China's dictatorship is the world's biggest enemy of Democracy and Human Rights.  They have blown up churches, illegally removed organs from thousands of inmates, jailed Church pastors, razed churchgoers' homes, executed Falun Gong members, brutalized Christians, and jailed millions of Uighurs -- to prop up the Nazi-like regime.  The DIctatorship imprisons people for "prohibited assembly," and illegally confiscates personal vehicles and homes. Red China (not recognized diplomatically by Haiti) has been accused of involvement in the Haiti assassination.  Red China has been accused of helping install Myanmar's dictatorship, and overthrowing its elected government.

Wall Street has duped the world into industrializing Red China's godless regime.  All of China -- Hong Kong, Taiwan, Tibet and even the Mainland -- strongly disapproves of Dictator Xi.  Free Nations morally defeated Hitler, Tojo and Mussolini in WWII.  Dictator Xi is a murderous and unpredictable tyrant who should be replaced.  He feels China was "humiliated" in past eras. Despite Free Nations helping China into the modern world, Xi has seldom offered praise and gratitude to the CEO's of Democratic Nations who made it possible. The Dictator rules a brutally racist, 90%-Han Chinese regime which openly ridicules and jails Africans and Muslims.  More than 375 million Chinese are demanding removal of the Dictatorship in 2021, and the rebirth of a non-racist Democracy in Mainland China.

Making quick profits from Red China's slave labor, American CEO's have seduced the world into transferring many industries to the Totalitarian Regime. Rev. John Hagee has called DIctator Xi "the Anti-Christ."  The godless regime has murdered thousands of Falun Gong followers.  It has illegally bulldozed millions of private homes.

How many more thousands of Chinese dissidents must be jailed and executed?  How many more Democracies must be invaded?  After decades of inaction, when will Free Nations strongly censure the criminal tyrant?  The Global Tuidang Center has 378 million Chinese members, who are boldly fighting to end the cruel dictatorship

The regime's unpopular invasions in the South China Sea have been declared completely illegal by the UN.  The Dictator has invaded India, the Exclusive Economic Zones of Democracies, and is now threatening Free Taiwan.

Red China has financed violent protests in the USA, in an attempt to disrupt American solidarity.  WIth a 90%-Han Chinese population, China is far more racist and repressive than any Western Nation.  Its despised dictatorship practices terrible human rights abuses -- while The Free World's out-of-touch leaders do nothing.  It has violated:

1.  The Montreal Protocol -- by illegally emitting ozone-depleting chemicals.
2.  International water rights -- by criminally diverting the Mekong River, to deprive downstream nations.
3.  National sovereignty -- by illegally annexing parts of IndiaNepal and the South China Sea.
4.  International Human Rights, by harvesting the organs of jailed or executed political prisoners.

Asia's democratic and sovereign nations are demanding that the UN take immediate action against the despised regime, after Red China's illegal invasions of their 200-nautical-mile Exclusive Economic Zones.  Free Asia has criticized Western democracies for failing to act -- and for their cowardly submission to Wall Street profiteers. The Congress has cowardly failed to shut down U.S. factories in China, and to vigorously fight for Chinese democracy.

Dozens of governments, news media, and nonprofit groups have sounded the ALARM about Red China:

​1.   The U.S. Congress, Sen. Tom Cotton, Rep. Mike Gallagher, and former Federal Official Steve Bannon
2.   Amnesty International, PFC, Human Rights Watch, Freedom Watch, and Freedom House
3.   The Telegraph, The Guardian, The Daily Mail, and The Daily Express
4.   Epoch Times Journalist -- and U.S. Senator's Daughter -- Maura Moynihan
5.   Chinese dissidents Vicky Xu, Wang Rui and Guo Wengui (who have compared Red China to Nazi Germany)
6.   The Epoch Times, The India Times, The NHK of Japan, and Hong Kong's Apple Daily
7.   Live Science (China's illegal use of globally-banned, ozone-depleting chemicals)
8.   Cutting-edge U.S. news programs: China Uncensored, China In Focus, and The Epoch Times' Cross Roads.

Wall Street traitors have lobbied Congress to raise investment  in China for manufacturing.  American Patriots, however, seek to abandon Red China and to strengthen U.S. industry.  Supporting our allies in Free Asia, patriotic Members of Congress strongly oppose Red China's illegal military bases in the S. China Sea -- with The FORCE Act


​​Millions of Americans are outraged that our firms are conducting any business in the dissident-killing, Christian-jailingslave-labor and Church-destroying regime of Red China.

