My Solutions To Turn This Country Around

1. Abolish the Federal Reserve and the IRS. This Central bank is killing us and the IRS is paying for it… with our own hard earned cash.

2. Null in void every last trade treaty that was designed to suck the jobs out of this country. Get out of NATO. Even the playing field.

3. Reign in the EPA and the over zealous organizations like OSHA.

4. Once the jobs start coming back, or new ones get created, start scaling down entitlement programs and heavily investigating abuses.

5. Repeal Obamacare.

6. Completely disband the TSA molesting agency, the useless FEMA, big brother DHS, the unconstitutional BATFE, and all those other government agencies that we really don’t need.

7. Eradicate every unconstitutional law ever made.

8. Try every politician who helped to write or voted for those unconstitutional laws for treason.

9. Put our money back on the gold standard and back under the authority of Congress.

10. Get out of all those wars.

11. No more foreign aid, it doesn’t hardly reach those in need anyway. Take care of our own first.

12. Raise money through tariffs, not so much through taxes.

13. Stop handing out grants for anything that does not greatly benefit the country. I could seriously care less about what frogs do, I have my own future generations to worry about.

14. No more loose fiscal policies period. No more spending more than what you earn.

15. Strip the criminal bankers and politicians who got us into this mess of their wealth and pay down the debt.

16. Get rid of the 501C3 church controlling program.

17. Discipline the police and humanize them. This police brutality, tazer ’em til they die mentality has got to stop.

18. Lift the restrictions off of herbal medicine. Chemical medicine has proven itself close to worthless, covering symptoms instead of curing the problem. Modern medicine is nothing more than a high profit business run by people who get rich when we get sick.

19. Legalize moonshine. The only reason its illegal is because its not taxed.

20. Stop forking out money to schools and police departments. Let them learn to be more fiscally responsible and live within their means. We have a lot of double dipping principals in this area. You know what, our kids were smarter in one room school houses than they are now in multi million dollar education centers.

21. No more student loans. If they don’t have the money, they don’t go to college.

22. Get rid of the no child left behind policy. Make public schools take tuition. In Ohio, the school tax is added onto the property tax, which has been deemed unconstitutional more than once, and therefore illegal, but still goes on to this day. If the public schools take tuition, then they can pay for themselves. Those who can’t pay tuition can home school their kids. Make it so that people can home school their kids with whatever text books they can get a hold of instead of having to go through a school of any sort.

23. Ban all those toxic chemicals being added into our food everyday.

24. Ban the use of so many chemicals being put in our water.

25. Stop chemtrails.

26. Unless someone is doing something that is actually hurting someone else, leave people the heck alone!


11 thoughts on “My Solutions To Turn This Country Around

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  6. sunny says:

    A lot of what you said is what I’ve been saying from so many years…
    Although, I totally agree with most of what you said but the problem is we all know about these problems and what should be done about them, but still our government and decision makers keep on doing the same insane things, like they just don’t give a damn.
    But I do agree with you and thank you for sharing.

  7. Demosthenes says:

    Leaving education duties to the parents and asking people to pay for college would be very damaging for all sorts of scientific progress. No one person can ever be able to posses and be able to share enough information with the child so that it would start the adult life with a broad understanding of the world. Education must be provided in a relevant manner and be free for all people, otherwise we would be producing generations after generations of misguided youth with not enough knowledge to be able to make rational decisions and understand their consequences.

    • Honestly, I was in public school from preschool to 4th grade. I was the low kid on the totem pole and dreaded going to school each day. From 5th grade to part way through 9th grade I was home-schooled, which I liked far better. Part way through 9th grade, I dropped out of the education system completely, until I got my GED at 19 years of age. Didn’t hurt me one bit. Most public schools are only there to dumb our children down and educate them with Socialist ideology. Same with universities and colleges. If one has the time and the determination to do it, home-schooling is the best way to go. Then you can teach your kids what they need to know with your values, not Marxist propaganda. Also, so many young folks looking at a college education go to college just to go to college, they don’t have a real plan for life. Who foots the bill? Dad and Mom. I think that if someone wants higher education, they should work for it themselves. Besides, how many college graduates flip burgers instead of working in the field they studied for lol? There is also the problem of the ‘student loan bubble’. College graduates are finding it harder and harder to pay off the loans they took out for their education. What happens if a major rash of defaults should happen with these loans? Add all the illegal immigrants sucking the system dry on all fronts, including our schools, and you can see that we have major problems that need reforming. Its up to the parents to guide the children, not the teachers. Common sense and rational decision making is something that needs to be learned at home, not at school where teachers are trying to handle 30 kids in a class and cannot spend adequate time with each child. Free education is not free. Who pays the teachers? The tax payer. So why should someone who has no children pay for someone else’s kid to go to school? In Ohio, our school taxes are combined with our property taxes, with the school tax sometimes being higher than the property tax. This been declared unconstitutional, the way they take the school tax as an add on to the property tax. Why should a poor person with no kids who is barely hanging onto their home fork out money he/she needs to survive to pay for someone else’s kid to go to school? You make some interesting points, but without some major reforms, the education system of this country is nothing more than a chaotic mess and a money drain.

      • Demosthenes says:

        I did not mean that the current system is fine. It is very inefficient, ineffective and unequal. But you must consider the fact that your parents are, from what I can see intelligent and knowledgeable people who want the best for their children. There are many who are not.

        As for the childless taxpayer. I personally would like to opt out from paying taxes for the military as I find any sort of conflict pointless and would rather sponsor a system of international cooperation which would try to resolve issues more reasonably. But saying that you do not wish to pay for the next generation’s education seems very selfish to me. Whether they are your kids or not, they are fellow human beings and I wish to give them a planet a little better than the one which was presented to me. The matter of a sucky system is another story.

      • If major reforms were made to our education system and our schools weren’t Marxist thought centers, I’d be more than happy to help poor kids get an education. However, I don’t see that happening very soon as everything is poised to turn into a one world global governance system based in Socialism and every caring parent needs to get their kids out of the education system if they can. I wish for a perfect society as much as you do and it breaks my heart to see everything going on as it does. I do not support the oil wars, either, and I wish the American people had the balls to stand up and tell the government to put the money where WE want it (then again, in the last election the welfare abusers just voted themselves more money). The system will fail, it has to. Things will get very rough here very soon and it is my prayer that the good people who truly want what is best for everyone will be the ones to win. Until then, we must fight the corruption on all levels, in all areas. As long as the current system of (de)education is in place, I will protest it. I agree that the majority of parents are not up to the task of getting their kids out of the social engineering programs, but the responsibility of teaching their kids the right values and rational decision making is still theirs. I am not personally responsible for someone else’s kids and neither are you. Unfortunately, most parents are brainwashed themselves, thinking that the current system is fine and dandy. We need to work to wake people up and help them see the monster as it really is, then maybe we can kill the beast and make a better way.

  8. Demosthenes says:

    No more to say than please visit 🙂 This is a very reasonable solution to what could do when the system fails. And I hope it does that fast… All you have to understand is that the project does not give power no any specific group of people nor call for a perfect society. Just a lot better.


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