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Joe Schmoe to the Rescue!: Solving America's Problems

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THIS IS A NO WHINING ZONE. "Somebody ought to do something." Well, somebody is. 25 major problems in the United States are identified but each comes with a common sense solution. For the last sixty years we have been throwing money at every problem that surfaced only to find out that money wasn't the answer. The people have to take the power back from the lobbyists, empty out half our prisoners while holding onto the bad guys, and demand our mainstream media get their integrity back or go out of business. We know who the crazies are that will shoot up a school, theater or mall, but we don't share the information. Every household spends thousands extra each year to reimburse big buisiness for political donations. Political contributions are a business expense, not altruism. They always get their money back. Let's put an end to that. The author never checked with any political camp. Joe Schmoe's solutions are plain everyday common sense. You'll come away with a different... More > point of view.< Less
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ISBN
9781483415482
Published
August 19, 2014
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
167.07 KB

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