Two questions to ponder
What incentives do the US government have to solve the health care problem in any meaningful way? For every person who dies between 62 and 70 years old, the government saves an average of 1/4 million dollars in social security benefits over what should be their expected lifetime.
What incentives do big pharmaceuticals have to make people healthy? They sell all their products to sick and unhealthy people.
Here are the problems we are going to solve: Social Security, Education, Homelessness, Lobbyists, Federal Tax System, Health Care, Immigration, Illegal Drug Problem, Welfare, Financial Crisis, Climate Change, The Media, Energy and Carbon Emissions, and the United Nations.
This Book tells how we are going to do it. It also shows you how to help. This book also sets the stage for getting everyone's attention.
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