Differences Between Right Wing Policies and Left Wing Policies

I feel like sometimes I mess up when discussing about the 2 different types of political views, so down below are some common beliefs of the both sides, and of course one could be a mix of both or one more than the other.

LEFT- Wing Policies RIGHT- Wing Policies
Environment – Committed to curbing the effects of climate change, protecting natural resources, and ensuring the quality of air, water and land for future generations.

-Supports investing in clean-energy and protecting ecosystems.

-Environmental regulations should be based on science.

-The government’s role should be to provide market-based incentives to develop the technologies to meet environmental standards.

-Environmental policies should meet the needs of localities.

-Environmental policies should focus on achieving results processes.

Trade and Business -Fair trade: International trade should be regulated on behalf of social justice.

-Committed to help producers in developing countries achieve better trading conditions and to promote sustainability.

-Free trade: businesses should be able to trade across borders without regulations.

-Does not want to restrict imports from, or exports to, other countries.

-Support open markets with no restrictions.

Healthcare -Support free or low-cost government controlled health care.

-There are millions who can not afford and are deprived of this basic right.

-Everyone has the right to affordable healthcare.

-Government should provide equal health care benefits for all, regardless their ability to pay.

-Support competitive, free market health care system.

-All have access to health care.

-The government should not  control health care.

-Health care should remain privatized.

-Socialized medicine have higher costs and everyone gets bad quality.

Immigration -Support legal immigration.

-Undocumented immigrants have a right to: health, education, financial aid, welfare, social security, and medicaid, regardless of legal status.

-Unfair to arrest millions of undocumented immigrants.

-Support blanket amnesty for those who enter illegally.

-Support legal immigration only.

-Oppose amnesty for illegal immigrants.

-Illegal immigrants do not have the same rights as legal immigrants.

-Borders should be secured before addressing the problem of illegal immigrants.

– Government should secure borders and enforce immigration law.

Economy -A market system in which government regulates the economy is the best.

-Government must protect citizens from the greed of big businesses.

-Unlike the private sector, the government is motivated by public interest.

-Government regulations in all areas of the economy is needed to level the playing field.

-The free market system, competitive capitalism, and private enterprise create the greatest opportunity and the highest standard of living for all.

-Free markets produce more economic growth, more jobs, and higher standards of living than those systems burdened by excessive government regulation.

Taxes -Government should help the poor and needy using tax dollars from the rich.

-Taxes enable the government to create jobs and provide welfare programs for those in need.

-Government programs are a caring way to provide for the poor and needy in society.

-Lower taxes and a smaller government with limited power will improve the standards of living for all.

-Support lower taxes and a smaller government.

-Lower taxes create more incentive for people to work, save, invest, and engage in entrepreneurial endeavors,

-Money is best spent by those who earn it, not government.


Characteristics and Traits of a Good Leader

Down below is a list of characteristics and traits I believe a good leader should have. Let me know if there is anything else that would describe a good leader, in the comments below.

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  • Good Leaders are honest, trustworthy, reliable, cooperative, proactive, flexible, respectful etc.  
  • A good leader always has to think three steps ahead, working to master their own environment with the goal of avoiding problems before they arise.
  • A good leader will adapt to new surroundings and situations, doing their best to adjust.  
  • A good leader must be willing to work to understand the needs and desires of others.
  • A good leader has to ask many questions, consider all options, and lead in the right direction.
  • A good leader will treat others with respect, and will ultimately earn respect.  
  • A good leader will work to consider all options when making decisions.
  • A good leader will evaluate the input from all interested parties and work for the best of everyone.
  • A  good leader must create access to information, for them to be able to use it for the good of their people.
  • A good leader will recognize the efforts of others and reinforce those actions. And appreciate their efforts to create a better place to live.