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Revist the prison island solution as it worked with Australia. We could use Mars.

Australia is a unique among the nations of the world because it originated as a prison island. In the 17th and 18th century the British took their common criminals and other prisoners halfway across the world to Australia. There they would leave them with some supplies, and the prisoners, all alone, began to cultivate the island. Also many of the prisoners became shepherds. They began to raise many, many sheep. Sheep ...more »

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High School students to serve their country after graduation

What: After high school, graduates should serve their country for two years (AmeriCorps Vista, Army, Navy, etc…) Families will be able to choose the agency). After completion, they would either enter into a higher education institution, go into the workforce, or remain in the program. Majority of teens who enter into higher education after high school are not ready, disciplined and/or focus. The nation is spending billions ...more »

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Department of Agriculture

Using Technology and Communication to End World Hunger

A Year to End Hunger: Ending the Politics behind World Hunger By: Simi Atolagbe, MPA University of Memphis Spring 2010 A manmade disease called hunger continues to kill millions of children and adults, mothers and fathers, grandmothers and grandfathers in both developed and underdeveloped nations such as the United States, Africa, India and China. We have been told that there are no solutions. Currently, we live in ...more »

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Prison Blood = Good Blood

Give inmates time off their sentence if they donate blood. According to the most recent data from the National Blood Data Resource Center, U.S. hospitals transfused nearly 14 million units of whole blood and red blood cells to 4.9 million patients in 2001 - that's an average of 38,000 units of blood needed on any given day. Whole blood can be separated into its components red blood cells, plasma, platelets, and cryoprecipitate. ...more »

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