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– Dan Deroek (WesternJournalism)

The liberal ideology is based on a philosophy that liberty and equality must exist.  In theory, it touches on many parts of humanity.  In reality, liberalism is nothing more than a concocted theory that edicts a False Positive Paradox and ultimately casts a net of disaster for everything in its wake.

 “The false positive paradox is a statistical result where false positive tests are more probable than true positive tests, occurring when the overall population has a low incidence of a condition and the incidence rate is lower than the false positive rate.”

In layman terms, a false positive is a result that indicates a given condition is present when it is not.  An example of a false positive in the real world would be if a particular test designed to detect cancer returns a positive result but the person does not have cancer.  The False Positive theorem may have been borrowed to prove a point; nevertheless, it accurately delineates the emanation when liberal policies are thrown into the wild.

Liberalism is a political, economic, and cultural movement that emphasizes the rights and freedoms of the individual above all else.  The ideology’s premise and ultimate success are heavily weighed on a self-regulated government.

On the surface, liberalism seems plausible to bring about fairness and equality to all.  Yet many liberal polices end up with less than desirable results at best, to almost certain catastrophic aftermath as the norm.  Of course, anytime government capitalization is used as the main dish rather than a condiment (intended purpose), failure and calamity will ensue.

What is a good example of a liberal policy producing a false positive?

 In San Francisco, the self-appointed mecca of liberalism, the black population today is less than half of what it was back in 1970, even though the city’s total population has grown.  Why? Severe restrictions on building of housing in San Francisco have driven rents and home prices so high that blacks and other people with low or moderate incomes have been driven out of the city. The same thing has happened in a number of other California communities dominated by liberals.  This is a very real example of how a liberal policy can eradicate an otherwise thriving economy. Read more here.
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