This tax free & tuition free solution to funding all education requires a basic understanding of what money is, and how it’s created. The opening section of this page — which could have been headed A Brief History of Money — is not intended to go into all the complexities covered in college economics courses, and only a brief reminder of some of the relevant basics is touched upon. It’s written in a manner that most people of voting age should be able to comprehend with a bit of study and thought.
Many people, when they think about money, are of a mind that the money is valuable. While this has some merit, the simple truth is that money represents the existence of something of value and inherits its face value from the assets it represents. Money has been like this since it was invented. While that may seem strange and provoke some debate, you will find that the use of money of exchange in the form of tokens made of paper, wood, bamboo, etc.. as types of “warehouse claim tokens” for ancient city states’ warehouses occurred long before people started mining and refining bronze, copper, silver & gold and striking coins. These tokens represented goods stored in the warehouses (like grain), and it was the goods in the warehouses that were valuable, not the tokens. The token could be exchanged in the barter markets as if they were a bag of the grain only because the token could be taken to the warehouse and traded for a bag of grain. It stands to reason that the use of metal tokens (like gold & silver coin), as the medium of exchange was turned to originally as a type of security feature to hinder counterfeiting of the warehouse claim tokens because of the difficulty of mining and refining it, not because it was scarce or inherently valuable. In fact, there is no evidence that gold & silver became valuable in the modern sense until being used by the ancient city states as the medium of exchange aka money of exchange.
Even older than the invention of money of exchange is the invention of the ledger in very crude forms (tally sticks & hash marks on paper, velum, clay tablets, etc..), and the oldest form of money is actually money of account — credits & debts on a ledger representing something of value, or something of value owed. This had been how the warehouses did things before the invention of money of exchange, which worked fine for a small community, but with a large city state you can see how quickly it would become an accounting nightmare.
Fiat currency is a term most people recognize now, but it actually takes a few different forms which many people don’t know. The word “fiat” doesn’t mean “fake,” it means “by decree,” or “let it be done” in Latin and is synonymous with the term “Act”, as in “An Act of Congress” — in ancient Rome laws were created by fiat, not just laws regarding money. In light of this fact, all official money of any State is technically established by fiat. Gold & silver Coin, for example, are technically established by fiat because their use, weights & measures were established in ancient history via many different official decrees and, in more modern times, by a Constitutional decree & Acts of Congress after the several States & United States of America were established.
While some forms of fiat currency may have nothing of value represented by its face value, in the US we actually use a form of fiat currency that is more accurately called representative currency. Representative currency includes representation of commodities but since not all things of value are commodities, representative currency has a broader representative scope and is superior to commodity money (which was historically limited to representing a single type or class of commodity, like grain, gold, livestock, etc..). Granted, depending on one’s definition of fiat currency (which has changed over the last 1000 years), people may debate this, but note that the backing is “the authorities ability to pay” in Blacks Law dictionary’s current definition:
Fiat Currency: Currency by official order whose value is based on the authorities ability to pay.
Pay what? Something of value — an asset of some kind (goods, services, commodities, etc..).
In more modern times of the USA the money supply — both money of exchange (coin & paper money), and money of account (ledger debit & credit entries in accounts) — was backed almost exclusively by gold & silver before 1933. Gold & silver were the main types of assets being represented by the currency but, after the Industrial Revolution (which eventually caused the Great Depression), it became physically impossible to continue to exclusively use gold & silver to back the bulk of the money supply due to the massive amounts of new goods & services that entered the economy. See, there is only about 1 oz of gold & 1/2 oz of silver per person on Earth, and so out of necessity because there was not enough money in existence to buy everything being created, pay everyone and sustain other economic functionality (like savings accounts) the system was changed in 1933 to end the Great Depression by authorizing the use of new types of assets that could be used to back the money supply, which made it possible to expand the money supply in order to keep pace with the expansion of all the new goods & services being created in the economy and population growth.
Contrary to what some people believe or said while speaking loosely, our modern currency is not just “created out of thin air.” There must always be something of value, for every Dollar that gets created, being represented. This has proven to be a natural law of money since its invention long before the USA was founded. Every Nation in history that has turned to creating a fiat currency that did not represent something of value has eventually had their monetary system fail. Why? Because money is nothing more than an abstract representation of something valuable and is not actually valuable with out it.
