1. Reduce welfare spending by 50%.
2. Reduce military spending by 50%. The US should only at most spend five times the amount the next-highest spending military is spending, not ten times. We’ll be plenty safe with that amount of military spending. We just won’t be able to maintain hundreds of military bases abroad and engage in unnecessary wars.
3. Reduce corporate subsidies by 50%. The federal government spends $92 billion on corporate welfare subsidies, whereas $59 billion is spent on social welfare. We spend much too much in both areas, but why do corporations receive more than people in need?
4. Abolish public education. Why entrust one of the most important tasks to one of the most incompetent and inefficient organizations, the government? Plus, abolishing public education would save the government $600 billion dollars a year- and that is money spent on just K-12.
Private education and homeschooling are more efficient and allow for more diversity of schooling choices. Currently, “free” public education is crowding out the private educational system that could blossom in the United States.
5. Abolish the minimum wage (and watch jobs get created.)
6. Reduce the number of federal regulations by a third. The Code of Federal Regulations at the end of 2011 was 169,301 pages.
The King James Bible is 1,888 pages. Enough is enough.
7. Appoint someone like Dr. Ron Paul to lead the Federal Reserve in the right direction, one without massive amounts of quantitative easing.
8. Stop Obama’s War Against Coal with its immense human and economic costs.
9. Stop all green energy subsidies. We’ve had enough boondoggles. Energy companies should have to stand on their own two feet.
10. Abolish the IRS. Reform and dramatically simplify the tax code by instituting a flat tax.