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REIMAGINEAMERICA RADIO HOUR – APRIL 15

As a business woman, I focus a lot on the numbers! The “numbers” tell me what is “out of the norm” – what needs attention – what needs immediate triage and then how to prioritize the necessary changes. In the numbers this week: 85 separate chemical gas attacks by Assad on his own people –

John Kennedy Couldn’t Run for President in 2016!

Itt is unlikely that John Kennedy would have put himself forward as a candidate in 2016. His personal life was just too messy. But 1960 journalism was still the province of ideas and solutions – not salacious gossip. In 2016 "news" has been transformed into a place where entertainment trumps substance. Irrelevant sensationalism discourages the average voter -- concerned about the economic security and physical safety of his/her own family -- from participating. Don't be fooled -- every vote matters -- even if you can't vote for either Clinton or Trump! PLEASE VOTE!

Banking for 21st Century American Infrastructure

USA's economy hangs on a strong infrastructure. Infrastructure drives productivity. But USA's infrastructure is crumbling around us. Why? Repairing and modernizing costs money. Where can Congress find the money without increasing the National Debt? Charter an Infrastructure Bank --

Born After 1950? Counting on Social Security OR IRA Retirement Savings? Think Again!

The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) projects National Debt will rise to at least 110 percent of GDP by 2036. Before the United States reaches the 100 percent Debt to GDP threshold, no investor, foreign or domestic, will be willing or able to purchase our debt at any interest rate. The combination of political and social instability will swallow everything – including your savings. And yet, unlike Barack Obama, neither Hillary Clinton nor Donald Trump have focused on the rising ratio of Debt to GDP or the risk it presents. No more credit card shopping for Congress and the American people. We can't pay the bill!