The purpose of this book is to explain the dissociation that political decisions have on economic outcomes. For centuries, it has been widely believed that political power will lead to economic emancipation. It has been believed that the implementation of legislation will provide a positive economic outcome on the livelihood of the layman. However, this misbelief has generally impoverished the societies which relied on it than those who did not. This book argues that political decisions generally affect negatively the economic condition of ordinary people since those who make political decisions made those decisions without considering or ignoring many factors that directly impact the daily lives of the laymen. Ultimately, this book argues that economic outcomes are beneficial for the layman when he has the freedom to decide what is best for him based on his own reality.