Brockmanism is a conservative isolationist libertarian government that maximizes people’s freedoms and minimizes the size of government. A Brockmanist government follows many similar principles with the United States Constitution and the United States Bill of Rights
Brockmanist Policies Maximizing people’s freedoms means allowing people to have very many rights and freedoms such as freedom of speech, bear arms, education, and religion. Everyone shall be treated equal as they were created, no distinguishing of gender, race, sexual orientation, or religion. The government sees the people as a whole and not as individual sects. Any law passed in a Brockmanist government shall and will be put upon all citizens and the punishment shall be equal for all.
"'Concentrated power has always been the enemy of liberty'." Ronald Reagan
Taxation and Economic Policies In a Brockmanist government, taxes shall remain at an "extreme low" to allow business to prosper and the government can only spend twenty percent of the GDP unless a time of war. A national sales tax will be put in place to bring fairness to all people who are taxed, but low-income households may be harmed by the regressivity of the tax. Being an Isolationist government fair tariffs shall be put in place so that the traded good will have the same tariff as the other country. Also no trade nor negotiation shall happen with countries that don't hold the same ideas and values. The main things tax dollars will pay for is welfare for the disabled, military, infrastructure and things of that nature.
Under A Brockmanist government, deregulation will also take place to allow business more freedom to make there products. This can be a problem, however, because this might cause nationally made products to loose their quality, hurting the economy because of less demand. Another big issue that is to be controlled inflation, in a Brockmanist government there will be a set inflation rate of 2.5% and this will remain unchanged. This may hurt businesses and banks because the demand of more money may damage the economy.
Criticism *In a Brockmanist government, low taxes will effect the power of the government. A country needs a government to be a stable country, and with virtually no money flowing in because of the "extreme low" taxes the government may be extremely weak. Also, it might be unavoidable that the country would go into debt because where would the government get the money to pay for welfare for the disabled, military, and infrastructure
*In a Brockmanist government, deregulation may tend to be a problem because this may cause companies to make unreliable and bad quality products. No country would want to import such products.
*In a Brockmanist government, no trade nor negotiations will be made with any countries who don't hold the same ideals. This could be a problem because this may start wars with countries. Also See