What is new is a president who makes no attempt to hide his immense personal commercial interests in businesses that are known to be hotbeds of corruption.
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Capitalism is the world's preeminent economic system in which capital assets are privately owned and items are brought to market for profit. Other systems are also covered at Democracy Chronicles. Also see our articles on Anarchism, Libertarianism, and Socialism.
An interesting feature of Western Civilization, is the reluctance to change, or natural transition. From the Greco-Roman Era to the present, we find examples of social decay brought on by prolonged decadence.
Did you know that there is currently one privately-funded program being run in California’s Silicon Valley that gives “unconditional” payments to Oakland residents?
When the alternative is to continue using the worst voting method—plurality voting—there is little risk experimenting. Clearly, Dr. Arrow wanted us to have better.
Throughout the election season, Trump supporters declared that as a successful businessman he would run the country like a business in order to bring back jobs and fix all the things that were wrong with America.
The chief sponsors of this bill have been heavily supported by campaign cash from the finance industry
The representative democracy has evolved from human development but is not the goal. In fact, at the moment, it is blocking it. It has been transformed into a representative power, a shackle holding us back.
The existence of new world culture with its complex power alloy of politicians, capitalism and state security services, tells us that there is a need for our current political and economic systems to be profoundly changed.
Our society needs economic growth in harmony with our environment, with adapted technologies and, most of all, in tune with people and influenced by people.
Voter satisfaction with democracy has less to do with who wins an election and more to do with income inequality