We want to bring back America
America is $16 trillion in debt, which, if divided by every individual living in America, means each of us is $40,000 in debt. We want America to be strong again. We want our children and grandchildren to enjoy and participate in the America dream. Here’s what we believe will take us there.
We need to get America working again. This is done by encouraging businesses with tax relief, less regulation, and the ability to use their creativity to discover and produce better services and products. This approach will increase the number of jobs we have available for our workforce. Let the private sector lead the charge on recovering our economy, not the government. We want to cultivate an environment that supports our independent entrepreneurs in business, not stifles them. We want to innovate new products and services so we can once again lead this world in technology. We want laws that protect and propel forward and upward the very ones who bring America to the next level.
Most unemployed Americans want to work. Work helps them financially and personally to live a successful and happy life. Being on unemployment is not only expensive for the tax payers but it takes a toll on the individuals’ self esteem and the relationship they have with their family, friends and neighbors. I support putting unemployed workers back to work so they can support themselves, and strongly disapprove of keeping them on unemployment for long periods of time.
America’s taxes are too high and the 35 percent corporate tax rate is among the highest in the industrialized world, stifling the growth of businesses and discourages entrepreneurs. It also reduces individual savings and investments. We need to look for ways to reduce taxes on businesses and individuals to encourage growth, hiring, savings and investments.
We should consider a flatter tax for all. This will encourage entrepreneurship and innovation, and strengthen our country as a whole.
Know our values:
United States is amongst the top in coal as natural resources. Efforts should be made to increase productivity and sustainable output of our natural resources. Our higher education system is also among the highest-ranking in the world. People from all over the world gravitate to our country for our undergraduate and graduate studies. Concentrating on these industries can create more job opportunities and provide a more stable economic foundation for the United States.
An incredible portion of our price of living is allocated to the administration of different sectors. For example, health care utilizes 7% for administration whereas Japan uses only 3% . The same situation is reflected in the education sector, where administrative costs from kindergarten to high schools, is a significant amount of expense. The regulatory costs in regards to businesses is additionally too burdensome with layer upon layer of inconsistent paperwork and technicalities, loopholes and legalities; the time lost in complying and the cost spent on regulating and enforcing is a waste of our valuable human capital. We need to streamline the regulatory process, reduce the number of regulation departments, and make it simpler and more efficient.