Just like having a roommate requires certain rules of conduct about sharing a bathroom, kitchen, food etc., the cabinet that holds the office supplies also has its own set of rules. It is worth mentioning that the International Atomic Energy Agency inspected the power plant in Bataan early this year and reported that this could be rehabilitated, in full compliance with high international safety environment standards, in at least five years at a cost of $800 million (Burgonio 2008). The Philippine LaRouche Society emphasizes the importance of declaring debt moratorium as a fiscal strategy to start the rehabilitation. The organization argues that the Philippines is servicing the debt over US $10 billion per year, which is more than enough to start the full operation of BNPP (PLS 2008). The legal system most familiar to seventeenth century colonists was English common law. English common law had been in use for several centuries in England before the New World’s settlement. Common law provides a set of rules “commonly” used to solve problems. It is built on a history of judges’ decisions rather than relying on lawmaking codes, or laws. In England the decisions that contributed to a common law tradition were written down and compiled annually in legal volumes available for judges to study. Common law developed a reputation for fairness in the courts as well as the protection of individual rights and private property. The youth of the Third World are particularly restless and resentful. The demographic revolution they embody is thus a political time-bomb, as well. With the exception of Europe, Japan and America, the rapidly expanding demographic bulge in the 25-year-old-and-under age bracket is creating a huge mass of impatient young people. Here is my advice to the newâ€ democratic party. Don’t try to sell something by dressing it up as something else. If you want socialism, just embrace it. It is a sign of courage. These policies are not new. They have been tried periodically by some countries. Invariably, they will fail because of our human nature. We are not designed to live in a socialist and communal environment. Perhaps, Margret Thatcher was right when she made the comment some 30 years ago. Socialism works until it runs out of other people’s money. And it’s all done with your money. Bush has already signed legislation to the tune of “if I say local police aren’t doing their jobs, I can swap them out with soldiers at any time”. So local police serve at the whimsy and favor of whoever makes it into the White House. The only solution is to stop feeding the beast – research the law, learn whether you’re actually lawfully required to pay your taxes, and if you come to the reasoned conclusion that you’re not, DON’T! It’s hurting people, and it’s breaking society now that those running the system are following an agenda 180 degrees off from what works.