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Party Tenet — Free Markets

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Free markets is an economic system where the prices for goods and services are set freely by consent between buyers and sellers; the laws and forces of supply and demand are free from any intervention by government, price-setting monopoly or other authority.

Buyers and sellers should have the freedom to negotiate prices without interference.

No one should be forced to buy or sell at a set price.

Nor should anyone be limited in the amount of a good or service they produce.

Buyers and sellers do not want outsiders, especially the government, dictating prices or supply.

The government is not needed to set prices or supply of goods and services.

 

 

The facts no one wants to read.

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Written by solutions777

September 2, 2015 at 8:52 pm

Party Tenet — Right of Privacy

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Citizens should have the Right of Privacy.

Privacy from

—  government

—  all organizations

—  other individuals

Without due process(court order) no entity or individual should be allowed to snoop into your affairs.

No one should be coerced into a release of their privacy; anyone wanting permission for private information must give a valid reason.

Businesses should not be allowed to withhold goods or services(even if free) for access to private information without a valid reason.

Government authorities should be strictly accountable for any intrusion into an individual’s private affairs.

The law should heavily favor the individual in all instances:

—  government must provide strict proof of its need to know

—  organizations and individuals must show the necessity of access to the private information requested in a release

—  there should be severe punishment for even minor violations of the law

Individual privacy is just as important as “life and liberty”; for without privacy there can be no life or liberty.

 

 

 

 

Written by solutions777

October 31, 2014 at 10:39 pm

Party Tenet — Limited Government

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Nothing good comes from large government.

Large government means:

  • higher taxes
  • less freedom
  • less prosperity and a weaker economy
  • ineffective government
  • less justice and fairness

Government’s very nature is to be incompetent, costly and burdensome.

Government is a cesspool whirlpool; it sucks in corrupt, incompetent and lazy/worthless individuals, both as politicians, consultants and employees.

Government produces nothing; larger government use more resources; resources that could be used to produce something.

The few necessary functions of government can be performed by limited government.

 

Written by solutions777

March 2, 2014 at 10:20 pm

Party Tenet — Rule of Law

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Definition from Wikipedia:

The rule of law (also known as nomocracy) primarily refers to the influence and authority of law within society, especially as a constraint upon behavior, including behavior of government officials.

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Simplified: it means that all laws apply to everybody especially the government.

Laws should not be bent for anyone.  Just because the public, any group or government entity does not like the result in certain cases should have no effect on the administration of any law.  There are many cases where the law has been bent out of sympathy for the guilty or the desire of benefit by the selfish.

The law must not have feelings or in any way be governed by emotion.

Without Rule of Law, there cannot be Fairness.

Written by solutions777

March 2, 2014 at 10:01 pm

FREEDOM

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Found on the internet

 

Reflecting on Freedom

Just about everyone claims to be in favor of freedom. But few seem to agree on what it means.

One person’s idea of freedom can actually violate another person’s freedom. To one person, it means doing what he wants with his own life. To another, it means doing what he wants with other people’s lives. Both say that the other one’s concept of freedom is tyranny.

To the laissez-faire businessman, freedom means an end to all government regulation. To the communist, freedom can be achieved only when individual incentive has been crushed and “the people” own everything. (Are you starting to feel uncomfortable?)

Some people believe that job quotas for minority groups promote freedom. But to a person who is truly anti-discriminatory, quotas are a violation of freedom.

Throughout history, men have miscommunicated on this subject. Since conservatives, liberals, fascists, communists — and every other group — all claim to be in favor of freedom, they cannot be talking about the same thing.

The dictionary defines freedom as “being free.” In turn, free is defined as “not under the control or power of another.” How can there be so much confusion over a definition so clearly stated?

Utopian thinkers have always confused freedom with equality. But nothing could be more incorrect. Nature has made freedom and equality totally incompatible. “Freedom and equality,” wrote Will and Ariel Durant, “are sworn and everlasting enemies, and when one prevails the other dies.”

When most people talk about freedom, they tend to think in terms of freedom for themselves. They see freedom as a license to do as they please. Thus, you may be surprised to find that when people espouse freedom, often they are referring to their freedom, not yours. Worse, you are likely to discover that their freedom necessitates the violation of your freedom.

The only way freedom can be rationally viewed is as the freedom for each individual to do as he pleases, so long as he does not commit aggression against anyone else.

Presidential candidates love to talk about freedom, even while telling us how they intend to further limit our freedoms. They do this by manufacturing “rights” out of thin air. The last batch of candidates was especially bold in this respect.

The problem is that all artificially created rights are anti-freedom. Because in order to fulfill one person’s rights, another person’s must be violated.

At the heart of such thinking is what I call GAVEC. (That stands for guiltism, angerism, villainism, envyism, and covetism.) People suffering from GAVEC are usually unable to achieve success in a free society. Thus they yearn for an external force (government) to “level the playing field” and equalize results.

True freedom means freedom for the “poor,” the “rich,” the “handicapped,” the “oppressed,” the “weak,” and the “strong.” Simply put, it means freedom for everyone.

Think about this as candidates start to step up their promises to fulfill artificially created rights. Everything in life has a price. And, make no mistake about it, the price of artificially created rights is the exchange of your rights for someone else’s.

Look in the mirror and ask yourself, “Is that what I really want — for me or my children?” I would hope not.

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FREEDOM for EVERYBODY is the TENET of NEW POLITICAL PARTY.

Few people are going to agree with the above essay.  The reasons were explained in the essay; but all of the reasons equate to selfishness and thus EVIL.

This is what is wrong with ALL other political parties.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Written by solutions777

August 11, 2013 at 1:26 am

Party Tenet — No Ideology

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From Wikipedia

A political ideology is a certain set of ideals, principles, doctrines, myths or symbols of a social movement, institution, class, and or large group that explains how society should work, and offers some political and cultural blueprint for a certain social order. A political ideology largely concerns itself with how to allocate power and to what ends it should be used.

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Huh?

This is what political parties, political groups, politicians and anyone politically active use to justify taking(stealing) and cheating other groups/sectors of society.  In short, an excuse to do evil.

NEW POLITICAL PARTY will have no ideology.  It will be about fairness to ALL.

 

 

 

Written by solutions777

May 1, 2013 at 9:39 pm

Party Tenet – Private Property Rights

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Private property is property owned by legal persons or business entities.  Depending on the nature of the property, an owner of property has the right to consume, sell, rent, mortgage, transfer, exchange or destroy it, or to exclude others from doing these things.

Traditional principles of property rights include:

  1. control of the use of the property
  2. the right to any benefit from the property (examples: mining rights and rent)
  3. a right to transfer or sell the property (but not all property can be transferred or sold)
  4. a right to exclude others from the property.

Traditional property rights do not include:

  1. uses that unreasonably interfere with the property rights of another private party (the right of quiet enjoyment).
  2. uses that unreasonably interfere with public property rights, including uses that interfere with public health, safety, or peace.

Private Property Rights must be protected as they are the font from which society and civilization flow.  These Rights must be protected from the government at all costs.

 

 

Written by solutions777

August 11, 2012 at 3:24 pm

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