How about giving a Trillion dollars to Goldman Sachs and the rest of the banking gangsters? Oh wait! We already tried that. Nevermind.
I suggest you hire the Mafia to do distressed SBA loan workouts. I've been through it with both and when it comes to integrity and dependability, the Mafia has the SBA beat hands down. They might get a little rough at times, but you can negotiate with the Mafia, know what they agree to will stick and they move fast.
I suggest you legalize marijuana at the federal level and let the states decide what to do about it. Many will follow rather quickly, creating jobs in cultivation, distribution and retail, tax revenue for the government, an improvement in our trade balance, and a bit less revenue for the drug gangs.
Seeds grow outward. and this ground is fertile.
Renovate the homeless shelters across the country. Develop new rules. Most of them where I live were in bad shape. Make sure some funding goes from programs for non - profit of the cities to the small shelters which are independently operating and trying to survive.
Support community supported farms.
Support urban farming by funding and education.
Subject: Healthcare: Dementia/elderly: Most people with dementia do not need to be in skilled facility, paid with government dollars. There may be periods of time that they need to be in a skilled environment, but overall, if properly managed, they can be placed in personal care homes, in the community that they or their families live. Home Health can service their skilled needs, and the government could support twice ...more »
I have been reviewing the disability statistics. Different sources have different definitions. The figures are estimates which are resulting from surveys of samples. The detailed data needed is not available to my understanding(or not easy to find if available). In my opinion, if we have the exact data, then we can distribute the products and the services to the people who need those products and services more efficiently ...more »
America and the planet has a serious problem with poverty, discrimination, and preventable challenges. Programs which can give people hope for the future can help with productivity and dealing with serious problems.
I believe that labor unions have erected barriers to productivity. I have always supported unions because employers tend to abuse their employees. There is a long history of Labor Unions in the US and many people have given their lives in a fight against large corporations who are abusing employees. I suggest that Unions and Corporations agree to disagree with the long term goal of creating profit for the company. ...more »