Solution to Medicare
Federal Deficit Budget
  Everything on this web site begins with this philosophy:
*The measure of an economy is money.
*A large economy needs a larger supply of money than does a small economy.
*Therefore, a growing economy needs a growing supply of money.
*All money is a form of debt.
*Therefore, a growing economy requires a growing supply of debt.
*U. S. Federal Debt is the safest, most controllable form of debt. The federal government, alone among borrowers, never will default.
*Thus, there is no federal debt or deficit problem, and a balanced federal budget leads to a recession or a depression.

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Economic Solutions


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Economic Solutions
             Here are quick solutions to the various problems affecting the economy. Clearly, something as complex as our economy cannot be corrected with quick, one-line solutions, but these comments provide a direction for further discussion:
  • Solution to inflation: Raise interest rates.
  • Solution to recession: Increase the federal deficit.
  • Solution to stagflation: Raise interest rates and increase the federal deficit.
  • Solution to depression: Dramatically increase the federal deficit.
  • Solution to a "fair" taxation system: Reduce taxes. Begin by eliminating FICA and Medicare taxes. Then begin to raise the minimum taxable income level, higher each year, until all income taxes are eliminated.
  • Solution to the federal deficit: No solution needed. "Federal deficit" is a synonym for "federal money created." A growing economy requires a growing supply of money.
  • Solution to paying for the federal debt: More federal debt.
  • Solution to education problems: Increase federal support of schools.
  • Solution to infrastructure problems: Increase federal investment in infrastructure.
  • Solution to Social Security financial problems: Federal support of Social Security similar to Federal support of the military, i.e. deficit spending.
  • Solution to Medicare financial problems: Federal support of Medicare similar to Federal support of the military, i.e. deficit spending. financial problems: Federal support of Medicare similar to Federal support of the military, i.e. deficit spending.
  • Solution to the health care crisis: Federal support of universal health care. More money to doctors and hospitals to encourage an increase in doctors and hospitals.
  • Solution to military recruitment problems: Increase military salaries.
  • Solution to pollution and other industry-made ecological problems: Financial rewards to companies for positive ecological steps.
  • Solution to poverty: WPA-style job creation.
  • Solution to hunger: More food stamps for more people.

                 You will notice that the vast majority of economic solutions involve increasing the federal deficit. The reason: The vast majority of economic problems stem from a shortage of money in the economy (with inflation being the notable exception). A growing economy requires a growing supply of money. I would like to have your thoughts.

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    Please click the cover to see excerpts from the book FREE MONEY

    A large economy needs a larger supply of money than does a small economy. Therefore, a growing economy needs a growing supply of money. All money is a form of debt. Therefore, a growing economy requires a growing supply of debt. U. S. Federal Debt is the safest, most controllable form of debt, because the federal government, alone among borrowers, never will default. Thus, there is no federal debt or deficit problem, and a balanced federal budget guarantees recession, and depression.

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    CONTENTS OF THIS WEB SITE:
    1. Stagflation
    2. Federal Budget Deficit
    3. Social Security and Medicare Solutions
    4. National Debt Letters
    5. Federal Deficit Solution
    6. Concord Coalition.
    7. Balanced Federal Budget
    8. Federal Deficit Problem
    9. Federal Government Budget
    10. US National Debt
    11. National Debt Solution
    12. A Child In Arms
    13. Inflation and Stagflation
    14. Glossary of Economic Terms Debt, Money, Deficit, Spend, Owe
    15. U.S. National Debt
    16. US National Debt Clock
    The Interest Rate Fallacy | Social Security Solutions | Medicare Solutions | Economic Solutions | Recession | Federal Debt of the U.S. | Federal Budget Deficit | Stagflation | National Debt Letters | Federal Deficit Solution | Balanced Federal Budget | Federal Deficit Problem | Federal Government Budget | US National Debt | National Debt Solution | A Child In Arms | Glossary of Economic Terms Debt, Money, Deficit, Spend, Owe | US National Debt Clock | Inflation and Stagflation | Pseudoeconomics   | Money supply and the weather | The Relationship Between Gold and Money | Social Security Reform | Does Federal Debt Cause Inflation? | The 5 Myths That Damage Our Economy | 10 Reasons to Eliminate FICA | Rodger M. Mitchell -- Ideas |