only way to fix economic regulatory problems.

Ninth Amendment. I have written about the ninth amendment before, and I can write about it again if you want. But as for this post it is meant to be about proposing an Economic Bill of Rights, a set of ten economic liberties that apply universally to every person in US jurisdiction.

My goal with this post and proposal is to demonstrate the economic freedoms that every people should have, starting with the US people.

Amendment One

Government shall make no law banning or regulating any products of clothing, art supply, or other form of self-expression product, nor shall government ban or regulate how workers express themselves off their jobs. In addition, government cannot and will not set limits to what workers and their employers discuss on breaks in break-rooms.

Amendment Two

Every business owner, worker, and other individual shall have the unlimited right to defend their property and their coworkers, themselves and their superiors, from violent intruders. Government absolutely cannot make limits or exceptions to this right.

Amendment Three

No matter the age or income of the individual, he or she inherently has unlimited property rights, including the right to decide which customers to serve, and the right to regard every penny one earns as totally one’s own; no more income taxing.

Amendment Four

Right to Work belongs to everyone that has a job or wants a job, the result is that government is not allowed to require labor union membership nor is government allowed to tell workers what wages they are allowed to want to work for. The other result is workers can aim for whatever intended wages they want as long as they are peaceably competing with each other and accepting their resulting wages as the results of the Four Sciences of Supply And Demand. Similarly, business owners are not to pay their workers according to any more than two factors: One being the Work Ethics of Individual workers, Two being the Four Laws of Supply And Demand.

Amendment Five

People of every income level are not to be denied the right to total individual control of their own retirements. Government needs to handle Social Security on the town level only, not the national level or even state and/or province level. However, government also needs to not impose regulations on how individuals manage their retirement funds, for everyone needs the freedom to decide how to fund their retirement, whether they want donations to their retirements or not.

Amendment Six

Charity has a right to exist very independently of government, and every individual has a right to set up a charity if they would rather build a charity than a business. Government may absolutely not set up how charity owners are allowed to raise money for their respective charities. How charity owners and teammates fund their charities is entirely up to the charities’ teams to have in-team discussions on.

Amendment Seven

Everyone has the right to an education that is either privately owned or locally publicized, which ever aspiring students desire. Freedom of Education, meaning the right to educate one’s own children and/or other people’s children without being regulated by nation-state, belongs to every person of every demographic and every psychographic. Only city-state may set limits to how teachers teach, and even then those limits may only be bans on using physical coercion to discipline misbehaved students.

Amendment Eight

Healthcare is also a basic human right everyone has, meaning the right to choose their own health providers, and the right to provide healthcare for sensible prices according to sciences of supply and demand. Human beings have a right to make their medical decisions without interference by the national government, town governments though may provide a minimalist level of non-coercive assistances like Ambulance drives for advancing this Medicinal Freedom.

Amendment Nine

Freedom of choice here on out applies universally and economically to marriage and contraceptive choices, and to such market competition elements as food brand, beverage brand, toy brand, gaming format, literature, movies, among countless other commodities. Thus it is up to national government to stay out of this freedom of choice while leaving enforcement of this amendment to town governments. Every individual has this right, public and private, rich and poor, so on.

Amendment Ten

When it comes to question of enforcing economic laws against violent crime and against property crime, crimes in these two categories are the only crimes the count as crimes firstly. Secondly, laws against these crimes are to be enforced locally by town police departments and/or town rehabilitation clinics.


I duly hope people can understand what I am trying to promote here with this Bill of Rights idea. Thanks for the read up everyone,


We’re Losing Industrial Age Jobs, But We’re Gaining Digital Age Jobs!


A look into space ought to tell you we need a digital economy instead of an industrial economy.

A New Posse of Digital Age jobs is replacing another Industrial Age job every waking moment. And that’s the best thing ever, economically.

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are both stuck in the industrial age and are absolute addicts to the Keynesian Fallacy, economically. Or at least that’s how their rhetoric makes them come off to me.

I am going to explain how we need a digital age economy, including for example how millennials need to get jobs at companies founded in this century (2001 or later) if they want living wages.

Why These Digital Age Jobs’ Usurpation of the Industrial Age Is The Best Thing Ever

Grant you, many in the elder generations want to cling on to industrial age jobs and don’t want digital age jobs to exist. As a millennial myself, my advise to my generation for those of them who want living wages is for them to replace their employers with employers whose companies started in 2001 or more recently. What does that even mean? Let me give examples.

[1] To My Fellow Millennials Who Want a Living Wage…

If you have great driving skills, which I individually do not, then instead of being a traditional taxi driver for $11 per hour before taxes, be an Uber driver as you will therefore make $20 per hour after taxes.

If you have great interactive skills, which I individually do have, then instead of being a Marriott (founded 1927) customer servant which gets you $12 per hour, be an AirBnB (founded 2008) customer servant as may get you $19 per hour.

If you are looking to start a business, then start an Amazon account and you’ll get to selling at least $60 per hour of merchandise. This is instead of typically selling roughly $25 per hour of items and services by founding a physical store.

[2] In Contrast To Previous Centuries…

18th & 19th: When James Madison invented the Bill of Rights and American Laissez-faire economics with Thomas Jefferson inventing his “Empire of Liberty” foreign policy theme, it took twelve weeks to cross the Atlantic.

20th: When the two World Wars were being built up to and being fought out, it took normally four days to cross the Atlantic because airplanes.

21st: I can show you such British and other European markets as Games Workshop and FireStar and explain them with a few minutes of WordPress use. And you can shop them using Amazon money and/or PayPal money. And wait a week or shorter for your order to be delivered.


Welcome to the Digital Age, Earth’s economies. And thanks for reading,