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AN.I.'s Constitution: A 4th Branch of Gov't(Meta-Administrative)

Published by: Mr. Genaro Soto (Animatrics Industries)


Introduction:

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The purpose of this article is provide insight into matters using a different perspective rather presenting facts and trying to involuntarily lecture my audience by trying to make a point about something they don't want to hear. As philosophy is one of my passions, My blog posts will never to provide or find answers using hard facts. But rather, provide questions that inspire others to seek the truth to those answers. I simply wish to bring awareness to certain thoughts on topics. I leave the opinions and justifications of the information to my audience, for stimulating thought is what I aspire to do. Like art, I simply wish to show the portraits of my art and ask you not only how does it make you feel, but also what does it make you think about?


Definition of a Branch of Government:

A branch of government refers to one of the distinct and independent divisions or arms of a governing body, typically found in systems with a separation of powers. Each branch has specific powers, responsibilities, and functions that act as a check on the other branches, ensuring a balance of power and preventing the concentration of authority in a single entity.


The United States government is structured as a system of checks and balances, designed to prevent the concentration of power in any one branch. This system is composed of three separate but equal branches: the legislative, executive, and judicial branches. Each branch has its unique responsibilities, powers, and limitations, and they work together to ensure a fair and balanced governance. This report provides an overview of the three branches of the American government and explores the concept of checks and balances.


I. The Legislative Branch:

The legislative branch, as outlined in Article I of the United States Constitution, is responsible for making laws. It consists of the Congress, which is further divided into two chambers: the Senate and the House of Representatives.


II. The Executive Branch:

is headed by the President of the United States and is responsible for enforcing laws and managing the day-to-day operations of the government.


III. The Judicial Branch:

The judicial branch, established by Article III, interprets and applies the law. Its primary function is to ensure that laws are constitutional and fairly enforced. The Supreme Court is the highest court in the land and has the power of judicial review.


How the American Government Buys Products from Domestic Companies


Tech Companies work with the government to some degree. I mean, it's not legal. It's almost as if our government is having an affair behind the people's backs to get what they've been missing during their spent in a relationship with us. And that would be censorship and regulation of thought and speech, our greatest assets as self aware beings. Of course as self aware beings we have access to other assets at our disposal, one of the cheapest forms of assets being time. But what if i asked to think about what you currently know from a different perspective. Here's what I'll try to explain to the best of my ability to connect the dots between the two entities. The United States government has a significant purchasing power and plays a crucial role in supporting domestic industries and stimulating economic growth. The procurement process allows the government to acquire goods and services from companies within the country. This report provides an overview of how the American government buys products from domestic companies, emphasizing the policies and procedures in place to ensure fair competition and promote domestic sourcing.


The American government actively supports domestic industries through its procurement process. The Buy American Act and the Berry Amendment, along with competitive bidding and small business programs, promote the acquisition of products from domestic companies. Compliance measures and oversight mechanisms ensure fairness, transparency, and adherence to procurement regulations. By prioritizing domestic sourcing, the government contributes to economic growth, job creation, and the development of domestic industries.


The government has established policies and regulations to guide the procurement process and promote the acquisition of products from domestic companies. The government employs various procurement methods to purchase products from domestic companies. These methods include:. Some key policies include:


  • Buy American Act (BAA):

  • Berry Amendment:

  • Competitive Bidding:

  • Small Business Programs:

  • Compliance and Oversight:

  • Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR):

  • Contracting Officers:

  • Oversight and Auditing:


The Us gov't is dependent on lobbying in order to get politicians into power.

40 years old, it was very normal to be skeptical of anyone who asked you for your social security number and birthday. Even just having that information written down for someone to see was a risky decision for some due to the fact that is sensitive information. There is a lot of information behind those numbers. After all, your social security number can track information all the way back to the day of someone's birth. Pulling up sensitive information since before you could remember, But now,

people will tell that number on around every webstore or site on the internet for almost anything.


