The Entrepreneur Party Platform

The Entrepreneur Party

The Goal of the Entrepreneur Party is to expand the American economy and through that expansion, provide the opportunity for any smart and hard working capitalist to be successful and thus live as well as he or she will ever want to live, or better.


What The Entrepreneur Party Stands For: For a true capitalist, public service is a sacrament. The government that we control will meet or exceed our constituents’ requirements because doing so is a high and most noble calling. This, we will accomplish at the lowest possible cost, a cost that is predictable from quarter to quarter and year to year.


A Constituent of the Entrepreneur Party is:

  1. above all things, he or she is a people-person who represents the American business person best through consideration for their commercial interests.
  2. a growth oriented thinker who dreams of providing opportunity to others if the return on that investment is worth the risk.
  3. someone who dreams of successful brands
  4. independent, ever independent with eyes always searching the horizons for new opportunity and capitalist glory.
  5. an intensely giving person who believes with all his or her heart that charity must generate an acceptable return.


How the Entrepreneur Party Achieves Our Goal:

  1. To complete our quest for total Board Room control of every political, legislative, judicial, and economic process within the boundaries of the United States of America and any territory occupied by American troops, whether they are the American military, subcontractors working for private corporations, or corporate managements with controlling interest
  2. Our Office seekers share an almost fanatical desire to win elections because it is only after getting elected that we may serve to meet our constituents’ requirements.
  3. Every member of the Entrepreneur Party is trained in the unique and patent pending Victory (®) methodology. Victory ® provides the tried and tested tools and approach that guarantee a better life. (There is a monthly subscription and a magazine)
  4. Upon election,  it is a major requirement of that elected official to get re-elected. When standing for re-election, we address but one question: Did we satisfy your requirements?


To demonstrate our honored commitment  and our unrelenting professional resolve, the Entrepreneur Party posts on our Internet website, an official Dashboard that clearly, fairly, and accurately communicates our status as we meet or exceed America’s expectations.

We are accountable. We name names.



Readings on the Entrepreneur Party.

Anton Straxhko, The Secretary Treasurer of the Entrepreneur Party has written a number of best selling self-help books that provide a good example of the philosophy of Libertarianism and that of the Entrepreneur Party. These books include:

  1. The Conducer: God’s Evolved Ants: A Study of Workers from Pre-feudal times through Slavery to the Capitalism of Tomorrow
  2. The Economics of Forever: John Maynard Keynes was wrong and I have the proof: In the long run, only the poor will die
  3. The Infinite Financial Calculator: Shorting in a Life Everlasting Market
  4. Understanding Forever: What a Longer Business Cycle Means to You
  5. God: Brand Asset or Brand Liability?
  6. How to Defeat Minorities, Part of the Dummies series
  7. Five Financial Conundrums not solved  in time.
  8. Return on Intensity (ROI): Why Tough, Unrelenting, and Eternally Vigilant is the new Renaissance Man
  9. Finding your Return by Digging Deep, Part of the Dummies series
  10. When you Think You Have It All: What’s you missed and how to get it. (Includes Workbook)
  11. Paradise: Maintaining your edge when there is no one left to judge you
  12. God’s Work Must Surely Be Your Own. Your soul can improve business.

In addition, we recommend the following authors:

Andrew Crelli: “Not My Freedom, You Don’t!”

Tanya Brandt: “Getting Elected on Looks.” The Smart Way to Convince Voters you’re not too smart or too stupid.

Damian Hegel: The Coming Revolution: Sentience and Politics.

T. Morgan: Capitalism, God’s Way;The Hallelujah Dividend;After Human

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What is the Joad Cycle

The Joad Cycle is a series of dystopian speculative fiction novels set in our America from 2032-2084 after a Constitutional Coup has brought to power an extreme Right Wing, Christian, Libertarian Entrepreneur who is the leader of the new Entrepreneur Party. In this America, business interests rule, government has been marginalized. and the poor and the middle class no longer exist, the result of a massive economic genocide. To survive, every citizen lives to create wealth and should living cost more than they can generate in value to the economy, they are executed. Mostly, this is an Anti-capitalist Love Story.

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This site is mostly fictional and it supports the novels, providing backstory and additional related short stories that take place within the world of the Joad Cycle.

