Is ‘Capitalism’ or ‘Redistribution of Wealth’ the moral approach?
Click here to read our “Defense of the Free Enterprise System” treatise: a candid discussion about the moral and economic pitfalls of “redistribution” and the virtues of “capitalism”: What is capitalism? Did a failure of capitalism cause the 2008 recession? Are redistributive government policies immoral?
Click here to see our “Prosperity Agenda” for Rhode Island: policy recommendations that will start to turn our state around.
Capitalism = Human Well-Being
States that have higher “capitalism” ratings – or more freedom for their citizens – normally also have higher “average incomes”.
Studies have shown that:
Citizens in high income states live longer, healthier lives
Children growing up in high income states are far more likely to graduate high school and college
People with higher levels of education report higher income earning potential, higher job satisfaction and higher overall happiness
People in low income states suffer from the highest rates of mental illness
Families in the highest income states experience lower divorce rates
States with higher incomes have lower rates of violent crimes
Check out this video clip that provides a very simple explanation of the basic principles of “Capitalism” … with a twist of morality and God