Energy is an issue that can be handled by the states. The US Constitution does not authorize the federal government to be involved in it.
Total black out one day a year. No electricity/power for 24 hours. Wow!! What an impact this would make on the environment the world and our ability to come together for a just cause. To save our future, conserve energy, and get back to life in the simplist of times for just 24 hours.
Cancel transit subsidy assistance provided to GS-12 and above employees. At 75K a year minimum we are fully capable to pay for transportation to and from work.
Hire robots to replace all government employees, that way no one would complain, they would work for free. But then we would need robots to fix the government employee robots because nothing works in the government.
I suggest you replace all large screen TV and computer monitors with wireless personal eyeglasses. The lower power, smaller, higher resolution displays would save time, energy and natural resources....
Stop issuing government credit cards. Allow personnel to use their own credit cards and submit for reimbursement. This provides for more oversight and reduces the risk of fraud, waste and abuse. Personnel could then collect points, rewards, sky miles, etc. Receipt submission can be performed electronically at a central location.
(Ball-shaped Floating Homes)
Think of earth....it moves but the living things remain stable. A perfect home for vegetarians & those who can also eat fish as the only type of meat.
The outside of such home will be similar to the soccer ball and serves as not only a protecting fence, but also rotates in the water when in movement. The seams will be made of recycled tire rubber. Such seams will... more »
I suggest you make it government wide to eliminate all of the personal coffee pots, toasters, microwaves, and refrigerators in personal offices. There should be a common area for these things (were applicable) and the impact would be cost savings for the government. The situation is out of control and there should be some sort of permit system if there is a need for an individual to have these items in their office.
Let the private sector produce and supply power to the federal smart grid. Letting the private sector compete for selling power will drive down the costly power bills. The monopoly on a utility company that owns the grid, the power plant, and the coal mine is fostering corruption, waste, and costly power bills. Build a smart grid that is operated by the government and let the private sector do the rest.