In the continued aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis, people on both the left and right side of the political spectrum have proposed various solutions to the country’s economic woes.
In recent years, the Scandinavian countries have become a glistening castle in the distance for leftists.
The First Amendment to the Constitution, found in the Bill of Rights, famously protects the right to assemble.
In our post-Citizens United government, corruption is perfectly legal, and we let politicians get away with it. According to the Sunlight Foundation, from 2007 to 2012, the top 200 most politically active companies in America spent approximately $5.8 billion influencing the legislators who are meant to represent the American public. Those 200 companies received $4.4 trillion in taxpayer support, government benefits and tax breaks for their efforts. While big money special interests laugh all the way to the bank, the American public is left penniless.