After spending $22 trillion on “The War on Poverty,” the United States has clearly lost. Why? Because there has never been a measurable causal relationship between the well-intended programs funded and results desired. The mantra from bureaucrats has always been “trust us”; that means “fund our worthy works and don’t be concerned about the results because causation can’t be proven.” That’s why for 50+ years, there has been a clear correlation between those programs and adverse outcomes, with little done about it. But today, we have the tools needed to create a “better way.” What is that better way? What are the implications? What will this mean for society and the economy? We’ll show you.
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