Meanwhile, if you want to blame someone for your awful cable services, look not at big business but at local government.
Recently the pharmaceutical giant Merck announced it will cut 8,500 jobs in an effort to remain competitive in a rapidly changing drug industry.
The folks at Learn Liberty also have a great video on this topic, explaining how big government creates all sorts of unfair and corrupt advantages for politically connected large corporations.
The Republican Party is in the midst of some impressive political jiu-jitsu. Not only are they conducting their own post-election autopsy, but simultaneously they have convinced well-funded outside groups to spend money defending their unilateral proposal to raise taxes.
Stephen Moore, of the Wall Street Journal's editorial board, reported Friday that the Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate from Arizona, Congressman Jeff Flake, has little support among some powerful big businessmen in Arizona.
Jack Andraka, a 15-year-old kid from Maryland, just won the world's largest high school science competition by creating a new test for pancreatic cancer, one of the nastiest and most lethal forms of the disease.
One of them is material equality as the preeminent moral goal. Another is the villainy of corporations.
Some politicians claim that politicians create jobs. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says, "My job is to create jobs." What hubris!
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