Tech companies has now reached into major parts of country's economics, making them a primary part of the country's ability to produce economical benefits. If ppl was to take a detrimental hit to its stock price value, the whole market would follow to some percentage. Tech companies are now leading in automotive production, medical equipment practices and health care, mental/clinicals/physical health providers, farm owners, streamers, phone networks, space programs, education, social work, business, and trade. It wouldn't be a hard miss to think the government would want to consider collaborating with these giant companies in ways that would benefit them to regulate the people of the country.

Laws and Rights Limiting Taxation:

In the United States, governmental limits on taxation were established through laws and rights that protect the people while providing a framework for taxation. Constitutionally Protected Rights, Due Process, Equal Protection, Taxing Power and Limitations, Direct and Indirect Taxes, Uniformity Clause, Statutory Laws and Regulations, Taxpayer Bill of Rights.


Governmental limits on taxation are established through a combination of constitutional provisions, statutory laws, and individual rights. These laws and rights protect individuals from arbitrary or excessive taxation, outline the powers and limitations of the government in levying taxes, and provide a framework for a fair and just tax system. By imposing these limits, the government aims to strike a balance between funding public expenditures and safeguarding individual rights and economic stability. It's good to know we have laws in place that ensure our government doesn't rip people off. But what about other entities that have just as much influential power over the people that is similar to that of the government? Like i don't know, big tech companies?


People are not really looking at this way, but tech companies share a level of power that rivals to that of the American government. Big tech companies, such as Facebook, Google (Alphabet), Twitter, and Amazon, have established dominance in the digital landscape. Here are some major key components that tech companies share that gives each a level of significant over the economy, governmental laws, and it's citizens.

Social Media Influencers:


Definition: Social media influencers are individuals who have gained a significant following and influence on platforms such as Instagram, YouTube, TikTok, or Twitter. They use their online presence to create and share content that promotes specific products, lifestyles, or causes, and their recommendations and opinions can impact their followers' behavior and decisions.


Example: A fashion influencer with a large following on Instagram collaborates with a clothing brand to promote their new collection. Through posts, stories, and reviews, the influencer showcases the brand's products, influencing their followers' purchasing decisions and brand perception.


Most times, influencers don't personally represent themselves personally with the products they promote to their followers. Most Influencers do what most actors do, get paid, by appearing to like a product to people who will buy just because they like person presenting it to them. Even Myself have been caught purchasing items just because one of my favorite celebrities was promoting it through an advertisement.

Influence on Social Media Platforms:

User Behavior and Engagement: Big tech companies have a profound influence on user behavior and engagement on social media platforms. Through algorithms and recommendation systems, they shape the content users see, impacting their preferences, interactions, and online experiences. One of the most common approaches to establish this process is by using influencers.


These companies play a critical role in content moderation, setting guidelines, and policies to combat misinformation, hate speech, and harmful content. Their decisions and enforcement actions impact the nature and accessibility of information shared on social media platforms.


Agenda Setting:

Definition: Agenda setting refers to the ability of individuals, organizations, or media outlets to influence public opinion and shape the priorities of public discourse by determining which issues receive attention, coverage, and discussion.


Example: A news outlet or a social media platform consistently covers stories related to foreign affairs and war, highlighting only its negative impact on communities, the economy, and future generations. As a result, the public becomes more aware and concerned about foreign affairs and warfare, subsequently giving policymakers the ability to prioritize addressing the issue that pertains to their interests.


Censorship:


Definition: Censorship is the suppression, regulation, or control of information, ideas, or artistic expression by a governing body, organization, or authority with the intention of restricting or prohibiting certain content from reaching the public.


Example: A government restricts access to certain websites and social media platforms within its borders, blocking content that is critical of its policies or promotes dissenting views.


Regulations:

Definition: Regulations are rules and guidelines established by government agencies or authorities to enforce laws, ensure compliance, and protect public health, safety, and welfare. Regulations provide specific requirements and standards that individuals, businesses, and organizations must follow.


Example: Youtube sets regulations that mandate standards for account users in order to reduce the distribution of inappropriate content and protect the company's interests.


Big tech companies' dominance in the social media space creates challenges for competition and innovation. Their extensive user bases and resources can deter the entry of smaller competitors, potentially limiting user choice and diversity in the social media landscape.


