Economic Principals To Secure A Nation
From the late 1960's all the way thru today the United States has been at first slowly then increasingly loosing it's prestige in the Global community. Whether it is because of our antiquated under funded public educational systems or the many referendums and policies implemented by our own government spanning 40 years. They all have under minded the economy and future security of this once great nation.
There are sound economic principals that have long since been forgotten that must now be initiated before any hope of salvaging and rectifying the many crisis that have and are plaguing America. We must all remember that a nation's national security and stability depends on the overall health of all it's citizens. With the ever increasing rates of cancer, obesity and all the other life threatening causes that have only accelerated with each passing year it is quite obvious governmental policies over the past few decades have failed miserably in this most essential fact.
The other necessary requirement for economic stability and growth lies with having the availability of the resources, the tools, and the knowledge to effectively use to be provided along with the employment opportunities for each citizen to apply their skills and knowledge in return for living wages. Being able to apply The Williams Theory Of Economic Evolution is crucial to the success and future of any country. What is happening now is the exact opposite. Massive unemployment continues in every major city across the United States while those still employed are faced with stagnant or worse reduced wages in a time of unprecedented rising costs of living. Needless to say, we are still along way from achieving these basic economic principals that are vital for total economic stability and growth.
The question remains: How does the United States plan to regain the economic stability that is so vital to ensure our future for generations to come? We have budget shortfalls that continue to mount in almost every state. This is primarily because most of the solutions coming forth have only exasperated the problem. Our elected officials have yet to produce concrete viable answers. Every where Governors and particularly Republican legislatures are continually missing the boat in their attempt at solving an economic crisis of international proportions.
Currently with the civil unrest in the Mid-East compounded with the ongoing conflicts in Afghanistan and in Iraq concurrently with the threats by North Korea all contribute to a very precarious and perilous climate for regaining our economic prominence. As difficult as this may all seem there is a way to actually climb out of this abyss of uncertainty. Education is of paramount importance. When Ross Perot tried to explain how important reigning in our National Debt back in 1992 by educating the public through mass television exposure we all gained a unique perspective of how much this country really is in debt and how deep our financial troubles really are. Today we are in even deeper trouble, deeper in debt, and have gone deeper in that economic abyss.
The President has proposed and passed some legislation intended to ease the economic climate but still there remains a juggernaut of economic depravation gaining momentum even now threatening to destabilize an already unstable economy. The crisis in the Mid-East is a key factor in what the United States does now. To eliminate any threat to our economy a National Economic Reform agenda is not only warranted but necessary in securing the future of the United States.
Applying the same policies only with different variations with the events of today will only impede more misery upon an already impoverished populace. The eight articles that make up National Economic Reform deal directly with the achievement of regaining the populations over all health and the actual accomplishment of the Williams Theory Of Economic Evolution. Once we initiate a 10% flat tax, Universal Health Care, guarantee adequate safe healthy fresh water for all, apply an equal trade policy instead of the free trade agreements that have only reduced our work force by over 10 million middle class wage jobs, implement an solid energy policy for total energy independence, and eliminate our national debt will the United States begin to recover. These are just a few of the necessary reforms that are needed and addressed in National Economic Reform. These reforms will transport this country out of that economic abyss where once again every American will be able to have the opportunities and available resources to achieve a better quality of life.