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Economic Multipliers

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Economic Multipliers (157):  developing wealth creating and maintaining societal bases, a possible revenue stream for supporting our social framework, the necessity of visible and measurable revenue streams and expenditures, funds for:  independent living, food, housing, clothing, health care, skill development, transportation, and a no interest loan pool to secure equity  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (158):  positive action parenting, positive action support, challenging children, tips for positively engaging children, The 101 Positive Principles of Discipline by Katharine Kersey, Supernanny  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (159):  ‘easily’ clean out a refrigerator, two wet rags, a dry towel and a piece of plastic can make many cleaning jobs easier, saving money on energy, extending the life of appliances  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (160):  good relationships, project-based friendships versus hanging out, the value of tea, food shopping, cooking, skill development and projects, a good learning and teaching attitude, developing strong families while transferring skills to young people, developing good leaders, followers and teams  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (161):  climate change, ten degree thinking, leadership, private versus public lands, beneficial use of property, maximizing the value of local knowledge, increasing income, harvesting public lands, VISIBLE and distributed benefits, private versus public thinking, 7 years of feast and 7 years of famine, long-range leadership, seed storage technology, food storage technology, repurposing areas prone to flooding, reducing losses and insurance costs  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (162):  good idea transfer, sound advice, The Lost Art of Reading Nature’s Signs by Tristan Gooley, adopting ‘parents’ to acquire skills, reading aloud for retention of knowledge, recognizing bases of knowledge exist everywhere  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (163):  minimizing flooding due to snow and ice, clearing drains, preventing damage to pavement, ‘less work’ tips for snow and ice removal and buildup, minimizing ice dams on roofs, using nature to ‘help,’ enjoying the weather  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (164):  RELEVANCE of topics and questions when selecting a Supreme Court Justice … testing for support of legislation which could better support healthy individuals, families and communities, preventing the spread of transmittable diseases  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (165):  State Supreme Courts, selections of judges, judicial politics, the voices of voters, Wisconsin politics, RELEVANCE in decision-making processes  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (166):  The development of laws related to address evolving problems, judgmental thinking, technology and right to privacy issues, getting young people involved in drafting new laws, protecting young people from adult thinking and media thinking  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (167):  The value of common sense, old environmental problems, practical solutions which aren’t solving problems, the need for leadership, connections and commitment  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (168):  Sanitary waste, emergencies, toilets, flushing with a bucket, portapotties, chamber pots, storing waste, water sources for toilets, septic systems, flooding, liquids versus solids, proper disposal, planning ahead, windup flashlights  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (169):  Who exactly is a ‘smart’ person?  What is ‘normal’?  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (170):  The ability to build and amass wealth is one of the greatest economic multipliers any nation can ever have because it attracts money and talent, ‘BE the power’ makes a lot more sense in the United States than ‘fight the power,’ ‘BE the power’ cell phone uses, a library seed program, why government lotteries are a form of taxation by choice, why switching from a corporate/business income tax model to an ‘extreme revenue’ model makes more sense for the United States  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (171):  The economic value of eggs, the nutritional value of eggs, the versatility of eggs, connecting kids to ‘healthy eating’ strategies  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (172):  The Olympic Games, responsibilities that adults have toward children, adequate food supplies, worm bins, letting young people start collecting ‘gold,’ teaching kids ways to be in the world, ‘The Hunger Games,’ letting the bright lights of youth shine, The Olympic Committee, clean water, compost, the nature of poverty (monetary and intellectual)  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (173):  Philosophies about 'free' college education and 'free' education in general, philosophies on evaluating 'leaders,' fiscal responsibility, the value of education, the strength of democratic and capitalistic societies  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (174):  TPP, solving global problems, building and retaining wealth in communities, retaining skills lost when people no longer heat and/or cook with wood, chain saws and hand saws, clearing streets after a storm, developing community building skills, developing communication skills, getting young people hooked on acquiring community building tools, biases among the sexes, finding ways to enjoyably work with other people while gaining knowledge and skills, fun families, strong families  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (175):  Poverty, Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand, flooding, benefits of flooding, responsibilities of ‘leadership’ in democratic systems, responsibilities of colleges, teachers, business people, emergency response people and harvesters in preparing the youth of a nation, missing philosophies, wars, trust, placing ‘stories’ in the context of time, ignoring storylines that lack a good education/grounding, economic philosophies, societal upheavals, creating wealth, retaining wealth, valuing core knowledge, valuing competence  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (176):  The value of peace marches, the value of peace projects, teaching people how to be in communities, taking responsibility for behaviors, citizen’s arrests, obeying city ordinances, choosing not to litter, being respectful of other people, finding uses for what many people call trash, educating young people, sanitizing with ultraviolet light (UV – sunlight), policemen and soldiers and needing someone else to ‘show up,’ solving problems, creating solutions, a used glass bottle is what?  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (177):  The ‘math’ of economic multipliers, leadership, expanding populations, national and global wealth, the new world we live in, taxation, revenue streams, how the number of employees affects taxation, ‘income’ tax versus other forms of taxation  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (178):  Volunteering, aging out, steps for getting a snowblower going, ‘in kind’ donations, engaging young people in ‘old’ volunteer organizations, teaching skills, human automatic skill sets, thinking gaps, the economic multipliers that the ‘volunteer world’ creates, joy, cheat sheets  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (179):  Coastal flooding, inland flooding, rising water levels, what current generations owe future generations, pilgrimages, relays and getting exercise, a ‘bottled water’ project, increasing forests, ground cover and food supplies, renewing groundwater systems inland, buffering flooding and extreme droughts, long-term planning, desalinating water and moving it inland, tackling global problems in realistic ways, ‘freedom’ - the ‘responsibility’ to ensure the ‘rights’ of current AND future generations  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (180):  The connection between economic multipliers and literacy rates, learning how you think, learning how others think, helium, roses, creating long-term plans that have value for all, leadership, understanding that knowledge is something that must be judiciously applied  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (181):  Capital, the accumulation of private and public wealth, changing worlds, changing philosophies, taxation of extreme revenue, corporate and business taxation, how young people contribute to family and community wealth, the value of the accumulation of tools, private versus public funding for public projects  (OPEN)
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Economic Multipliers (182):  Good processes, making a difference, connecting people in positive ways, the Teach Me How Game, conversational friends and project buddies, searching for a significant other, expecting and developing supportive relationships, the connection between friendship bracelets and strong ties, making a relationship a project, testing the possibility of relationships more than once, not worrying about ‘no’  (OPEN)
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