Three Economies: Why Liberty Doesn’t Matter to a Hungry Man

A very interesting take on the socio-economic classes in America.

The Rio Norte Line

The US government, under the control of “progressives” has consciously divided the citizens of America into three distinct economies over the past 150 years. I’ve tagged them:

  • The Locke-Friedman Economy (for John Locke and Milton Friedman)
  • The Huxley-Orwell Economy (for Aldous Huxley and George Orwell)
  • The Hobbes-Keynes Economy (for Thomas Hobbes and John Maynard Keynes)

I’ll attempt to explain why these are important as a driver for uninformed voters and why it is so difficult for the political right to break through to them.

The Locke-Friedman Economy

People in the Locke economy are people who don’t live paycheck to paycheck, have savings and a retirement plan, saving for college for their kids and pay for their own health insurance. They have good jobs and make enough money to have surplus to enjoy or invest; many are successful small business owners. They live in safe, upwardly mobile neighborhoods with good schools. Most…

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