Practical Cost-Saving Approaches for $Government

31 Mar

Dear Sir,
As a highly inspired and intelligent and forward-looking #youth in your generation who hopes for a future that we can all live with, I would love consideration from @Whitehouse staff to research the potentials of the following basic changes from this report. To balance the budget is essential for a strong dollar and a real future. Thank you for all your work so far.

1. Focus on preventative Health Care, alternative health care, and nutrition in medical schools.
-Organic food is said to be healthier, higher in anti-oxidants, taste better and be cooked at home.
-Alternative practices such as regular vitamin C, fish oil, and multi-vitamins can increase health and reduce trips to hospitals.
-As it is, pharmaceuticals and big medicine have control of medical schools in a way that serves well for disease care, but may not serve for a healthy populous at home. My analysis follows that medical schools would be a good way to change health in our country.
Research question A: What are viable alternatives to the medication, consultation, and chronic care that medicare currently pays for?
Research question B: What kind of government program can be implemented to make sure that every American lives a healthy and energetic life?

2. Stop the war on drugs.
-Most of the people being held in government prisons are on charges of drugs or drug abuse.
Research question: what is the yearly cost to the federal government of the war on drugs?

3. Cut federal government paperwork out 50%.
-This would be across all departments– streamlining all paperwork process and digitizing it, cutting related positions formerly occupied by management.
Research question: what would be the cost impact to the government of cutting all paperwork processes in all departments by 50%?

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2 Responses to “Practical Cost-Saving Approaches for $Government”

  1. Eddie Miller May 11, 2011 at 7:23 am #

    My PS additions are:

    -raise (industrial) food price
    -devalue dollar against the world
    -increase trade barriers in genetic seeds to Mexico
    -decrease trade barriers with Brazil (Cane Ethanol)
    -publicize the Food Corps as a national program
    -create job transition programs for new farmers

    -Eddie Miller
    Aspiring Organic Farmer, Visionary.
    Community Gardener.
    Boston University ’10.

    http://twitter.com/eddiemill
    https://eddiemill.wordpress.com/
    eddiemill@gmail.com

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