Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren answered Anonymous' question

Yes, and I mentioned once before the Government needs a "Reboot". This kind of crazy nonsense overspending took longer then 4 - 8 years to put into place, so now that we have elected officials who can only serve that long powerful enough to make these changes . . . They can't.

Too many endless nonsensical … Read more

Call me Z
Call me Z answered Anonymous' question

Yes, its a growing national tragedy; though, much like the pinheads who are wasting our treasure, few people really expect anything bad to happen to them because of it. 

What disturbs me even more than the waste is that we truly have no role in deciding where our money goes.

No one expects to pay down … Read more

Darren Wolfgang
Darren Wolfgang answered Anonymous' question

I believe that's why the US was close to having the government shut down , now ask you self a question . If things were going good in the US why would they need to shut the government down? My opinion is somethings not going right some where and the US needs to stop it

Wesley Crusher
Wesley Crusher answered Anonymous' question

If you've ever been in the military. Wasteful spending is apparent even to the most oblivious. Why do we have 20x more of A, B, and C than we really need? Because we can, let's order more say the contractor! Meanwhile all the enlistees rejoice at increased military spending only to find out that their … Read more

Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren answered Thomas H Cullen's question

So what does one have to do with the other?

They are labels we apply to describe a thing.

A job, is a verb . . . It an action or task performed in some way. The description of the job is merely the attempt to compartmentalize a group of tasks that fall under the actions … Read more

Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren answered Anonymous' question

As scary as it sounds there needs to be a Reboot of our current government. It has gone broken so long, that it would take several terms of one person in office with both sides agreeing to the changes proposed . . . Which will never ever happen. First off, NO MORE career politicians . … Read more

Thomas H Cullen
Thomas H Cullen answered Anonymous' question

Annihilate Washington altogether, and all other systems of deferred power. As long as concentrated power happens, corruption will exist. People need to erase any type of deferred responsibility in order to create stability and peace

Just Ice
Just Ice answered

I just need a list of countries which unconditionally supper Israel at the UN?===========================================================

1- The only country whose unconditional support really matters is the United States of America [USA]

2- Jews were migrating in significant numbers to the USA, from Europe where they were facing problems, until the USA closed its borders to the Jews in … Read more

Danae Hitch
Danae Hitch answered

The Morrill Land-Grant Acts are United States statutes that allowed for the creation of land-grant colleges in U.S. States using the proceeds of federal land sales. The Morrill Act of 1862 was enacted during the American Civil War and the Morrill Act of 1890 expanded this model.

If you do a Bing or Google search, you … Read more

Call me Z
Call me Z answered Moooaoa Jiaou's question

It would be obvious to consider leadership positions such as presidents and prime ministers as likely solutions to this question, but, if you study the nature of politics, politicians themselves don't provide solutions or solve problems. Its not what they do. Most couldn't if they tried. Politicans and their careers are subject to the ebb … Read more

Call me Z
Call me Z answered Anonymous' question

I don't believe we can. Given the current corruption of our media, and the dysfunctional government agenda with its too-deeply entrenched political partisanship, there is little hope of any overhaul sufficient to right the ship. It would mean not only sweeping out the old guard of Congress, the inept Executive Branch and the doddering, useless … Read more

Walt O'Reagun
Walt O'Reagun answered Anonymous' question

Dismantle it.

Do away with the entire federal district.

Use technology to require the representatives to have offices in their home districts, and meet in a secured online "chat room".  >  This will empower the People, and diffuse the power of Lobbyists.