National Plan

    We are happy to announce that our national plan is now available as a downloadable PDF:

Wild Willpower PAC’s
National Plan
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Now That
You’ve Read the Plan:

     Below are links to some sections from within the plan, each containing information not available in the above PDF.  The following links show how the plan is made feasible.

Right to Homestead Act:

  • Homesteading Starter Kits – we’re currently seeking to raise $500 so we can order heirloom and native seeds and assemble these kits before spring.  These kits are prototypes for what will be allocated to prospective homesteaders to make creating a diverse, healthy garden a simple process.  Donate here.

Civilian Restoration Corps:

Justice Accessibility Act:

  • www.ReUniteTheStates.org – we’ve been working on this legal self-help website for years.  Although its got a little ways to go, but majority of the work is behind us now — an amazing new resource to help the public.  If you like it, please consider donating so we can keep it coming together.
  • Educational Programs for Inmates – although this section is not directly part of the plan, we do support the notion of creating a better justice system.

Possible Additions:

    Although these are not directly part of our plan, we are interested in the ideas.

Single Payer Healthcare – guaranteed coverage to every Citizen while saving the average family ~$1200/year.  Paid family & medical leave paid for by a $1.61/week payroll tax.

Expand Social Security Benefits – paid for by lifting the cap on taxable income above $250,000.

Thank you so much

for reading through our national plan!  Please contact us if you’d like to offer any feedback before we launch the Petition Drive on June 4th!

Notice: Rather than being voted on using the democratic process, the plan may end up being filed as a  “redress of grievances.”   This depends on future circumstnaces.

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References:

[1]: National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty, 2007:   http://www.nationalhomeless.org/factsheets/How_Many.html
[2]: The Mind Unleashed, “18,600,000 vacant homes in the United States. Enough for every homeless person to have six!”: http://themindunleashed.com/2014/02/18600000-vacant-homes-united-states-enough-every-homeless-person-six.html
[3]: “More than 7 million housing units than needed to house the population”: www.wildwillpower.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/1-Wild-Willpowers-National-Housing-Solutions-Petition-1.pdf
[4]:  “Ten percent of populations owns 82% of real estate, & 5% owns 75% of that land”: End Game Research: Federal Reserve Bank data in Left Business Observer, April 3, 1996, p. 5 and Geisler, Rural Sociology 1993, 58(4): 532-546, collected by “The Land Lords: Some Facts”: http://www.endgame.org/landlords-facts.html

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