United States Human Expedition [NOOK Book]

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The United States Human Expedition if adopted by the government, would become a non-combative branch of service that would evolve into a functional check and balance upon money. It would be implemented domestically until established and proven effective against poverty, criminal and substance abuse statistics. This publication covers the need to separate corporation from state. Corporations were never meant to have rights or government influence.

With the government engaged in ...

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United States Human Expedition

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Overview

The United States Human Expedition if adopted by the government, would become a non-combative branch of service that would evolve into a functional check and balance upon money. It would be implemented domestically until established and proven effective against poverty, criminal and substance abuse statistics. This publication covers the need to separate corporation from state. Corporations were never meant to have rights or government influence.

With the government engaged in markets possessing goods of essential necessity, it actually has the chance to regulate the system with resources instead of pretending like it does with money. The U.S. Human Expedition will cost far less for what we spend on Social Security and end up replacing it over time because people will have their needs met. Money will become luxury based once we eliminate poverty mechanics. Our government wastes billions on subsidies to landowners to do nothing with their land. There is no need to pay corporations subsidies while they pay employees so low they also need food stamps to survive as they break profit records. There is no reason for corporations to have special rights while some of our people still fight for equal rights.

The concept explained in this eBook is supported by a change.org petition to the President and Congress of the United States calling for the formation of the United States Human Expedition to assist in reducing monetary leverage over human need.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044960831
  • Publisher: Timothy Rodgers
  • Publication date: 9/11/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,159,258
  • File size: 115 KB

Meet the Author

I am a simple guy dealing with some complicated issues. I believe there should be no compromise when it comes to the Bill of Rights.
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