NEW YORK, Nov. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- I was raised in a working class neighborhood in East Flatbush, Brooklyn. If you saw me, you would think twice about messing with me. I have spent my whole life in the gym lifting weights and learning martial arts. This is how you survive on the streets. You have to be tough. I also spent most of my life reading books. My formal education is in law and accounting. However, I am also knowledgeable in physics, medicine, mathematics, human anatomy and physiology, economics, finance, marketing, computers, history and politics. This is how I survive in the business world. You have to know what you are doing.
Growing up in a neighborhood where I had to protect my bicycle and my sneakers from criminals, I learned early on that money did not grow on trees. Having been alive almost 50 years, has given me the wisdom to know that the battle between the haves and the have nots has been around since the beginning of time. This struggle between humans over scarce resources is the reason why we have systems of government, laws, commerce and industry. If you don't go to work, you don't eat.
I supported Donald Trump for President because he speaks the language of business. People in business know that over burdening regulations and taxes, kill jobs. It is my hope that the election of Donald Trump is a step in the right direction for America. Our country has been on the decline since the 1980's when we started to develop an appetite for foreign made products. Since that time, many American businesses have moved their production facilities overseas in search of cheaper factors of production. The new government will need to incentivize American businesses to reverse this trend to return American businesses to making their products on American Soil with American labor.
My message to our youth is that we have come a long way in terms of civil rights and human rights. I promise you that we as a united people will never return to the evils of the past. Please give our elected officials a chance to bring businesses and jobs back to America.
SOURCE Dr. Sean O'Loughlin, Esq.