In our modern monetary system the money supply represents a broader range of assets (see: US Treasury Balance Sheet & Federal Reserve Banks’ Balance Sheet for examples of the different kinds of assets the US Dollar represents) which includes gold & silver, however, the money supply is no longer redeemable directly at the US Treasury or Federal Reserve Bank in any particular asset — it is redeemable in the markets of the Nation. In other words, when things of value are created, developed, discovered or acquired, their value can and may be accounted for on the ledger of the US Treasury or used as collateral by borrowers to secure loans at Federal Reserve Banks, and it is the value of these assets that our modern currency represents — assets still back the money supply. Granted, while the currency is not redeemable in gold, silver, or any other particular commodity or assets directly from the US Treasury or Federal Reserve Bank, Congress has specified that Federal Reserve Banks must hold collateral equal in value to the Federal Reserve notes that the Federal Reserve Bank puts in to circulation.
Keep in mind that the things that are considered valuable don’t always take such a tangible form as gold, silver, a car, a house, land, labor, food, etc.. There are all kinds of intangible assets that can & are used to back currency. In fact, the bulk of the money supply is backed by the value of debt instruments (aka Securities; Bills; Bonds; Notes; etc..). A debt instrument is a legal binding enforceable contract that has a monetary value, and as long as the contract is honored it is considered valuable and used as an asset which the currency, created in the form of a bank deposit (money of account), represents. This use of debt instruments to create & back currency is true of all central banks. The IMF makes it quite clear that, “banks create new money when they lend.” If the banks were actually “creating money out of thin air,” however, they would just create the credit entries in the accounts on the ledger without these contracts in hand. The banks don’t credit accounts until the debtor perfects the instrument — It is a crime for the banks to do this.
The main point of this brief history of money is to illustrate this: There must always be something of value being represented by the money supply or it is worthless.
In light of the above, and on the note of using valuable assets for money to represent, in the realms of universally valuable things everyone recognizes as valuable, knowledge & education is well recognized and very valuable.
The subject matter taught in every school is a well established form of public domain intellectual property and it is quite common at this time for various forms of private intellectual property to be used, indirectly, in money creation (private intellectual property is commonly used as collateral).
Diplomas, degrees, and other types of official educational documents from accredited institutions certify extensive testing for the existence of a measured amount of this valuable public domain intellectual property has been done, and they serve as evidence of the existence of this measured amount of valuable public domain intellectual property held by the graduates.
The Congressional Order 101 initiative is about monetizing a valuable form of public domain intellectual property much like is done with private intellectual property, and once monetized, using that money rather than tax revenues and tuition to fund all forms of education. This will serve to make every accredited educational institution financially self-sustaining and eliminate the need for tax collection and tuition for educational funding.
We are ordering Congress (remember they work for We, the People and will follow a lawful order of the Majority), to start treating the measured amounts of this specific kind of public domain intellectual property as a new class of financial assets, and, we are ordering Congress to create the laws needed for the US Treasury to start accounting for the valuable assets these official educational documents evidence in order to create and securely back new currency issued directly by the US Treasury (not the Federal Reserve Banks).
That’s it, and it really can be and is that simple.
After all, our Nation’s cumulative knowledge & education is Our greatest National Treasure. It is not only a form of Wealth in and of itself, it is the source of all other Wealth we create.
We don’t need to increase taxes or go further into debt. We don’t need an overly complicated plan for reformation of the entire global monetary systems. Our existing monetary infrastructure remains just as it is, and with nothing more than this minor change many financial problems are solved and life is improved for everyone. We simply need to start accounting for this vast amount of Wealth that has been going unaccounted for and is constantly being created all the time.
As a note of caution, any time anyone talks about creating money, you should be skeptical due to the multitude of flimsy ideas used to justify its creation and the potential of causing damage to the economy. For example, creating a trillion Dollar coin. Remember, the natural law of representative currency is that it must represent something of value, but it must not falsely represent the value of the asset by over stating the value of the asset, as this causes inflation. So a Trillion Dollar collectible coin made of platinum, while it is an asset, is obviously not an asset worth $1 Trillion US Dollars — even if, as a collectible coin, its value is reasonably a bit higher than just its weight in platinum.
Unlike those kinds of ideas, this economic solution has universally known and accepted valuables backing the currency being created – and not just because government or some website says it does: You said knowledge & education is valuable every time you pay taxes or tuition to fund schools. And, while this measured amount of valuable knowledge & education is in the realms of what is called an intangible asset, and it would be unable to be used as collateral for loans due to its unalienable nature (slavery is outlawed), we can be absolutely confident in this backing due to the fact that we test extensively for the existence of, and increase in, the knowledge held by the graduates before diplomas, degrees, certifications and other educational credentials are issued.
