“Free Market Solutions to Societal Problems”

Thoughts on a Free Market Economy…
“Free Market Solutions to Societal Problems”
By Phyllis Hunsinger
November 1, 2017

Free markets are defined as a market economy based on supply and demand with little or no government control. America has prospered because free markets and the power of competition enabled growth. Why, then, if free markets have been so beneficial to the health and wealth of America, does the government continue to intrude by regulating almost every single aspect of life?

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Corporate Welfare

Thoughts on a Free Market Economy…
“Corporate Welfare”
By Phyllis Hunsinger
October 1, 2016
Welfare as identified in this discussion is defined as financial support given to people in need. Often people receiving public assistance in any form are accused of taking advantage of the system, despite the fact that many people desperately need help. However, the amount of welfare funds given to individuals qualifying for public assistance pales in comparison to the amount of money given to another type of welfare: assistance to big business or corporate …

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“Getting the Balance Right”

Thoughts on a free market economy….

“Getting the Right Balance”

By Phyllis Hunsinger

October 1, 2015

“There is so much at stake in getting the balance right between government regulation and marketplace freedom—and yet our educational system increasingly fails to teach our young people the fundamental workings of the free enterprise system, the system of checks and balances that restrains government from abusing its power, and the crucial role of competition and capital formation to keep our economy healthy.”  These are the words of John S. Hendricks, the founder …

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