Re-establishing a Functioning Government

As a global executive and CEO, experienced in managing significant budgets and making key financial decisions, I offer a skill set urgently needed to navigate the complexities of fiscal responsibility and mitigate the potential inflationary effects of excessive government spending. My career has equipped me with the expertise to develop and implement effective, strategic financial plans, an ability crucial for the careful oversight of our nation’s finances—skills I consider vital for the management of our nation’s finances.

As a proponent of common-sense budgeting, I advocate for a practical, family-like approach to federal budgeting. This means focusing on balanced money management, with a clear understanding of money-in versus money-out. This holistic approach is not just a fiscal necessity but a moral imperative to prevent a looming fiscal crisis and tackle our nation’s staggering $34 trillion debt.

My commitment to promoting sensible fiscal policies is grounded in my belief in transparency as the cornerstone of public trust and the responsible handling of taxpayer dollars.

  • Demand Common-Sense Budgeting in Washington: Advocate for a practical, family-like approach to federal budgeting that focuses on balanced money management (money-in/ money-out). Urge Congress to conduct an annual comprehensive review of the entire budget, especially the three-quarters involving entitlements and taxes, rather than limiting their focus. This holistic approach is essential for tackling the nation’s $34 trillion debt and preventing a fiscal crisis. Encourage transparent discussions on entitlement reform and fiscal responsibility.  This is the only path towards ensuring that retirees and others who depend on our social safety nets are taken care of.

  • Promote Sensible Fiscal Policies: Implement straightforward and effective fiscal policies across government agencies. Emphasize transparency to rebuild public trust. Strategically use government spending and taxation to regulate the economy, whether it’s cooling down during periods of overheating or stimulating growth in slower times.

  • Prioritize Effective Government Functioning: Hold Congress accountable to avert government shutdowns and focus on effective problem-solving rather than political posturing. Streamline the appropriations process for more effective fund allocation.

  • Enhance Debt Management Strategies: Focus on developing and implementing long-term strategies and policy-neutral frameworks to manage and reduce the national debt. Advocate for creating a bipartisan debt reduction task force to provide actionable recommendations. Emphasize the importance of sustainable borrowing practices and the consideration of future generations in fiscal decision-making. Encourage the exploration of innovative economic models and solutions to decrease the debt burden while maintaining essential public services and investments.