In the 1930's, Churchill sounded the alarm about a brutal dictatorship on the rise: Nazi Germany.  Today's Totalitarian China is a despoticgodless and pro-brutality Police State.

Millions of people refuse to call the dictatorship "China," preferring the popularly accepted name of "Communist Red China" (to accurately describe the brutal regime).

Workers are demanding:

1.  The decoupling of Wall Street from the slave labor of Communist Red China,

2.  The return of U.S. factories and their jobs (which were sent to China since 1990),

3.  Ending the media's cowardly appeasement of Red China's cruel dictators.

Red China brutally persecutes:

1.  Christians and Falun Gong (through censorship, imprisonment, and executions), 
2.  Churches:  the widespread destruction of Churches throughout Red China,
3.  Freedom of speech (through censorship, imprisonment, and executions),
4.  America's investigation of their spies and their theft of U.S. technology,
5.  The truth: nearly 100% of their new technology came from Western Democracies.

Red China is decades behind America, Europe and Free Asia on civil rights, voting rights, freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and many other fundamental rights. 

The Mao-esque dictatorship has persistently threatened the freedom of Taiwan and the South China Sea, despite absolutely no military threats to Mainland China.  

Western firms in China have stabbed American workers in the back by moving whole factories, and indeed entire industries, to the Communist Mainland.  Greedy barons in America have deliberately gutted U.S. manufacturing, with the loss of millions of jobs.

Workers want American factories dismantled in Red China, and rebuilt in Democratic Nations which do not threaten Taiwan, the South China Sea, Tibet and the USA.

Workers are demanding that America emulate Japan, and relocate many critical

factories out of Mainland China -- with its antagonistic and Communist government.

​Workers are angry at the media's daily hype about the Dow Jones Industrial Average. 

More than 84% of all Stock Market holdings are owned by the wealthiest 10% of (tax-dodging, anti-worker, tax-haven-happy and psychotically "pro-Red-China") investors.

Workers want more focus on America: widespread poverty, lack of opportunity, and the struggles of hard-working families who have lost their factory jobs to Red China.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Voters, having lost millions of good jobs in the past 20 years, are angry at Congress.   Although America leads the world in new technology -- and is a nation of innovative, disciplined and energetic workers -- its People have been betrayed by unpatriotic and above-the-law CEO elites.

The arguably  immoral CEO's of America have declared Totalitarian Red China (the world's most brutal regime) to be a "nation of the future" -- in order to exploit its poorly-paid laborers.

Most of the factories built in China -- where mass executions, workplace deaths and prison labor are commonplace -- could have been built, instead, in friendly Asian democracies.  The film "Complicit" has exposed the workplace deaths, slave wages and injuries of Chinese workers.

​China's repressive military buildup in the S. China Sea -- made possible by windfall profits from their slave laborers -- now threatens Asian Democracies including Japan, S. Korea and Taiwan.

Critics argue that:  with The Beltway's awareness of Red China's horrific worker abuses -- CEO's in America are eager to transform the USA into a similarly repressive and low-wage society. 

Critics argue that:  American CEO's are encouraged by Dictator XI's playbook in China.  Taking their cues from Dictator Xi, The Beltway's elites have created their own "playbook" to continue to saddle America with the world's largest prison population, the world's most expensive and unjust health "care" system, and (by far) the First World's least worker-friendly society and media. 

Voters are angry:  they have lost millions of good jobs.  They are outraged that the unpopular and grossly-overpaid Congress does not regulate Big Business for struggling, working families.

​Meanwhile, each American Member of Congress "earns" nearly $180,000 per year.  Each American Legislative Aide (up to 50 per Member) "earns" more than $100,000 per year.

Voters don't see any hard-hitting CSPAN presentations by Democrats on critical issues:

(1)  Fortune 500 Firms which send thousands of good jobs to Communist China,

(2)  Fortune 500 Firms which pay no taxes (through elaborate bribes to Congress),

(3)  Worker poverty caused by rising costs of housing, health care and college tuition,

(4)  Congressional stonewalling against Universal Health Care, and

(5)  Massive tax cuts for the wealthiest of American corporations.

Voters are angry that "Democrat" Hillary Clinton blocked the greater momentum of Sen. Bernie Sanders, and weakened his critical fight against America's economic injustices.

Voters are angry that Post-LBJ, Corporate Democrats are essentially "Lite" Republicans.

Voters are angry that true Democrats -- e.g., FDR and LBJ -- are increasingly rare.  

