Archive for Category: "Supply-side socioeconomics"
Imagine what shape business would be in without supply-side economics. We build business by keeping taxes and government interference minimal. Supply-side socioeconomics is the parallel principle that will balance budgets by rebuilding marriage and the middle-class.
Marriage-absence drives our greatest economic and social problems. The only feasible way to balance budgets in ways everyone will benefit from is to reshape federal and state laws that senselessly weaken or buy out marriage.
A necessary component of America’s forthcoming reconstruction is the replacement of welfare and national health care with marriage. Marriage is revenue-positive and builds naturally-sustainable communities. Marriage is a positive issue for voters. A very significant portion of federal and state deficit spending problems structurally arise because the ratio of married families to single-head-of-household families is precipitously low.