The AARP was why Bush signed that into law. Until recently, they were the most powerful voting bloc in the country, and did a great deal to dictate 'socialist' policy.
Anyway, The Doctrine of Fascism
...But when brought within the orbit of the State, Fascism recognizes the real needs which gave rise to socialism and trade unionism, giving them due weight in the guild or corporative system in which divergent interests are coordinated and harmonized in the unity of the State...
And the entirety of section 8 ("Conception of a corporative state")
I'm not in any way decreeing that Fascism did not 'interfere' with commerce, in many ways, though, that was the mantle under which much of the work was done.
These are very clear criteria:
My personal definitions of left and right depend on the policies a particular party has. If the majority of their policies are socialist or collectivist, I consider them left. If the majority of their policies are individualist, capitalist, and tend towards minimal government regulation of private commerce, I consider that party 'right'.
Those are my definitions. I leave it up to you to determine if corporate welfare is left or right.
Just because you proclaim a definition does not mean other people are going to follow it. It's just important that we're clear what you think, but it has nothing to do with you winning any sort of argument. You define certain policies as being left wing, declare social policies irrelevant (conservative versus liberal), and then make the claim, and wait for people to fall into the trap.
All the while, it contributes nearly nothing to intelligent discourse. "Hitler was left wing because people who agree with me and I define this to be left wing."
It's nice that we have a solid definition, but there's little argument about Hitler's policies in the overall scheme of things, because more than anything, he wanted power, and used what movements and policies he could to attain that power. Megalomaniacs like him do not tend to operate under the idea of "well this is made of rainbows and sunshine, let's implement it!"