The Wall Street economic meltdown of 2008 demonstrated many failed individual practices, failed corporate practices and failed political practices, in need of dynamic change. The Wall Street, Economic Meltdown and present stagnant economy evidence much needed change. The practice of political favor spending, such as Earmarks and pork barrel projects for special interest and political advantage, must end. Politics based upon National Debt must end. Failed individual, business practices and politics must change in favor of controlled necessity spending. Crisis in Common Sense - A Nation in Excess identifies individual, collective, business and political mind set thinking and behavior needing compelling revision. Favorable mind set thinking must be cherished and preserved. From Collective Consciousness Power... to Corporate Decision Making Gone Wrong. From Entitlement... to Federal Mega Bankruptcy. From Health Care Efficiency... to Manufacturing on the Move. From Natural Resource Competition... to Other People's Money... to Our Culture of American Debt. Much more This book is much about mind stretch. Stretching of the mind to accept new thinking. Most people respond, I can't change how I think History demonstrates there has always been perilous times requiring mind stretch and a culture of people stretch. America cannot delay Mind Stretching one more generation. This present half century calls into question the lifestyle heritage of the recent generation. Our adult children will challenge inherited mind set consciousness. Our children and grandchildren must act upon in-their-face required change. In numerous ways, the Crisis in Common Sense - A Nation in Excess... is the heritage/ legacy of the twentieth century. From time to time a nation must stretch itself to think in new ways; return to everyday common sense. If we cannot change how we think as a nation, America is destined to descend into permanent, unmanageable debt, complacency and inefficiency. Before voting next time, this book should be required reading for every American... To wit: The 21st Century is now called The Century of Asia Not on our watch? Among many others, America was founded around the symbolic principles of Benjamin Franklin. Has 21st century America become the fraudulent greed-symbolic demoralizing corruption of 21st century Washington D.C.?
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