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7 03, 2016

31% of U.S. Govt Assets Are Student Loans!

By | 2017-03-27T22:03:44-04:00 March 7th, 2016|Categories: Political Zeitgeist, Sovereign Solutions Philosophy|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

(...) As part of the ObamaCare legislation, however, Congress voted to eliminate the private student loan market and have the government completely take over student loans. “The Democratic majority decided, well look, while we’re at it, let’s have another Washington takeover,” Tennessee Senator Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN)said at the time. “Let’s take over the federal student loan program.” The sweeping move received little attention at the time, as the political debate was consumed by the healthcare overhaul. The student loan takeover was simply tucked into the 2,000+ page legislation that enacted ObamaCare. Student debt and college affordability has become one of the central debates in the Democrat Presidential primary. Hillary Clinton has made addressing the increase in student debt one of her main policy proposals. Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) has won the hearts–if not the wallets–of young voters by promising free college tuition.

24 11, 2015

Medical Care Discovery: Patient Communication

By | 2017-03-28T14:46:22-04:00 November 24th, 2015|Categories: Healthcare News, Sovereign Solutions Philosophy|Tags: , |0 Comments

In 2000, AG Lafley became CEO of the Procter and Gamble Companies. In assuming the role of CEO, he quickly grew frustrated that he and his fellow executives were spending too much time in corporate headquarters divorced from the people who really mattered: the consumer. So he instituted the practice of meeting with consumers to better understand their experience with Procter and Gamble’s products. Whether it was Crest Toothpaste, Pantene Shampoo, or Charmin Toilet Paper, Lafley wanted to know: do you love our products or hate them? Why or why not? And from those conversations, he learned. He learned what was working—and what wasn’t—and brought those insights to serve his customers better and grow Procter and Gamble’s business. Lafley’s message to the company: We assume too much, we ask too little.

5 11, 2015

Demystifying Healthcare 101

By | 2017-03-28T15:11:29-04:00 November 5th, 2015|Categories: Sovereign Solutions Philosophy|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Anyway, the obstacles to your healthcare delivery, BUT ESPECIALLY purchase, are LEGION (I’ll leave out the delivery part). I sure hope you like video games. Because I now refuse to offer another useful metaphor. I mean, imagine you have to run a mile but you have to carry a 150 LB pack on your back the whole way while navigating minefields and avoiding sentient, poisonous mushrooms and other such things so as to resemble a Super Mario game. And no, you get no star of invincibility so as to fearlessly and energetically advance to victory. If you’re offended then go send a message to another useless congress person that is more than likely “on the take” to plunder from you, but hey, at least they tell you comforting things that you and I want to hear. What those people do, by just plundering is bad enough, but making it even worse still is that they are a sort of reverse Robin Hood. How does that make you feel? I don’t like it, I’ll tell you that much. Anyway, what I portrayed in my little video game reference IS outrageous, but it DOES convey the message quite well I hope—and I also suggest it actually is not too far off the mark with just the 150 LB pack and minefield part at any rate.

4 09, 2015


By | 2017-03-28T16:56:00-04:00 September 4th, 2015|Categories: Sovereign Solutions Philosophy|Tags: , |0 Comments

Ah, yes. The all-important NAME does trigger interesting discussions. Why did you name your child after a city? I mean, really…you’re probably going for originality but that just isn’t original at this point—it’s downright silly. Or why did you name your car Stella? Stella? I’ve never even understood calling a vehicle a “she.” Anyhow, all of that is not as odd as the person that carries their miniature dog in a purse. Odd isn’t the word for that little piece of bizarre. So, there is ALWAYS a story behind anything at all that merits attention. In fact, there usually is a VERY INTERESTING STORY behind anything at all that attracts a good deal of attention. Most people want such a story, and I bet you do as well.

29 05, 2015

WELCOME to the Sovereign Solutions BLOG

By | 2017-03-28T11:09:25-04:00 May 29th, 2015|Categories: Sovereign Solutions Philosophy|Tags: |0 Comments

So You Have Stumbled upon Another BLOG? [yawn...right?] Well, this BLOG is different. How? Saving money is, underneath the boring façade, quite an adventure to be had. There is action in money or finance? YES. There is also mystery and intrigue. Maybe sex, too. And no, this is not a joke. Well, maybe the sex anyway.