Why trickle-down economics works

Firstly, I want to make one thing clear, that I am addressing to these sets of policies as “trickle-down economics” and not “Reaganomics” on purpose, purely to try and debunk the mocking and myths of the socialists who argue against these policies.

Trickle-down economics is one of the most contested issues of the 20th century, with the calumniation of some fooling the general populace into thinking that “Reaganomics” somehow fails. However, over the past few years, a larger and larger proportion of the population have been seeing beyond this much propagated lie, and seeing the voice of reason, instead. This voice says that Reaganomics will obviously work because of a few simple reasons, which are really not too hard to pick out. Continue reading “Why trickle-down economics works”

How I think we can reduce absolute poverty

There is no denying that poverty is an absolute cancer of society. The fact that even one person does not have the resources necessary to sustain life is categorically abhorrent, let alone millions. Some say that absolute poverty will always exist, but to that, I quote the prominent lecturer Charles Aked, who said that “the only thing necessary for evil to triumph is that good men do nothing”. As such, I have immortalised my musings on the matter below. I must stress, before I get to the proverbial meat of this article, that these are simply my thoughts on the topic, and I do not proclaim them to be unequivocally correct in the slightest. In actuality, I am welcome to any elucidations or critiques of my thoughts in the comment section below. Continue reading “How I think we can reduce absolute poverty”