Is America broken? How can we fix it? Ban Kardashian ads

Public service should be like jury duty. Photo:

MILLINOCKET, Maine, June 22, 2013 ― To oversimplify the argument, there are two camps in America today. One thinks that everything is all right and we can overcome any obstacles. The other thinks we’re already in the proverbial hand-basket to hell.

What would you change, amend, abolish or tweak to make life better in the good ole USA?

SEE RELATED: NoDakanada: Senator Mary Landrieu gives North Dakota to Canada

Below is a list of suggestions for reforming the country. Give us your recommendations in the comments.

A short list of national reforms:

 Public service of any kind, from local officials to the President, should be like jury duty … temporary and with minimal compensation.

 Professional lobbying would not exist. Only individuals or employees of businesses would be allowed to lobby on their own behalf.

SEE RELATED: Amnesty giveaway – Government phone snooping? Naturally!

 National referendums would be held for any issues involving taxation of all citizens.

 Any legislative bill would not have attachments, amendments or riders that are not directly related to the main bill.

 People who are not criminals and who have been waiting more than twelve months to become naturalized citizens would be automatically given citizenship. These new citizens would be allowed to consult on the procedures and timetables for other non-citizens to become naturalized.

 No Corporation would be allowed to form unless employees immediately become stockholders with full input governing the corporation’s board members. 

 The nonsensical notion that “corporations are people” would not exist.

How would you do things differently? Let us know ― we’d like to hear it.

Pithanthropy the Human Conditioner by Jim Bozeman

Pithanthropy the Human Conditioner by Jim Bozeman



Pithanthropy the Human Conditioner by Jim Bozeman

Pithanthropy the Human Conditioner by Jim Bozeman

You can order Pithanthropy, The Human Conditioner, in print and on Kindle from


READ MORE: Pithanthropy the Human Conditioner by Jim Bozeman here

This article is the copyrighted property of the writer and Communities @ Written permission must be obtained before reprint in online or print media. REPRINTING TWTC CONTENT WITHOUT PERMISSION AND/OR PAYMENT IS THEFT AND PUNISHABLE BY LAW.

More from Pithanthropy – The Human Conditioner
blog comments powered by Disqus
Jim Bozeman

Jim Bozeman spent most of his working years in the printing business. Much of his work involved copy writing and proof reading. Born and raised in the Deep South, Jim is now retired and living in central Maine. 



Contact Jim Bozeman


Please enable pop-ups to use this feature, don't worry you can always turn them off later.

Question of the Day
Photo Galleries
Popular Threads
Powered by Disqus