Further, where there to ever be a re-establishment of the requirement for the ability to redeem currency in the valuable thing the currency represents, it is possible, if this were the only asset being used to back the US Dollar, for the money to be taken to any graduate and given to the graduates in exchange for the graduates putting the knowledge and education they hold to work for you. Truth be told, using knowledge & education as the asset to back currency is better than gold & silver because the currency can be redeemed over and over throughout the life of the graduates.
Constitutionality of the Economic Innovation
(Note: For the info on the Constitutionality of doing a people’s initiative at the Federal level, see this article: An indirect people’s initiative at the Federal level? Yes.)
The constitutionality of the Congressional Order 101 initiative’s economic innovation, in all simplicity, is found in: 1) The creation of the Treasury, which implies the creation of the general public ledger of the Treasury & incorporates all economic principles and standards regarding accounting (i.e. GAAP), and; 2) In the “measures” portion of the Weights & Measures clause.
- Accounting for public assets on the general public ledger of the Treasury is the essence of creating money of account, which can then be transferred to other accounts via check, direct deposit or converted into Bills of Credit (there are currently $346,681,016 United States Notes authorized to be in circulation, aka Bills of Credit, and more could be created). Contrary to popular, but erroneous belief, money of account and Bills of Credit have always been a part of the monetary system since the United States of America was founded, and the limitation regarding gold & silver Coin is upon the individual States, not the United States. As you can see, the Treasury of the United States was delegated this sovereign power and has been wielding it since the United States was founded and never surrendered it to the Federal Reserve Banks.
- The asset that is going to be accounted for on the general public ledger in order to create the money to fund education is a measured amount of a specific form of public domain intellectual property, held by the graduates (which extensive testing proves exists), and is then evidenced by official documentation like diplomas, degrees, and certifications from accredited educational institutions. The power to set standards upon education was also delegated to the United States and has long been exercised as well.
But this will just cause inflation… right?
It is true that if we were to start “creating money out of thin air,” that this would cause inflation, but that is NOT what is being proposed. We are not proposing the Treasury just arbitrarily print up a bunch of money or make fraudulent accounting entries in the general public ledger.
Remember, what is being proposed is using an asset for the increase in the money supply being created to represent, and just as important, is that these assets are not currently being accounted for and used to sustain any currency, nor are they being over valued (as you will see in the next section where the valuation of these assets is explained).
Consider inflation, for a moment, in light of the time when we were using gold & silver as the assets for the money to represent. This is when the term “inflation” was coined. The cause of inflation during this time is very clearly understood: The money supply was inflated beyond the total value of the assets it represented. In other words, for each Oz. of gold, rather than there only being a single gold certificate printed or credit entry entered into the ledger representing it, there were 2 (or sometimes more). As an example, even though the total of the face value of the money supply added up to, let’s say, 10,000 oz of gold, there was in fact only 5,000 oz. of gold in the vaults and this caused the actual value of the money supply to be 1/2 what it said it was worth on its face, and this caused stores to double their prices.
Even with the expansion of the monetary system to allow using debt instruments to back the currency, this same root cause of inflation remains the actual cause: The total money supply is inflated beyond the total value of all the assets accounted for. With debt based assets though, another cause of inflation, for example, is if loans are not repaid. See, a promissory note is only valuable if the promise to repay the debt is kept, but if the borrower defaults on the loan, then the backing for that portion of the money supply that was borrowed into existence disappears. In fact, the use of debt based assets adds in many other complexities regarding the causes of inflation that are simply not relevant when using debt free assets, but all these additional causes still remain rooted in the total money supply becoming greater than the total value of the assets accounted for.
The point is, the erroneous assumption many people make who do not take the time to examine this proposal — that this will cause inflation — is simply not true. This will no more cause inflation than mining new gold & silver and turning that into money did.
What is the value of these assets?
The next obvious question…
It must be emphasized that by “asset,” the term is not being used like the movies depict CIA agents talking about people. There is NO proposal of setting a value on the graduate, but rather, the value is being set on the public domain intellectual property the graduate holds. The graduates are NOT the assets.
While everyone can grasp a valuable asset obviously exists, when we start looking at how to establish the monetary value of this measured amount of public domain intellectual property, it would not be wise for it to just be assigned some arbitrary value. And, as people try and assess the true value of education, they will find what I did: In truth, the actual value of an education is near infinite, and accurately calculating it would be impossible due to the multitude of factors involved. Further, the true value varies from student to student. And further still, knowledge continues to grow over time, long after people graduate.
