A recent survey reported by the Daily Business News stated that some 44 percent of millennials believe more in socialism than capitalism.
So if you have several millennials in your workplace, there are odds chances that some believe more in socialism than in free enterprise.
Despite the promises by various politicians over the years, here in the U.S. and overseas, socialism and centralized government repeatedly fails. It tends to corruption, waste, and fraud.
It’s not that free enterprise is perfect, but it is better. So as the Senate debates historic tax cuts, and the anti-tax cut voices use terminology that is often a cloak for socialistic beliefs, the timing on this topic is important.
The strongest example overseas today is Venezuela, once among the more prosperous South American nations, which after a decade of socialism is now a basket case economy.
But the ‘creeping socialism’ of perhaps well intended, but failed War on Poverty since the 1960s created a mountain of federal debt.
Yet poverty levels are about the same. So what’s the best way out of poverty?
The video shown above is an easy place to start with those who you’d like to teach the value of free enterprise, and limited government.
Otherwise, you may find that millennial your operation pays voting for policies that will strip you of the wealth needed to create jobs for the socialists among us. ## (News, analysis, commentary.)
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Submitted by Soheyla Kovach to the Daily Business News on MHProNews.com.