FDR, according to international historians, was one of America's greatest Presidents.

FDR's popular reforms and tough leadership earned him an unprecedented four terms.

FDR's legislative reforms surpassed those of all subsequent Presidents, except LBJ

FDR brought balance to the American Economy, and raised the prosperity of workers.

FDR's New Deal legislation, and hundreds of public works, saved America's economy.

Your home town's favorite public park or public school, most likely, was built by FDR

FDR and LBJ achieved a historic number of unprecedented reforms for America.

American firms have built hundreds of factories in China, but they have brutally   ignored the economies of Haiti and other Good Neighbor Nations.  The People of Haiti -- hard working, productive and intelligent -- are hoping for a brighter future.

​​Forgotten and nearly-bankrupt U.S. workers are grateful for the American Rescue Plan.  Job losses are huge, with the offshoring of Industry.  For decades, Wall Street CEO's have sold their Robber Baron and unpatriotic souls to China's dictators -- industrializing the murderous and threatening regime.  Bankrupted U.S. families -- who suffer poverty, foreclosures, homelessness and sky-high housing costs -- have ridiculed the out-of-touch Congress as an anti-worker nemesisCorrupt politicians have allowed CEO's to ship many U.S. industries to Communist China -- enriching wealthy investors, as they betray millions of workers in Free Nations.


Voters are demanding stronger American industries (auto, steel) instead of Wall Street's  promotion of Chinese industry. They are demanding that Congress makes bitcoin and derivative trading illegal.  They are outraged at immoral GOP attacks on Social Security.  Funded by low-income workers over a lifetime of earnings, the Social Security Trust Fund has a $2.8 trillion surplus.
Teddy Roosevelt said: "Government's Role Is To Help The People," and not to be a weak lap dog for lawless firms. Voters demand that Biden and Congress FINALLY do their regulatory jobs, and restore a  Great American Economy.  Workers demand real action from lawmakers -- instead of hot-air, do-nothing rhetoric -- to help America's struggling, but world-class and high-tech, workers.

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Not since The Great Depression's heyday have poor U.S. workers suffered such:

1.  Massive job losses (including high-tech jobs) to Mainland China and Mexico
2.  Massive homelessness, with "tent cities" springing up all over America
3.  Massive hikes in family home foreclosures and personal bankruptcies
4.  Do-nothing millionaires in Congress who are sellouts to Wall Street's dictators
5.  Massive reversal of worker gains made during The Great Society and The Sixties
6.  Stealing of national media focus -- away from worker poverty, and away from Government's Proper Role to regulate the costs of housing, health care and tuition.

In 1948, President Truman's landmark speech attacked the Do-Nothing Congress.

Millions of underemployed Americans are outraged at:

1.  Profitable U.S.-based firms and factories being sent to Communist China
2.  False TV propaganda (from the Communist Party's Xinhua "News" Agency) about Mainland China -- ignoring the brutality of the despised and totalitarian police state
3.  Sensationalism about overpaid, free-agent athletes (ESPN's fading popularity)
4.  Daily TV propaganda about the Dow Jones Industrial Average.  Eighty-four percent of all Stock Market Holdings belong to the wealthiest 10% of (Anti-Labor) Americans
5.  Immoral TV hype about sensationalism (rapes, murders, violence, vulgarity).

To poor working Americans who cannot find decent jobs or affordable housing, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is about as relevant as a lost dog in Outer Mongolia.

America belongs to The People.  They are demanding TV coverage which:

1.  Highlights good and hard-working families -- and positive, real-life stories.
2.  Highlights good and everyday Americans -- and their good deeds.
3.  Highlights good American Managers (yes, they exist!) and their good deeds.
4.  Highlights wholesome, profitable and "made in the USA" factories.
5.  Shows the truth (and not corporate lies) about health care in Canada, The UK.

Americans want to see positive and real-life stories about people who are saved:  people who were homeless -- but now have good jobs and are off the streets.  People who were in prison for minor crimes -- but now are free, have good jobs, and are raising families.  People who were overpunished in the U.S. military -- but now are granted second chances, have good jobs, and are completely forgiven.

Often, it takes a very long time to solve people problems.  Americans are in favor of long-term programs -- which rehabilitate people, save lives and restore dignity. 


      Poverty and homelessness are at their highest levels since The Great Depression.


With the Democratic Party's massive gains in Election 2020. struggling and nearly-hopeless workers strongly support the  progressive platform  promoted by the forward-looking Biden Administration.

