Is the U.S. on the Road to Socialism? (Part 2)

Last week, I looked at the first five planks of Karl Marx’s Communist Manifesto and the extent to which they have been integrated into the U.S. government. This week, I’ll examine planks 6-10.

6. Centralization of the means of communication and transport in the hands of the State.

Check. We have the Federal Aviation . . . → Read More: Is the U.S. on the Road to Socialism? (Part 2)

Financial Bailouts: Is the U.S. on the Road to Socialism? (Part 1)

All nation-states reside somewhere on the continuum between laissez-faire and total-state central planning. No country is completely capitalist and no country (with the possible exception of North Korea) is entirely socialist. So how are we to define roughly “capitalist” and “socialist” countries? Where is the dividing line? How do we know if we are . . . → Read More: Financial Bailouts: Is the U.S. on the Road to Socialism? (Part 1)