What we can do, however, is use a very conservative minimal or base value so we don’t cheat ourselves out of the ability to account for enough of the value to completely fund the very system that is helping the students develop this Wealth in the first place.
Metaphorically speaking, the cost of a house built to code with $160k worth of raw materials & labor is worth at least $160k. Granted, that same house will sell for many times its base value once it reaches the market, but the valuation of the market value of a house starts with its base value.
While people may endlessly debate the true value of knowledge & education, we can all recognize that it has a minimal value. At the very least the base value of the measured amounts of knowledge & education these educational documents represent is equal to what it costs to provide the student who earned the diploma with the education.
Value = Cost
In the realms of private intellectual property valuation, this is called a cost-based valuation method.
For example, the current average cost for K-12 education is about $160,000.00, so in light of the example, the base value of a high school diploma is currently about $160,000.00. This could be broken down to about $12.5k per year, and at each grade, an official certificate could be created to make yearly accounting possible.
Another example, a college degree that costs a college $50,000.00 to help the student earning the degree develop their knowledge & education, would be registered as an asset worth $50,000.00 dollars, $50,000.00 dollars will be credited in the general public ledger of the US Treasury, and then transferred via check or direct deposit to the school that provided the education (a bit more depth on the details of how the money works can be found here). In fact, it is possible to do the accounting of this value of a college degree on a credit by credit basis to eliminate concerns and questions of what to do in the event someone fails to graduate. The individual credits still represent and evidence that testing has been done and students passed, therefore, the intellectual property is proven to exist and held by the students even if a complete degree is not.
Further, since people already pay and have paid this amount (either directly or via taxes), it is already established and mutually agreed upon by the Majority that the assets have this base value, and since we all know it is worth more than this in light of more elaborate valuation methods, it is obviously not being assigned an inflated value like the Trillion Dollar Coin.
People may be tempted to develop more complicated accounting methods in order to more accurately account for a base value nearer the true value (and I have thought of a few — like using GPA variations to establish degrees of value with the minimal passing GPA equal to the base value, and then increasing the base value from there with a 4.0+ GPA having a greater value), however, you will find that the accounting is already going to be a bit complicated even with this simple cost-based formula establishing the base value of the educational documents based only on if a student passes or fails. There are hundreds of millions of calculations that are going to be being done, let’s not overwhelm the accountants by making it even more complicated (and perhaps impossible as we account for past graduate’s GPAs — were such records even kept in 1940?). Any such proposed changes adding complexity to this valuation method, if they are deemed wise, can always be done later.
Having looked at the valuation of the individual assets, next we shall look at the total value of all these assets held by all living high school graduates. There are two obvious ways that the cost based valuation method can be applied:
- Use the current cost of education to assess the value of all of the diplomas and degrees held by all graduates.
- Use the past average costs of education from each year people graduated to assess the value of the assets held by graduates from that year.
Applying the first method to K-12 education (and bare in mind this is a rough estimate):
- The current value of the individual assets is: $160,000.00
- 187,524,688 people hold a high school degree according to the 2015 Census.
- 187,524,688 x $160,000.00 = $30,003,950,080,000.00 ($30T) in assets currently going unaccounted for on the general public ledger of the Treasury of the United States or in the GDP calculations.
You will have to forgive that I am not providing as accurate a calculation as the US Treasury will, or even a rough calculation of the total value of college degrees, the other valid forms of education via either method, or the total value of high school diplomas according the second method. This example is only being provided to illustrate the principle and to give a rough idea of just how valuable the cumulative public domain intellectual property assets really are.
So… are you saying students will get a “free” education!?
Yes & No. Few things in life are free. People will definitely have to earn their diplomas, degrees and certifications with hard work & study. It takes a lot of time & energy to go to school, develop this Wealth, and graduate. So it’s technically not “free,” but this will eliminate the need to use taxes or tuition to fund education. No one will have to spend money out-of-pocket on education any more, the students will be creating the money that funds the educational system.
Like sweat equity, this increase of mental sweat equity as the knowledge one’s mind holds is developed, it increases one’s own personal wealth, and more importantly for purposes of increasing the money supply, it increases the cumulative Wealth that exists in the Nation.
This increase in mental sweat equity is tested for, and then certified to exist by documents like diplomas, degrees and certifications.
Now that we have documented evidence of the assets, we can account for the value of the asset, and this accounting of the value of assets on the general public ledger of the US Treasury is the creation of money of account.
That new money will then be transferred via check or direct deposit to the educational service providers.
