Thursday, July 16, 2015

The Coming Campaign of Change By Legislation Rather Than Cycles

Clinton’s economic plan, a policy based on forcing the private sector to submit to central planning despite the fact that the business cycle cannot be managed, will do little to encourage investment and future economic growth. This is why change, a shift in philosophies towards living with nature's cycles rather than dominating them, comes after, not before, an economic implosion.

Headline: Clinton to make boosting wages central to her economic plan

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Hillary Rodham Clinton will make boosting middle class incomes and wages the focus of her economic agenda, pointing to stagnant paychecks as the central challenge facing the U.S. economy.

The Democratic presidential candidate intends to lay out the themes of her economic plan in a speech on Monday, emphasizing the need for the real income of everyday Americans to rise steadily alongside corporate profits and executive compensation.



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