Historically, after the major reforms of FDR and LBJ, Democrats have done little -- in real terms -- to help poor workers.  Democrats -- known as "Corporate Democrats" -- are seldom different from Republicans.

In stark contrast to FDR and LBJ -- hailed as heroes by working Americans -- many of today's corporate politicians are seen as blatant sellouts who went to Congress to do the bidding of anti-worker CEO's.

In the "Anti-Worker and Wall Street Year of 2021," sellout politicians have done nothing to outlaw:

1.  Bitcoin and cryptocurrency trading (promoting "mystery" capitalism and investor ripoffs), or

2.  Derivative trading (which has defrauded thousands of investors of  millions of dollars).

Many politicians in Congress -- with no concern for poor workers -- are "on the hustle" to become millionaires while on Capitol Hill -- and then to leave office with bigger paychecks, as lobbyists.

They fail to: (1) bring good jobs to America, (2) rein in corporate tax dodgers, and (3) effectively fight for Universal Health Care -- which was achieved in the UK, Canada, France and Sweden many decades ago.

They couldn't care less that most First World citizens see the U.S. Congress as the most corrupt, least effective, least work-oriented, least teamwork-capable, and least "representative of The People."

They couldn't care less that millions of workers cannot afford the absurd housing costs in America.

They couldn't care less that millions of high-tech jobs have been sent to Red China and other nations.

They couldn't care less about America's increasing homeless population.

They couldn't care less about the 50,000 Americans who die each year, due to a lack of health insurance.

They couldn't care less about the increasing violence, and ignorant sensationalism, in America.

Despite their scorn for Congress, America's nearly-bankrupt workers are hoping for real reforms:

1.  Long-Term National Goals to Keep Good Jobs (including manufacturing jobs) in the USA,
2.  Reduced-Cost Child Care -- to help America's income-challenged families,
3.  Tuition-Free, Job Training Programs to help poor workers and their struggling families,

4.  Lowering the Age of Eligibility For Medicare -- as achieved in Canada, the United Kingdom and France,
5.  Shorter Enlistment Periods, and More Career Choices, for new GI's in the Armed Forces,
6.  Removing the FICA Tax Cap on High-Salary Americans, in order to strengthen Social Security,

7.  Building Supply-Chain Factories in the Western Hemisphere, to help impoverished Free Nations.

In Election 2020, workers showed their anger at the Trumpian Society of
cruelty toward working families.

Workers are angry that millions of child-rearing families are forced to live in grossly overpriced and unpopular apartments -- and are denied the opportunity ever to purchase a house for their family.

Workers are angry about no real gains for themselves

1.  The return of manufacturing jobs to America,

2.  The return of an era which cares about poor workers and their children,

3.  The decoupling of Wall Street from the slave labor of Communist Red China, and

4.  Ending the cowardly Congressional appeasement of the cruel dictators of Wall Street/Red China.

Truth-seeking Americans want Congressional and CSPAN-aired presentations on Red China's murderous dictators -- who kill dissidents, blow up churches, and imprison Christians.    Chinese criminals, for years, have printed and shipped millions of counterfeit U.S. bills.

Despite a long history of mass murder, China's dictators are supported by lawless Wall Street CEO's who exploit the regime's cheap labor.  The Atlantic Monthly has attacked Wall Street for immorally supporting the dictatorship and its long list of repressive horrors.

Outraged at the Fortune 500's many factories in warmongering China, critics demand that we relocate supply-chain factories to Good Neighbor Nations of the Western Hemisphere:  the poor and struggling nations of Haiti, Columbia, Ecuador, and other democracies



America in 2021 is not the nation that it was in 1960 -- when Hollywood, TV shows and politicians showed a deep reverence for poor working families and their problems.

In 1960, the memory of 400,000 poor Depression-Era workers who died during WWII was a recent memory.  Popular and G-Rated TV shows included "The Donna Reed Show," "Julia," "Hazel" and "Father Knows Best" -- which glorified working families, parents and children.

During the Fifties, TV-show fathers were military veterans who owed their prosperity to FDR.  The VA Home Loan Program helped them to buy a house.  The New Deal helped them to get a good-paying job.  The GI Bill helped them to attend a university or trade school.

During the post-WWII Age of Prosperity, poor workers were shown dignity and respect.

For minor and first-time offenses, workers did not experience harsh police brutality. 

As an inmate in San Quentin Prison for robbery, singer Merle Haggard was pardoned by Governor Ronald Reagan (R-CA). "The Gipper" was a big fan of the country star's music.  Upon his release, Haggard had a successful career -- and never got thrown into jail again.


