Corporation of America

The majority emanating into the United States immediately become partakers of an inheritance, common stock in a corporation. Ordinary stock has a claim on profits and possesses voting rights; offering control over corporate policy, among other issues; best described as direct democracy. However, there is likewise representative democracy, it demands shareholders vote collectively for a deputy, or proxy, who acts on behalf of investors in all counts; this method tapers control while amplifying faith; the multitude employs this passive approach.

Throughout adolescence, self-proclaimed lords and garish philosophers provide contextual knowledge regarding structure {employment of the scientific method of observation over time would safeguard against}. Approaching completion of prescribed encoding {learning if you prefer} abstracted innocents urge upon ripening plebes to decide on a set craft. Inevitable matriculation into the work farce as full-fledged accomplices looms ahead.

One’s birth predetermines basic investment. How much to invest? Strategic evaluations must have rank. Conversely, bold theorists at high-as-a-kite school opined a stable interpretation. Critical minds will advance an independent analysis. Yet, one must establish a meaningful foundation, a worthy standard with which to judge. The guiding principle from a corporeal standpoint: artifacts!

How does the company create capital? Payroll, individual and corporate taxes. Wage taxes paid jointly by employee and employer make up trust funds; further put under the subheading of mandatory spending. Congress and the president decide expenditure during the year on year appropriations process. The greatest share of mandatory spending goes towards Social Security, formally known as The Old Age, Survivors and Disability Program. Corporate and individual taxes make up federal funds, further situated under the subheading of discretionary spending. The highest amount passes towards the Pentagon, or military. Government bonds sold to countries and individuals comprise another form of revenue; yield over past fifty-years facilitates deficit spending.

In summary, the Corporation of America creates capital by taxation and selling securities, spends revenue primarily on social welfare programs, and militarism, while routinely operating on a deficit platform.

One must consider manufacturing, and services, and reputation throughout concerning these elements. The percentage of persons enlisted in nonfarm manufacturing dwindled from 32% in 1910 to 9% by 2015. Conversely, people employed in professional services increased from 1% to 29%. Factories, plants, and mills of old translated into wholesale and retail establishments of today; primary reasons stated are outsourcing of jobs by U.S. companies {augmented by government trade agreements} and automation. To date, U.S. firms employ over fourteen million abroad; surpassing all unemployed Americans. Automation to replace 40% of jobs worldwide by 2035; 375 million jobs expected to vanish by 2030.

In summary, colossal U.S. businesses, with succor from central authority, have a clear eye regarding profits and an obscure view concerning societies. Eviscerated by avarice, the median is now a vast trench. Please, watch your lockstep as you proceed along either side.

Government offers what? Under the heading ‘Infrastructure,’ we find distinct categories, including broadband, drinking water, energy, public parks, roads, schools, solid waste, transit, and wastewater. Centralized government and regional governments comprise our Republican System sharing supra structure. At the federal level, control divides into an executive, judiciary, and a legislative bureau led by the president and selected 12-cabinet officials, nine nominated judges, and a bicameral congress comprising senators and representatives respectively {delegates also serve within congress}.

Summarizing: relax into simulated milieus. Basic concerns met automatically by preset gins and unlikely prestidigitators promising an ersatz flora and fauna of self-satisfaction.

The Corporation of America is akin to any business in pursuit of monetary gain. Translating the energies of the public from a natural, agrarian lifestyle where one relied directly upon providence from God through nature to an unnatural, manufactured urban existence. One’s labor {which is priceless} subjectively set at a modest price. Businesses systematically take ownership of vital resources God provides; distributing them in a toffee-nosed, variable manner.

A famous phrase from Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address in 1863: “and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.” I would offer an amendment: government of the people, by certain people, for certain people.

Castle in the air rhetoric still lives on cloven tongues. Lords and ladies engage in deception purposed to preserve lower classes in darkness about the true state of affairs; have the hoi polloi working towards a better tomorrow. Results remain equal, however, seen in the abyss severing both- disparity in wealth. In present days, magniloquence concerning the proverbial American Dream is crumbling like the proverbial American Pie itself. Time, unabated, continues its dreadful march, trampling over youth, patiently carrying everyone along towards imminent death. No amount of paint and powder can conceal permanent scarring of a nation spent on avarice.

The American Dream relates to an unwitting public, while American Pie pertains to the preferred shareholders. What appeared in the fiendish eyes of landed gentry as a tender, hot array of pie in late 1700s America remains {after two-hundred years riddled with war, avarice, discord, and pollution} but a hard, cold scrap of rotting tartlet.

God set everything to die. Societies, like individuals, all have and will yield to death; societies are just an aggregate of people. Both share a predetermined lifecycle of conception, birth, growth and maturity, peak, leveling off, and gradual downfall; finally, deliverance out of time. Time faithfully fulfills its task of bringing all into incapacity. If no death, no time.

*Preferred shareholders. Excerpt from Investopedia: The claim over a company’s income and earnings is most important during times of insolvency. Common stockholders are last in line for the company’s assets. This means when the company must liquidate and pay all creditors and bondholders, common stockholders will not receive any money until after the preferred shareholders are paid out.

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