Reduce government Welfare Spending. Today, welfare spending is the largest item in the federal budget, standing at $888 out of the $3.6 trillion of the federal budget, that is nearly 25% of federal funds. I believe that instead of giving money to individuals who are not currently working, we should provide them with work in their communities in return for pay and benefits. Government Welfare spending is at an all time... more »
All databases within HHS should be harmonized so one is not continuously updating username and password for five or six (or more) different accounts. This would decrease expenditure in time, effort, and finance during a critically constrained environment.
JTF-CAPMED, a 3-star command, was built to support the BRAC of National Capital Region hospitals. The BRAC will be complete within another 90-120 days, yet the command is slated to remain. It argues that there needs to be a single medical command in the NCR for emergencies. There is - it's called the National Disaster Medical System and it's been managed by the Dept. of Health and Human Services for over 20 years. Eliminate... more »
Too many illegals receiving free medical care in emergency rooms across the country. End all of it except immediate life-saving care.
If ordered in large volumes to replace existing cards and new cards, the paper to plastic migration would only be separated by pennies due the the millions being ordered. The next generation card would last longer, and your parents and/or grand parents would not have to laminate them! Newer security features could be incorporated to prevent replication (which can be achieved quite easily with the current paper card),... more »