Friday, May 06, 2011

Shown v. Pew: Jeremy's Right

Jeremy makes a couple of very good points which demonstrate that Pew has its bias.

Being enamored of business, is not the same thing as preferring free markets and it is not conservative, regardless of what Pew and most of the major media outlets in the United States believe.

True dat.


I believe there are many companies in the United States who earn profits that they would not earn if we had a more competitive and free marketplace. These rents are earned by employing government power to stifle competition and restrict supply.

True dat, too. Dat.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Next time a Politician talks about "Shared Sacrifice" remember its a code word for "BOHICA"
Added to your article these three Links should make your blood boil...........

CEO pay exceeds pre-recession level
- CEOs at the nation's largest companies were paid better last year than they were in 2007, when the economy was booming,
the stock market set a record high and unemployment was roughly half what it is today. Read aticle at:

Wealth, Income, and Power
-Income distribution, the most amazing numbers on income inequality will come last, showing the dramatic change in the ratio of the
average CEO's paycheck to that of the average factory worker over the past 40 years. Read aticle at:

Have you ever wondered how lawmakers can vote bailouts for failing banks and auto companies,
and insurance companies and they have no fear of public recriminations?
(Think Jean Schmidt and John Boehner who both voted for TARP.)
Have a look at the Lobbying Database at: