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Governments failure was inevitable. The structural design is good. Citizens were to provide governmental requirements to elected representatives (Congress) who would write the procedures (Laws) upon which the nation would function. A chief executive (President) would then manage the nation … Continue reading

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The old guy is back, turned 96 recently. The recent (2016) election has confirmed the fragility of our government as espoused in the UsGov.Fix series of books. Rather than deal with broad general issues I am going to concentrate on … Continue reading

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Fifty years ago a brash young President established an objective to put a man on the moon in ten years. By providing adequate technical resources the mission was accomplished. Fifty years later a brash young President established an objective for … Continue reading

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UPDATED IN FEBRUARY 2017 The old guy is back in operation after some health setbacks, just turned 96. The original analysis for USGOV.FIX was done following the 2008 meltdown. A retired Computer plus Information Technology pioneer I have followed government … Continue reading

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UPDATED AUGUST 2015 UPDATED fEBRUARY 2017 I had hoped against hope that the government would turn around but the nine years I have worked on the project has seen nothing but continued erosion. My new book, Our Nation in Decline … Continue reading

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