Further, while it really is the students who are developing the valuable Wealth that will be monetized (they are the ones indirectly creating the money), they are not doing it alone. And since the value of the Wealth being created is established by pegging it to the cost for the educational systems that help the students develop this valuable Wealth, all the new money must go to the educational systems.
So you see, the students are actually still paying for their education, but it is by using money they literally created via this economic innovation.
The good news for the students is this: Even though they don’t get to keep the money they are creating, they will get to keep the Wealth the money represents, and all through their life they will always be able to put that knowledge & education to use in exchange for money.
How will this impact the National Debt?
As you can see, the Congressional Order 101 initiative will make it possible to accomplish much more than just funding education.
Among the elements of the Order, there is a stipulation that the value of all educational documents of all currently living people will be accounted for and monetized, not just those of future generations of graduates. A large portion of these funds are being directed into paying off the public debt because the source of the funding originally came from public sources (and likewise, funding that came from private sources would be refunded to those sources. Again, a bit more depth on the details of how the money being created will be handled can be found here).
According to the Debt Clock the current National Debt is over $21 Trillion Dollars, and the next 20-25 generations (460 years) of unborn children are currently slated to be indentured to work it off (typically, it’s just the interest being paid when the “budget is balanced,” which is ~$350+ billion a year). This was the past and current plan to pay the Debt… until now.
Pertaining to the National Debt, for a very rough idea of what this will mean:
- The current value of the individual assets is: $160,000.00
- 187,524,688 people hold a high school degree according to the 2015 Census.
- 187,524,688 x $160,000.00 = $30,003,950,080,000.00 ($30T) in assets currently going unaccounted for on the general public ledger of the Treasury of the United States or in the GDP calculations.
Again, this is a very rough calculation, but government accountants will crunch the numbers and provide more exact calculations. Nonetheless, this solution will, in addition to funding all the educational systems, also make it possible to pay off the National Debt, and that is just from monetizing the existing high school diplomas.
Further, in the future, this solution will also have an impact on all aspects of the entire Budget, not just the Education Budget. For example, while not the total costs of these areas, the training provided for military personal, law enforcement, firefighters, prison educational systems, public internships and other publicly funded educational related services all produce various official certifications and documentation that represent measured amounts of valuable knowledge and education. While these education costs are not part of the Educational Budget, they are part of the Budget. This solution will not only have a huge impact on the current public debt, but it will help prevent it from ever getting so out of hand in the future. Granted, unless overspending is reigned in, we will once again find ourselves in Debt. Hopefully we have learned our lesson about allowing this to happen or being a part of causing it to happen.
And one last note, because I presume many people at this point will be wondering how $30+ trillion dollars of new money is not going to cause inflation regardless of the truth of its actual cause. First, there will be no money being printed. We are talking about creating money of account… not printing money. Second, when money of account is created on a ledger with debt, the credit cancels out the debt. Remember basic math and what happens when you add a positive number to a negative number:
21,000,000,000,000 + -21,000,000,000,000 = 0
This is why $30 Trillion Dollars will NOT actually be going into circulation. This is also the reason why repaying money that is borrowed into existence is destroyed when the debt is repaid. That money exists only on the ledgers. Granted, when the total value of all these already existing assets is more than the total of the public debt, there will be a National Credit. In the event of a National Credit, only that portion could move into circulation. For example:
$30,003,950,080,000.00 + -$21,000,000,000,000 = $9,003,950,080,000.00
I would also like to point out at this time that there is ~$1.5 Trillion in Student Debt:
$9,003,950,080,000.00 + -$1,500,000,000,000.00 = $8,003,950,080,000.00
So $8,003,950,080,000.00 could be put into circulation…
BUT, there is also a substantial amount of debt that has not come due because US Bonds have not matured yet, people have not retired and started collecting Social Security or Veterans Benefits and the like. Therefore it is not included in the National Debt Total at this time. This debt that will be coming due some time in the future is referred to as Unfunded Liabilities and the USDebtClock.org shows the total is currently ~$111 Trillion.
At this point, the full magnitude of the financial problems are exposed… but fear naught!
As you can see we are, literally and figuratively, putting our minds to work to solve this problem. Remember, that $30 Trillion is only from the monetization of the K-12 assets. There are still more assets that are going to be accounted for, like college degrees, public training certifications, trade school certifications, GEDs, etc.. So don’t let the ~$111 Trillion in debt coming due in the future scare you.
How do we make this happen?
