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Capitalism is under attack, and it seems there are many who are pushing for a Socialistic movement in our Country. The one problem Isee with either is that it takes our eyes off Christ and puts them on man. This program will hopefully get you thinking about what the bible says about either.
Join me this week where my guest is a TheProcess319 Unleashed favorite Gerald C. Boursiquot we will dialogue about the pro and cons of Capitalism and Socialism. It is sure to be explosive conversation as we debate tthe issue facing each, the goal is to encourage thought on the subject because this topic is sure to take center stage as ww get closer to the election and the economy weakens.
In this episode, we share books we've read over the years that are useful for understanding and critiquing capitalism and socialism. We will be recommending both classic and contemporary books that are assessable to general readers. We invite you to call in with their own recommendations. 347-857-1319.
Capitalism for the poor, News and comment
What's wrong with Capitalism? Is it individual control or greed that bothers the American people these days? These are the questions Betty will discuss today and why she's pondering them. Assignment: tells the stories of America from history, military, politics, social and economic to entertainment - the things you never thought about to the trivia you never knew.
Is/Was Richard Goddard a CIA Agent and Murderer?
Did Errol Barrrow change the constitution of Barbados to protect a murderer?
CAPITALI$M: A Pool of Fools is what keeps capitalism afloat. You need cheap labor ($laves/stupid people) to make it work.
OGRAPHY IN BARBADOS: Children and in Barbados.
The four rouge politicians in Barbados (Denis Kellman, Chris Sinckler, Denis Lowe and Donville Inniss).
DOCILE: An examination of the word: Docile; and other hot topics.
Sheri Veronica. Rawle Maycock. Angela Cole. Alex Mitchell.
In this episode, we discuss the history of capitalism and and slavery and relavance today's economic system. Though slavery in the US was legally abolished over 200 years ago, forms of economic enslavement and capitalist control over people's lives still exist. Listen in to find out what we mean.
Stephen Moore-The Heritage Foundation's Chief Economist debates Socialism vs Capitalism. The current evidence around the world doesn't make it a very fair fight. The facts speak for themselves. Now it's up to us, WTP to decide what's best.
Dan-el Padilla Peralta-UNDOCUMENTED: A Dominican Boy’s Odyssey from a Homeless Shelter to the Ivy League.
Steve "The Movie Guy" Evans-Live from the movie capital of the world, Hollywood, CA, The Movie Guy reports The Ant Man wins again at the box office and the best of the coming attractions.
Bill Salus-Prophecy experts tells what the signs and events in the Middle East are warning us about. Meanwhile, America is MIA and turning its back on Israel. What consequences are ahead?
Garland Tucker-The nationally-acclaimed author and historian discusses his latest book, CONSERVATIVE HEROES: Fourteen Leaders Who Shaped America, from Jefferson to Reagan
Tim Brown-2015 NFL Hall of Famer talks about his new book, "The Making of a Man, How Men & Boys Honor God and Live With Integrity
In today’s episode, we review Thomas Picketty's best selling book, Capitalism In the 21st Century, which explains the impact of the economic wealth cap in the US and other parts of the world. We'll provide our take on where Picketty correct in his analysis, and what he leaves out or is incorrect about. Whether or not you have read the book, you'll gain insight from our review.
To proclaim to be righteous and support capitalism , you would be contradicting yourself. To be a revolutionary and support capitalism, is a contradiction. If you support capitalism, and are not in the process of changing the ways of the system, you might be an accomplice to murder. We will present the case.
In this episode, we discuss the so-called criminal justice system under capitalism, and how it could be different under a socialist system.