Stuck in a Marine Corps brig for 6 weeks after a lengthy AWOL, actor Steve McQueen was given a second chance.  Seven times, he had been reduced in rank.  Many times, he had been busted for "drunk on duty."  Despite his many offenses, he was not dishonorably discharged.  Returned to duty, he "shaped up" and later received an Honorable Discharge.

In 2021, American leaders have turned their backs on poor working families.  They have transferred hundreds of profitable U.S. factories, out of pure greed, to Communist China.

Fortune 500 Firms have stripped away manufacturing -- which has idled poor U.S. workers.

To enrich millionaire shareholders and a major campaign donor, the Corrections Corporation of America (CCA), later renamed "CoreCivic" (a for-profit prison operator), Congress has gleefully allowed the prison population to more than quadruple since 1970.  

Many of today's leaders have a complete ignorance of family poverty, and have never held a mainstream and low-wage job.  They have brutally betrayed the legacy of FDR and LBJ.

Ripped off by a pro-Wall Street Congress, thousands of poor workers:

1.  Serve excessive jail terms, for minor crimes (with no second-chance job training),

2.  Suffer punitive discharges from the Armed Forces -- for minor offenses,

3.  Cannot afford grossly-overpriced rental properties -- owing to worker poverty,

4.  Cannot afford to purchase a home for their family -- owing to worker poverty,

5.  Lack a union at work -- to protect their wages, earn a small vacation, etc.

  "The Object of Government is the Welfare of the People."


Fighting For Common Citizens in 2021


Governor Douglas, elected 5 times as Governor and voted "The Greatest Canadian in History," brought Universal Health Care -- and thousands of good jobs -- to Canada.


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Workers in the Western Hemisphere are rated the world's most productive employees.

Americans are demanding that Fortune 500 factories be dismantled in Red China, and rebuilt in America and in Good Neighbor Nations in Latin America -- including Haiti, Columbia, Ecuador and Honduras.

America's Good Neighbor Nations are often ignored by Congress Critters and Wall Street investors.

Haiti, for example, desperately needs jobs and industry for its struggling people.  Unlike Red China, Haiti DOES NOT threaten Taiwan, the South China Sea, Singapore, Malaysia, South Korea and the Philippines.

With the world's most despicable human rights record,  Red China is anything but a "nation of the future."  A Totalitarian State -- which is despised by its Free and Democratic Neighbors -- Red China has militarily threatened India, the open South China Sea, the Philippines, Taiwan and other Free Nations.

​Taking a cue from President Teddy Roosevelt -- who brilliantly built the Panama Canal, and lifted up the economies of Good Neighbor Nations -- President Biden should demand the building of supply-chain factories in Haiti, Ecuador, Columbia, El Salvador, Honduras, and other nations in the W. Hemisphere.

After the deadly 2010 earthquake, Haiti is hoping for new American Leadership to build new factories, new schools, new freeways, new Churches, new water/food networks, and new hope for their children.

Compassion International has been fighting to help Haiti's struggling (but often forgotten) children.


Having successfully defeated an incumbent President -- whose Trumpian "soak the poor" policies boosted the godless greed of CEO's and millionaires -- President Biden has gained global popularity by reining in Beltway fatcats, and giving new hope to working families.

At a time when 1 out of every 500 Americans is homeless, anti-worker Republicans are to blame.  They deserve to be criminally indicted, for their monstrous and godless greed.  In reality, under-regulated companies and millionaires -- and not Congress -- run the nation.


After the devastating 2010 Earthquake and 2016 Hurricane, Haiti's poor have looked to America to help rebuild their economy.  Instead, Wall Street and Congress have utterly ignored the Economy of Haiti, while erecting hundreds of factories in the brutal dictatorship of Communist Red China.


Since 1948, The United Kingdom -- which has a prosperous, staunchly capitalist, free-market and high-tech economy -- has blessed its citizens with Universal Health Care.

The UK's popular Monarchy and Parliament have brilliantly led the Kingdom (and much of the world) through centuries of democratic and scientific progress.  It led the world to defeat Hitler's Germany (far ahead of the USA), and was the first to create the NHS.  Much of the world's high-tech progress (jets, computers) began in the UK.