The site offers a Blog and Journal from the perspective of one main character, the hero of the first book, The Golden Rule . This character, Bernie Rosenthal who is very liberal politically, works as Chief Financial Officer for U.S. Angs, a multinational multibillion dollar private corporation owned by Tom Gorman and Tom Morgan, the Toms, who represent ultra Conservative Koch brother types. Bernie is humbled by the tyrannical Toms during the day and finds a release journaling his job frustration. Meanwhile, Bernie's future self, Berne Thau, adds to the blog entries with his perspective, more than 30 years in the future, after money, greed, and the Right Wing revolution end the American Republic .

We are living in trying times. According to Berne Thau, they will get much more difficult.

Why this curmudgeon wrote this story

Every generation, parents tell their children that life was better back when they were young… and the children always scoff.

But now that I have qualified to pass judgment on that age-old warning, now that I’ve been both young and old, I have come to realize that the old have it right and children scoff at their peril though in the ways that American society has been taught to measures success, every generation since maybe the turn of the twentieth century anyway, has had it better.

But with age, and career experience, I have learned that those ways are deceptive and worse, they are wrong. Success is measured based on wealth, conveniences, and life expectancy issues when it should be evaluated on what we hope to be as individuals and what we become as people—the expectancy of life.

Don’t get me wrong, I’ve been successful enough. For most of my baby boomer life I was comfortable middle class interspersed with a few years of unfortunate decline towards impoverishment, never quite getting there before bootstrapping back to comfort.

For a time, I was a certified member of the 1%—in income though not in wealth. The 1% is a class of people who rule their part of the world and have a lot of confidence that somebody they know rules the rest of it. I wasn’t a one-percenter for many years, but it was a good life until my associations made me believe that I just didn’t want it anymore. I apologize to my family for what I had become and these novels are my penance.

People congratulated me for the success I’d earned as if those less and least successful earned that lack as well. And with the memory of a manufacturing facility in a small, rural, one-employer town in out-of-the-way Northern Maine near the Canadian border closed to improve a bottom line somewhere else, with an American town murdered for earnings per share, I signed off and began to write the The Joad Cycle.

In my research, I came to fear for my family that grew from the narrowest and shallowest possible family tree to three generations deep and two wide. My family is important and so I wrote these novels for them, for their future, for what I dread we have taken from them and will continue to take, long after we are dead.

I live in the Midwest and my friends are good people and I value them. They are conservative and most are Christians and somehow, we argue over unions as if union members aren’t patriotic Americans, too, and besides, what is to be gained by condemning workers in a country of workers. And we disagree on the poor? Social Safety Nets may not be working as well as they could (But how would we know if these Safety Nets are working? It is not as if some brave politician will stand up and precisely define what a win looks like in the freest, richest country in the history of history—and seriously, doesn’t free-form Capitalism deserve the bulk of the blame with its all-encompassing goal of creating winning humans and losing humans).

And discussions on life and death with my conservative friends, life at the very beginning and the very end, and guns and gods…forget about it. But unlike politicians and the media, we are friends so we work around the discomfort and the dislike for the greater good.

My friends are the current version of the salt of the earth and all of us abide by family values above all, even if we can’t agree on them. Good people like us accept a society where too many of our children are handled by strangers during the critical formative years. And in the twilight years too many parents and grandparents are handled by strangers until their money runs out, like sand in an hourglass, their lives extended only so far as Government security or private insurance will grant.

And when Americans finally expire after insufferable pain and embarrassment and to the sighs of sad but relieved loved ones, it reveals the immaturity of the vast majority of the American people who won’t resolve; once and for all, when God’s reason ends life and so they leave that to for-profit resolution. Can’t it just be in the fading twinkle of an ancient woman’s eyes?

But all of this pales to the legacy of GREED! Greed, that race for wealth that is ingrained in us all from television at a too early age that drives us to become economically viable so that with something extra in our paychecks at the end of the week, we can indulge ourselves with gifts, with palliatives, to relieve the pain and discomfort that we feel for doing what we must do to earn what wealth we cab. Greed is the satisfying of artificial and constant cravings.

And those who are considered the best of us, majority stockholders, officers of corporations, politicians, and celebrities all at the top of their respective food chains, they earn their way into the 1% and possessing this true wealth, they gift themselves truly extraordinary palliatives in order to compensate for something deeply unsatisfying within that was once more human, what they lost in the dog-eat-dog world that we all live in.

This is the world that we pass on to our children and our grandchildren. This world is what will own them someday like it owns us today. They are truly greed’s legacy. That too is the basis for my cautionary tale of America’s future, The Joad Cycle.

But I still idealize my youth. I remember what it felt like when I was a boy and so I wrote a grand love story, too.


Gary Levey