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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.
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.
On this episode of Carson's Corner, Bob analyzes capitalism using the work of author, Fred Goldstein. After reading Goldstein's Capitalism at a Dead End, Bob has started reading Goldstein's 2008 book, Low-Wage Capitalism. Both books are essential in understanding the problems we face today as brought on by our economic system. Until we connect all of the oppressed in standing up to capitalism, workers will continue to suffer the same fate, stagnant wages, accumlated debt, and all the social ills that accompany a capitalist system.
In this episode we explore the role of property under capitalism, and how it serves to empower the rich land owning class. We discuss the impact of the privatization of land resources, and what it does to the economy and people in general. And finally we discuss how the concept of ownerhip could be different under a socialist economic system.
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Meaningful Capitalism. Some people have a distorted view of capitalism. They have come to see it as evil. In my opening message I read an excerpt from Deuteronomy chapter 8 to you about what God says about wealth and it’s production. In it you will learn what God thinks about wealth and its attainment. […]
Patrick Davis, CEO of Davis Brand Capital and co-founder of StandUp Foundation, gave a talk on “Entrepreneurism for Social Change: Making the World Better, One Company at a Time” at Stetson University in February 2015. A Stetson alumnus, Davis believes the future is being shaped by “socially minded capitalists” – business and community leaders who answer new generational priorities and shifting market needs with brands that are based on a purposeful blend of entrepreneurism and social justice. His presentation was part of Stetson University's Social Justice Lecture Series, which focuses on social justice to explore issues central to the university's mission and values. Read more about Davis and the lecture series in this Stetson Today article.
Michael Malgeri believes that the GOP, and the Right in general, need to promote Capitalism as aggressively and as guiltlessly as Obama promotes Socialism. Tune in to hear more!
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There are always at least two sides to every story. Have you ever wondered how someone, who saw the same thing you did, walked away telling a vastly different story? Which version was correct? Which one was the REAL story? Actually, both are! It’s just a matter of perspective.
Joe takes the issues… especially the controversial issues (politics, prejudice, religion, illegal immigration)… and brings in people from different sides to share their viewpoint. This is definitely not a fluff piece. And while no one is attacked, the questions are hard-hitting.
But the conversation is always respectful and you’re sure to learn something new, even if you don’t agree!
If you’ve always wondered how the “other side” thinks and how they’ve arrived at their “stand”, then this is the show for you!
It’s not the right side, it’s not the wrong side, but the REAL side of the issues!
I'm not a PHD! All I want is a chance to be a successful and happy musician. I think I have a great opportunity and I feel I can be whatever I want in America. I appreciate the fact that there are programs that will help me and others when we're down on our luck,(a lot of times due to our own decisions in life). I agree there is racism and prejudice etc. But that is not my number 1 obstacle. Capitalism says, hey create your opportunity, I'm an individual, I can be a star! Work hard, be flexible, win some battles, lose some battles! I can make it! Communism says we're all one, collectively we are whatever the collective or state says we are.I'm sure there's still racism and prejudice and only the state and who runs the state is the boss. Socialism is similar in practice if not the same idea. As I said, I'm just a regular guy, stimulating the thought process. So let's listen to a song and talk about it.