Say No to Corporate Welfare, Charles Koch

Charles Koch is one of most politically prominent billionaire based in the United States. Born in November 1st 1935 at Wichita, Kansas. He is known to compares his political movement for economic liberty and prosperity and small government to the civil right campaign held by his fellow non-conservative politicians.

Charles Koch has never backed a GOP presidential nominee but for the first time in a February Conference for the Koch Network held at Indian wells, Calif, Charles and his network consider spending huge amount of donation to try and defeat Donald Trump. This is according to an official from Freedom Power Action Fund. Funding will come from his influence in Koch Industries where he commands 40% ownership with the company being worth more than $60 billion. It is actually the second largest private-owned company in United States according to Bloomberg Billionaire Index.

In his article, Charles depicts that the fundamental concept of respect, dignity and equality were earlier exposed to threat by the nation’s own government. Charles disagree with the Obama administration insisting the utter truth and the factual knowledge is that people are incapable of running their own lives. That is what he calls the notion of collectivism and “big government”. Charles highlights the example of the current health debacle associating with the disastrous government control. He even complain of being a victim of “character assassination” not once but severally. This is what kills liberty and prosperity.

Koch also argues against government regulations insisting he expects employees to cooperate entirely with laws regardless of their personal understanding. He expects them to comply fully with 100% of the time with complex and dynamic government mandates. This does not imply agreeing with each and every law but rather complying with laws that we might perceive ourselves as counter-productive. It is only then that employees will enter into dialogue with regulatory agencies to come up with alternatives that are more constructive.

Being an American businessman, political donor and a philanthropist, Charles believes that his experience in market-based management has provided him with an understanding of how the world works. He insist that he supports a political leader who will advance his ideas, take the country away from this tiered system and lament the activities of the Federal Reserve out of control government spending, in what he likes to call “unjustifiable corporate welfare”. This is the path to liberty and economic freedom.