Lobbying:

Definition: Lobbying refers to the act of attempting to influence policymakers or government officials on specific issues or legislation in order to promote or protect the interests of a particular group, organization, or industry.


Example: A big tech company hires a team of lobbyists to persuade members of Congress to support legislation that would provide incentives for the development of new tech and streamline the regulatory process for data privacy approvals.


They use additional tactics such as censoring controversial information, agenda setting y showing information on what they want people to set their agenda to, and they top it off with a cherry by having social media influencers, people with many followers who have gained the approval and popularity from a masses of people to promote products, mindsets, values, and beliefs. Social Medial Influencers often have a level of trust from their followers that they're giving genuine quality media content that expresses who they are and what they value. Followers often start following someone because the get a sense that the influencer has some validity to his words and the target of his interest. When Tech Giants pay or market for influencers to promote specific agenda as their own, their followers begin to empathize and begin to adopt some of those values revealed in a social influencer's content.


Influence on the Stock Market:


Market Capitalization and Valuation: Big tech companies significantly contribute to stock market valuations due to their substantial market capitalization. Their stock prices and market performance have a significant impact on market indices and investor sentiment.


Investor Confidence and Sentiment: The performance and growth prospects of big tech companies influence investor confidence and sentiment in the broader stock market. Positive or negative developments can trigger market fluctuations and impact investment decisions.


Market Impact of Regulatory and Legal Concerns: Regulatory scrutiny and legal challenges faced by big tech companies can have a profound impact on the stock market. Antitrust investigations, privacy concerns, and regulatory changes can lead to market volatility and affect investor confidence in these companies.


Government Regulation and Market Reactions: Governments worldwide are increasingly focusing on regulating big tech companies to address concerns related to market dominance, data privacy, and content moderation. Regulatory measures can have a substantial impact on social media platforms and the stock market.


Market Reactions to Regulatory Developments: Regulatory actions and legislative debates concerning big tech companies often result in market reactions. Announcements of regulatory inquiries or proposed legislation may lead to stock price fluctuations and investor uncertainty.


If you think about it, tech companies kind of operate similarly to politics once you look at their approach on how they maintain power. Big tech companies wield significant influence over social media platforms and the stock market. Their control over user behavior, content moderation, and market dynamics raises important questions about competition, user autonomy, and investor sentiment. As governments continue to grapple with regulatory challenges, the influence of these companies will remain a critical topic in the digital and financial landscapes.


Here's a rough approximation of what some of the top big tech companies make every year on average in annual revenue It's important to note that these figures are approximate and represent general ranges. The actual annual revenues can fluctuate due to various factors such as market conditions, product launches, acquisitions, and other business activities.:


1. Apple Inc.: In recent years, Apple's annual revenue has been in the range of $250 billion to $350 billion.


2. Amazon.com, Inc.: Amazon's annual revenue has seen substantial growth over the years. In recent years, it has been around $280 billion to $380 billion.


3. Alphabet Inc. (Google): Google's parent company, Alphabet, has consistently reported annual revenues of over $160 billion to $180 billion.


4. Microsoft Corporation: Microsoft's annual revenue has typically ranged from $150 billion to $170 billion in recent years.


5. Facebook, Inc.: Facebook's annual revenue has been steadily increasing and has been around $80 billion to $100 billion.



Conclusion:

The US constitutional rights on the independence from federal regulation through privacy and freedom of expression. - The US govt uses tech companies to not only gather sensitive information without consumer knowledge but with their electronic to the terms and agreement.


Consumers provide their numbers to companies for store products for blissfully. Consumers don't think more than twice to provide their social when acquiring a company store card or signing up for their social media account. Since tech companies are not considered part of the house of congress, there is nothing illegal with them taking your data for consumer analysis, and selling it to the government to value the trade as a business transaction and not an act that would be ruled as unconstitutional. The tech companies then use their profits to keep the same poetical leaders in power to maintain their economic power as well.


Tech companies make significant investments in marketing initiatives such as advertising campaigns, digital marketing, social media marketing, sponsorships, events, and public relations efforts. These expenses can encompass costs related to creative development, media placements, marketing personnel, agencies, and technology platforms..




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