In the very popular National Health Service, there is NO price tag attached to the health care needed by any citizen.  Crown subjects incur no medical bills at all for:

1.  Doctor visits, Emergency Room Visits, Clinic Visits

2.  MRI's, CAT Scans, X-Rays, Blood Draws -- and their Analysis

3.  Maternity Ward Services (baby delivery, care of newborn baby, etc.)

4.  All Surgeries and Associated Medical Procedures, and

5.  Ambulance Service and Hospital Room Stays.

Doctors and Nurses in The United Kingdom are among the best educated in the world.  They receive high salaries, on a par with their peers in other countries.

In The United Kingdom, all companies (whether large or small) are relieved of the enormous cost of providing healthcare insurance for their workers.  Without this huge burden, UK firms are fiscally much more competitive than American firms.

SInce 1948, a small tax has been paid by all citizens and firms to fund the NHS (National Health Service).  The UK's NHS is rated among the best in the world.

Canadians are strongly opposed to the excessive profiteering -- and Wall Street's brutal dominance -- of the American for-profit and "free market" healthcare system. 

In Canada, health care is a universal right -- where any citizen can freely go into any medical facility to immediately receive top-notch health care  -- all  cost-free.

​In Canada, although all medical facilities are privately owned by doctors and firms,  everyone's medical bills are paid for by a popular, national and single-payer system.

Funded by affordable national taxes, the Canadian Medicare System  relieves hard working Canadians of any bills for health care.  Co-pays are unheard of in Canada. Yet Canadian doctors, nurses and technicians are very well-paid. They receive the same high-tech training and education as practitioners in Europe and America.


Overwhelmingly, Canadians prefer their single-payer care system to America's.  In Canada, all surgeries in the nation (whether common or rare) are free of charge. 

In ​Canada, families receive monthly bonus checks for having children.

Canadians view America's health "care" system as a fractured, overly-expensive, poorly-managed, and archaic system which needs an extensive overhaul.

The U.S. Congress has denied poor workers a Universal Health Care System -- although it has been in place for many decades in Canada, France and the UK. 

As a result, Americans younger than age 65 are stuck with a very unpopular, corporate-run, archaic and primitive-economics system of health care. 

HMO's and their grossly-overpaid and often-sued CEO's "run the show," and not America's disengaged and do-nothing  government.  HMO's can charge whatever prices they wish for their unpopular insurance policies, their unpopular co-pays, their unpopular day-surgery fees, their unpopular MRI fees, and so on.

​​​​​​​Left photo:     Simon Stevens, CEO, British National Health Service

Right photo:  Karen Lynch, Multimillionaire CEO, America's Aetna Health Care



In the United Kingdom -- with a population of 68 million -- patients pay no medical bills and minimal Rx costs.  The average lifespan is 82 years.  CEO Simon Stevens is the popular NHS Executive Director. Medical bills for all patients in the UK are covered by the NHS, through an affordable national tax.  Popularly enacted in 1948, it is one of the world's most successful systems.  The Commonwealth Nations have similar systems.


In America -- with a population of 332 million -- more than 25% of all citizens lack proper health insurance.  America suffers the First World's shortest lifespan (avg. 76 years) and highest infant mortality rate, despite its ultra-expensive health care.  The CEO of Aetna (which insures a minority of 39 million people) is Karen Lynch, who is paid $11 million/year.  Nearly 50,000 workers die each year, due to a lack of insurance.  Thousands of U.S. patients are annually bankrupted,  because of high medical bills. 

In 2021, Americans are demanding a strong and pro-worker President (e.g.  Wilson, FDR).  They are angry that the "People's Congress" is actually run -- through bribery -- by Wall Street.  It is no surprise that bribes to The Beltway hit a new record in 2020

Just as Big Business fought to preserve slavery in the 1860's, CEO's have spent millions of dollars to block Congress from enacting a publicly-administered health care system. 

America was among the last nations to abolish slavery (Britain: 1833, France: 1848, USA: 1865).  Moreover, it is the First World's last nation to address profit-driven health care.

Today's Wall Street millionaires -- many of whom are descendants of The Confederacy's millionaires -- reap immoral profits from their investments in Aetna, Humana, Blue Cross and other HMO's -- whose excessive profiteering is a modern-day form of slavery.

America needs a 2021 "Health Care Emancipation Proclamation" to free millions of poor working families from today's "plantation system" of profit-driven health care.

In America, 82 million families either have no -- or grossly inadequate -- HMO insurance.

Universal Health Care (UHC) is the answer !  Canada, France and the UK all have UHC !

Under Canada's popular UHC system, all medical clinics and hospitals are privately owned.  The Government's role is to set fee limits and manage a single-payer system.