S2 E20 | Toast to a Decentralized and Resilient Tomorrow

 

S2 E20 Toast to a Decentralized and Resilient Tomorrow

Thank you for joining us to celebrate the virtues of self-rule and debate the state of our republic. Welcome to the Citizens Prerogative Podcast.

Discussion topics in this episode:

  • An end is near for the old brittle centralized systems of yesterday’s global post World War II economy. What is old must be made anew, local, small, and sustainable. Let’s bring home the bacon! (Well, actually bacon might be canceled.)

  • Food is fundamental for human sake, health, and long life. Will someone’s god please save our potatoes? My goodness, what has happened to all the diversity in our crops? Healthcare will cost less once everyone has access to nutrient-rich foods. So then, healthcare for all becomes more affordable and less necessary, not kept on life-support for profit’s sake.
     
  • Solutions are both strategic and also tactical and available today. Let us choose to make business ownership a reality for all of those who want it and let independent workers provide their services locally to those companies. Many CEOs are many times better than a few for distributing risk and providing competition in a really fair marketplace.
     
  • A floor of supplemental income to eliminate poverty and help small businesses succeed and a baseline of economic activity sustained by purchases for people’s basic needs. If we make it local, it becomes sustainable, and we become a community again.
  • We even provide a high-level explanation of lobbying and why it’s so lucrative for the players of the game.

Voices

  • Michael V. Piscitelli
  • Raymond Wong Jr.

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Special thanks to

  • Our ongoing supporters, thank you!
  • Our sponsor CitizenDoGood.com .
  • Intro music sampled from “Okay Class” by Ozzy Jock under creative commons license through freemusicarchive.org.
  • Other music provided royalty-free through Fesliyan Studios Inc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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