I'm a firm believer that a free marketplace needs regulation to make it both free and respectful, and most conservative states have enacted a number of laws to ensure that employers cannot punish whistleblowers, and heavily penalize things like wage theft and the like.
This is mostly why you need regulation. This is how it SHOULD happen.
But this assumes that there's a business B. So you need to keep things competitive and allow people to start up businesses easily with grants or loans.
Also it assumes business B is looking for employees. So you need to make sure that you are working to create growth conditions for businesses.
And it also assumes that business B is the same business, or that retraining is painless, so you need to make sure to have solid job education/retraining infrastructure and a temporary safety net.
If Business A treats their workers like shit, that's their prerogative, but if they cross a certain line, they absolutely should have the hammer brought down on them.
I think that labor issues in Texas, for instance, are perfectly fine. Businesses are trying to skirt those laws all the time, and they get caught and have to pay a fine. But the rules make sense and they work, as sparse as they are.
Please don't confuse us conservatives with fucking tea partiers and theocrats. There's plenty of us who do lean closer to the center or left on issues of labor.
After 4 years my company get bought out they made sweeping changes that I found demeaning and stupid. You know what I did? I quit, fucked off for about 6 weeks then started looking for something new. That's the beauty of at will. You can quit just as easily as you can be fired. If you have even the most basic understanding of hiring process you can get hired again easily. I think I spent 3 weeks and did 4 interviews leading to two offers. I chose the one closest to my apartment and that was that. When you are good usually the company will fight to keep you. If you're replaceable you're treated as such. If you're a doormat they know they can push your buttons without consequence.
Be valuable, know your value, and do what's best for you. I don't care about someone being older or younger and telling me what to do like some guys. As long as they're respectful towards me and actually know the field and not some middle management transplant or new grad MA in business administration we get along. I tend to dislike women but they can be wrangled in if you complain above their heads. Women can't lead, only boss. They know they're diversity hires and will cut the crap. Only for you, if you are able to threaten their job.
>>26423151 If there's no barrier to entry which is generally procured by the government such as extended copyright laws then there sure can be. The most regulated market in the US, the pharmaceutical market is also the most corrupt and bottlenecked market of all. Coincidence? I think not.
A world in which a person can inherit wealth isn't meritocratic. There is no merit to being born to a wealthy person.
I think it's important to understand that there has to be some sort of balancing factor to wanting a truly casteless, meritocratic society, while still being able to provide a traditional inheritance to our families. Which is why effective social programs like public education and school lunches and stuff are so important.
Sorry, you won't get any agreement from me with that example.
I don't want us to return to the bad old days of medicine being a dangerous crapshoot. As it is, I think the FDA is far too kind to all these producers of 'dietary supplements' with no proven benefits.
I think it's terminal for these nutjobs. I've explained countless times how poverty is a moral failing and only exists for those who work very hard to be poor. I grew up with a poor family in a poor area. I am somehow an anomaly but I didn't forget where I came from. I probably hate poor people more than the average fuck-poor-people guy. Even seeing one come up asking for change, dirty, stinky, stupid, and ugly, they just lie and say they don't have anything and go on tumblr to whine about how someone should do something to help the homeless.
You're fucking crazy then. Why do you hate progress and helping people? If people want a drug or treatment they can choose whether or not to undergo it. Now more than ever before the doctor-nurse-client relationship is a collaborative one. Patients ask questions and make decisions concerning their care. Doctors and nurses go through years of school learning to think critically and evaluate shit. If a patient is diagnosed they have the Internet with all kinds of wiki, WebMD, and Google scholar to look at. If they're too stupid or lazy they have only themselves to blame.
I'd rather more shit available than less. We need less regulation. We should do away completely with drug scheduling and allow people to use any drug or treatment on themselves they want. I think physician should stay a protected title and outlaw practicing medicine without a license. I don't need a degree to take aspirin and acetaminophen, both drugs that would never be approved under today's standards even as rx only, so why can't I buy testosterone or codeine without a prescription or degree?
They have strong values but they always seemed more conservative than theocracy like. They're patriotic, which flies directly in the face of theocracy for anyone who identifies as American. I'm a classic liberal like the founding fathers, but I don't think faggots should be allowed to marry. I don't think the government should recognize any marriage in the first place.
>>26423025 >leave rich neighborhood and strut around detroit for a couple minutes >robbed and savagely beaten by niggers >go home, some nigger on CNN telling me how we need to raise taxes so we can give money to niggers and we need more niggers running things yeah it's a pretty good way to cure leftism
I think the same way, I guess I think like an American because I am one. That's not theocracy though. The closest thing to theocracy we have are blue laws banning sales of spirits on Sundays. It's annoying but who goes shopping on Sunday anyway? I usually go Monday evening on the way home from work. If a bottle is down to 20% you add it to the shopping list and get it that following week. If I'm dying for a drink I have 6 bourbons, 4 gins, 1 vodka, 2 tequila, and 3 rum, plus a few bottles of wine to make do with. Faggots can get married now. There is no remnant of religion aside from a sentence inscribed on the border of a coin now. Seriously, look at a $1 coin. Had I not told you it's on the side I bet you wouldn't have been able to find it.
A good American is a good Christian, this is not mandated by law though. As a freedom loving American we respect your right to be a bad person as long as you don't break any laws.
I'm Christian though, we wear the cross. Besides that I have no interest in visiting the middle east. I dislike Muslims and Jews. Seeing Jesusland sounds cool but if I'm making a pilgrimage then despite my protestantism I'd rather visit Rome.
OK yeah, that's enough to change my opinion of them then. That's pretty fucked up. I'm pissed at my biological parents for chopping my dick off. I believe I'd be matri/patricidal if they were adoptive parents.
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