We are using an indirect people’s initiative (remember that stuff earlier about an Order to Congress?). As many know, a people’s initiative is a method by which the people of a State can enact law by overriding their elected legislative body. They come in 2 flavors:
- The direct initiative – This method involves, in part, drafting up the exact wording of the legislation that will become public law.
- The indirect initiative – This method sets forth certain required elements to accomplish a desired result, but the actual legislation is left to the elected legislative body to draft.
While protest movements are very effective for bring to light problems, they are not very effect at getting those problems solved. This is the purpose of people’s initiative actions. And, while more common to dealing with & influencing local State government, they can be just as effective on the Federal level.
In some ways this is a modern precedent, not the people’s initiatives mind you (these happen all the time), but doing one at the Federal level. While the methods & customs of how people’s initiative actions are conducted at the local level were observed, as we apply the methods & customs to the Federal Government, since there is no formal method established by an Act of Congress yet, a few elements are left to common sense. Three of the biggest differences that common sense dictates are:
- While people signing the Order are, in essence, casting a vote for having Congress draft the proposed legislation, it will be Congress that will be voting on the final legislation (and redrafting it and voting until some Act passes). With state level indirect initiatives, after the legislature drafts the legislation, the population votes on it.
- In some ways this is like a “petition for a redress of grievances” except that we aren’t asking, we are ordering our public servants to make the proposed changes… and it takes a Majority of the People to make this an order. That said, Congress has already been delegated all the powers they need to make this happen and even if a Majority doesn’t sign it, Congress can treat this like a petition and make it happen.
- There is no time limit for the expiration of this initiative to succeed or fail set. With local initiatives, if they don’t get enough signatures by a set date, the initiative fails and a new initiative must be conducted. Since doing a people’s initiative at the Federal level is a modern precedent and it will take time for this initiative to circulate via Constructive Notice and for the people to grasp their rights & powers to do this, therefore the initiative shall remain open ended.
To help make this people’s initiative happen, download: Congressional Order 101, study it, print it, then sign & seal it (with your finger print or a notary), and date it.
Next: Grab an envelope and a stamp and mail your signed Order to Congress via one of your elected Senators or Representatives. This is, in essence, casting your vote for this.
You can find your Congress peoples’ addresses via the following link:
It’s that simple.
One last quick note to help with sorting all the mail: On the back of the envelope clearly print: Congressional Order 101
Sending mail may seem a bit old fashioned to some, and some people will think I should have set up some kind of digital means for everyone to send the Order, but this initiative requires a wet ink signature and proof of identity.
Once you have mailed your Order, then tell your family, friends, co-workers, teachers, etc.. about Congressional Order 101, or better yet, just send them a link to this page.
While I have no doubt this will eventually have the backing of the Majority, there are a few things that I believe may prolong it happening:
Please don’t worry about if a Majority of people are going to sign this. It will happen, it’s just a matter of how long it will take. In fact, there is a provision in the Order that Congress can act on the Order even before a majority of people sign & mail it in, but it is unlikely Congress will do this unless there is some interest shown by the people. In essence, this stipulation allows Congress to treat this like a Petition (which doesn’t require a Majority), rather than an Order.
Please don’t get hung up on the wording in the Order. This is an indirect initiative. The Order is not going to be the actual wording of the law that Congress is being ordered to create. So if you don’t like the way I worded it, or think I should have added or left stuff out, don’t worry, Congress will be taking care of those details when they draft and debate the actual legislation.
Please don’t change the wording of the Order. If we try sending a bunch of different “orders” to Congress, none of these separate orders will gain the Majority backing we may need to make this happen. In addition to the Order though, if people would like to offer additional ideas, simply title a separate page: Addendum (or something like this) – and write your ideas out on these pages and include it with your Order. Do your best to keep it brief, Congress people (and staff) already have too much reading to do.
I hope I have clearly explained the tax free & tuition free solution to all educational funding.
Like any true innovation, it requires a bit of time to process the information and consider it, but, once people grasp the simplicity that their diplomas & degrees represent a measured amount of valuable knowledge they hold, which is, in fact, an intangible asset with a universal value and can be used like gold & silver assets had been (and still are) used to create and sustain money, all that is left to do is have Congress enact the law and the US Treasury to start accounting for them on the general public ledger by signing a 3 page document and mailing it to Congress.
I would ask people to help make this site and the initiative to go “viral,” but I think of this as a brilliant “cure” to educational funding & economic “diseases,” so… rather than going “viral,” help this brilliant idea Supernova by sharing it.
Christopher Theodore of the family of RHODES
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