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The New Congress Party: a New Third Party Focused on Specific Radical Legislative Changes To Promote Democracy and Peace

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9. Abolish the Federal Reserve and allow the Treasury Department to oversee a publicly owned banking system like the Bank of North Dakota.  Currently, the Federal Reserve has pumped $16 trillion into the central banking system, as many people wonder, "Where is my bailout?"   The Web of Debt: The Shocking Truth About Our Money System and How We Can Break Free, by Ellen Brown.  Ellen Brown--Public Banking 2013--Funding the New Economy, 6-2-2013.  Global Research: Who Owns the Federal Reserve? The Fed is privately owned.  Its shareholders are private banks.  1-29-2013. 

10. Strive to establish a democratic world government that provides equal pay for equal work, with no one earning more than three times the wages of the lowest paid worker.  This will eliminate the extremes of poverty and wealth and provide adequate food, housing, and jobs for all citizens of the world.  A system of workplace democracy will be instituted.  The world map can be divided into 500 rectangular-shaped, legislative districts of equal population. The World Legislative Council could then make executive and judicial branch appointments.   Coalition for Democratic World Government.   World Democracy Project: Working toward a democratic government under world law.   Global Economic Statistics: Gini Index (most recent) by country.   Wikipedia: List of Countries by GDP Per Capita.   BBC News Magazine: "Where are you on the global pay scale: If there were no rich or poor, and everyone had an equal share of the world's total pay packet, how much would they earn?"  by Ruth Alexander. : "Almost half of the world--over three billion people--live on less than $2.50 per day," 1-7-2013.

11. Implement a Progressive income tax up to 94 percent for any income amounts over $100,000, with a simplified tax code.  Wikipedia: Income tax in the United States.  Wikipedia: Progressive Tax. 

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Roger Copple is 64 years old. He retired from teaching general elementary, mostly third grade, for half of his teaching career and high school special education for the other half in the public schools of Indianapolis in May 2010. He now lives in (more...)
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