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Brainwashed: 49.6% of Millennials and Gen Z want to live in a socialist country

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Brainwashed 496 of Millennials and Gen Z want to live in a socialist country

It’s game over. All hope for the future has been lost. At least, that may be the knee-jerk reaction for some who learn that the youthful minds of America, those known as Millennials and Generation Z, are practically at 50% in their belief they want to live in a socialist country.

I call it a “belief” because those of us who’ve done our research and/or who have lived past the age of 40 clearly understand that embracing socialism and wanting to live in a socialist nation is pure lunacy. It’s hard to imagine a society so blessed as ours that has people wanting to remove those blessings by embracing the most failure-ridden type of government and economic policy the world has ever known. It’s as if they don’t see China, North Korea, or Venezuela at all.

Perhaps their thinking is that America is so great and so abundant in our riches that we can redistribute it all and everyone comes out on top other than the rich. That may be fine for them on the surface, but once you extend out the results and see the end after all the socialist dominoes fall, it’s clear to anyone with a living brain cell that such a notion is national suicide. You can’t operate in a way that generates prosperity for nearly anyone who wants it and then switch to a system that literally steals prosperity in an effort to make us all equally miserable.

But, apparently that’s the plan.

The usual suspects are all in play here as we search for who to blame for such absolutely backward thinking. The education system, particularly American universities, are leftist indoctrination centers. Most of mainstream media is pure progressive propaganda. Democrats are pushing their favorite vote-acquisition apparatus, the “everything’s free” button. Meanwhile, conservatives continue to fight for sanity in the midst of it all.

Those who support socialism willfully or unwittingly forgo their basic rights of choice. They hand over their will to the authoritarian powers of government and they expect the rest of us to do it with them. We must not. We will not. This is still America.

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  1. SteChatte

    March 10, 2019 at 10:37 pm

    The numbers are real, which is why a bloody war must be fought now, while GenX-ers are still young enough to fight. Otherwise, the Fabians win without a fight in 10 years.

    • Baha haha

      March 11, 2019 at 1:14 am

      Lol yeah all five Gen X conservatives are going gear up and stop us… Dream on, Beuller. Our generation has actually been to war. Better load up your Nerf guns and go hide under your bed before the universal healthcare monster catches you and makes you vaccinate your kids.

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Thomas Sowell makes a clear point about Medicare-for-All

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Thomas Sowell makes a clear point about Medicare-for-All

How was the left able to take heat away from their Medicare-for-All proposal, and more specifically the estimated $32 trillion price tag over a decade? They tripled down with the Green New Deal, which some estimate would cost upwards near $100 trillion.

So, the price tag of the Democrats’ desired replacement for utterly failing Obamacare is to take current government control over healthcare and put it on a regiment of steroids and methamphetamine. When you’re going through Hell, keep going, I suppose.

But all of this could be alleviated if voters and politicians took a moment to think about the prospects of Medicare-for-All logically. Let’s erase, for a moment, the Utopian notion that taxing rich people extreme amounts will give us enough money to make healthcare free for everyone while also improving the quality. That’s the goal, right? Cheaper, better healthcare is what most people want. Conservatives believe it’s best to pull government administration out of the equation and put it all on a competitive capitalist model that has worked for nearly every other industry for over a century. Hyper-leftists want to add more government control.

Conservative commentator Thomas Sowell has some thoughts on the matter. One in particular can be wrapped up into an eloquent quote that should be ideological checkmate allowing us to win the healthcare debate.

“It is amazing that people who think we cannot afford to pay for doctors, hospitals, and medication somehow think that we can afford to pay for doctors, hospitals, medication and a government bureaucracy to administer it.”

Of course, our version of checkmate requires common sense, logic, and basic math skills. These attributes aren’t as readily present on the left, therefore they might hear this logic and still think single-payer makes sense.

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Bernie 2020, the union: How organized labor is the latest play for primary points

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Bernie 2020 the union How organized labor is the latest play for primary points

When one Democratic candidate goes to the left, the other candidates lurch to match. We’ve seen it in support for the Green New Deal, Medicare-for-All, and super-high tax rates for the rich. We’re about to see it in regards to organized labor as Bernie Sanders’s campaign has become the first group in presidential campaign history to form a union.

My Take

Whether this was a decision by campaign leadership to demonstrate their boss’s leftist credibility or of they’re simply being the leftists that they are, we can’t be sure. In fact, we’ll almost certainly never know. Either way, it’s done and now all of the other leftist campaigns have to respond.

Expect every major campaign team to unionize soon. It’s not because it will make them more effective. It won’t help them get better benefits or retain their jobs for longer term since the organization will fundamentally change following the election. All it will do is allow them to make the claim they’re so pro-union, they’re willing to accept the lost productivity associated with organized labor.

This is quickly becoming the most symbol-driven primary election season we’ve seen in decades, perhaps ever. It would all be very entertaining if it weren’t so dangerous to the American psyche.

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Busted: The myth that old 90% tax rates actually worked

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Busted The myth that old 90 tax rates actually worked

One of the favorite tactics for the new Democrats to push their idea of super-high taxes on the rich is to invoke Dwight D. Eisenhower. They say even a Republican President once believed in high taxes on the rich, a time in which the highest tax bracket was 90%.

John Stossel an economic historian Phillip Magness debunked the myth that rich people actually paid the extreme tax rates of the past in this video. As usual, Democrats have selective memories when it comes to anything they want to press.

Back in the days of high taxes for the rich, there were enough loopholes intentionally left open for them to cut their actual tax rates tremendously. According to Magness, the actual average rate paid by millionaires back then was around 41%. With fewer loopholes available today, the highest tax bracket of 37% is close to what is actually paid by those earning the most money. But what would happen if the high tax rates of the past were combined with the lack of loopholes of today? We’d have an economic collapse that would hit so swiftly, there’s no way Democrats would have time to react.

The bottom line is this: the best producers in America will no longer have an incentive to produce here. Some would leave. Others would simply stop producing. It’s easier for them to reduce their revenue and live off their accumulated riches than to earn money for the government to take. Even at a “more reasonable” 70% tax rate, as proposed by some of the top Democrats today, the increase would be too great for most wealthy Americans to bear. We saw this play out in France. We could see it play out here if the Democrats get their way.

Fighting the talking points of the left is one of the biggest reasons conservative sites like NOQ Report exist. We call on those who want to help prevent the rise of socialistic ideas to contribute to us; as a news outlet that is crowdfunded, you’ll notice a conspicuous lack of spammy ads that you find on other sites. This is intentional and allows us to reach a broader audience with the conservative truth.

Democrats love pretending like raising taxes on the rich will solve all of our problems. They know it’s not true, but it certainly sound good in campaign speeches. This isn’t really a tax grab. It’s a power grab designed to confuse the people.

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