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10 Critical Imperatives Facing U.S. Cities

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The National League of Cities (NLC) today a report that identifies “The 10 Critical Imperatives Facing America’s Cities”.

The National League of Cities, representing cities and local leaders, leveraged guidance from city leaders across the nation to identify the 10 imperatives:

1)  Fragile Fiscal Health  —  Budget

2)  Deteriorating Transportation Infrastructure

3)  Shrinking Middle Class

4)  Inadequate Access to Higher Education

5)  Need for Affordable Housing

6)  Less-Than-Welcoming Return for Veterans

7)  Gang Violence

8)  Broken Immigration System

9)  Climate Change and Extreme Weather

10)  Lack of Public Trust in Government

Their solutions to these issues is simple:  raise taxes and spend more money.

They do not exactly say this, but they want to add and expand programs for everything.

These are the same programs that have not worked in the past and will not work in the future.

How has anything changed?

Government(the politicians) believe the answer to  any and all problems is to spend more money on it.

Trouble is, this never works, so they get to spend even more money.  And the cycle repeats over and over again.

No problems are solved.

Government gets bigger.

Politicians get richer and more powerful.

Just spending money on a problem is NEVER the answer/solution.

Intelligence guided by history will solve problems.

 

 

The facts no one wants to read.

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Written by solutions777

October 23, 2014 at 3:07 am

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