Economic Renewal

l present comprehensive plans for the national and NY economy. From outsourcing to clean energy industries to restoring domestic manufacturing, here is a long-term plan to bring job growth and independence from foreign supply chains.

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Israel, Gaza & Protests

Politicians and university leaders must confront protesters opposing Israel‘s right to exist or promoting hatred (or death) of Jews. America during World War II did not sacrifice 400,000 soldiers fighting bloodthirsty fascism only to see misguided students promote hate of Jews. Why doesn’t your current congressman talk about this? He won’t. I will.

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Immigration: A REAL Plan

I offer a detailed plan (below). Read it with an open mind and compare it to your current congressman’s plan (he offers none). The plan in sum: 1) ensure existing labor & immigration laws are enforced quickly, 2) everyone is vetted in their country of origin, 3) the southern border is sealed physically to prevent illegal entries, 4) the President closes the border for as long as it takes for Congress to enact a real immigration plan, 5) immigration courts and staffs are vastly increased, 6) those entering illegally lose the right to claim asylum here and must return to their country and apply there. Change laws as needed and recognize that most asylum claims are not valid. Politicians like my opponent ducked the issue for decades and the President’s recent executive order merely limits crossings to 2500/day (over 900,000/year). The millions who entered illegally (include airports/expired visas) get more costly help than poor and homeless Americans in desperate need. Please study my plan (below). You will find it fair, thorough and sorely needed.

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Debt, Trade & BRICS

Millions of lost jobs, near $1 trillion trade deficit, vanishing industries. Federal debt at $34 trillion & projected deficit of $1.9 trillion (yes, trillion). Interest payments soon reaching $1 trillion/year. Now we face threat from the BRICS bloc (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) trying to ruin our economy by ending the dollar as currency reserve. Here is a plan addressing our economic vulnerability.

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Race Attacks & Crime

Attacks and threats to Jews, Asian Americans and African-Americans shockingly increase. Mentally ill and dangerous people roam the streets. Restoring safe streets and subways will take more than merely tweaking bail. My congressional opponent is oddly silent on crime and race attacks. We need policing that respects civil rights, handles crime, and requires judges to set bail that won’t allow dangerous people to remain at large. We also witness increased mass shootings. I am prepared to take action to protect your safety. Please study my proposals below.

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Mental & Health Care, Prescriptions, Social Security, Seniors Help

Helping each other. That’s what we do in America. We must do more to ensure Social Security will be there for us… now and in 50 years. I propose 1) resolving the coming funding crisis Social Security faces, 2) lowering prescription prices, 3) increasing mental health treatment, and 4) providing assistance for seniors. Compare my proposals with my opponent’s plans (he offers none).

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Ukraine: A Path Forward

A free Ukraine represents the future of Russian speaking peoples, democracy, and forces fighting Russian dictator Vladimir Putin. How long must the bloody conflict continue? How will we reach a cease fire? Is it worth generational conflict with nuclear-armed Russia to protect perhaps 20% of Ukrainian territory from permanent Russian occupation? These, and other important matters, are analyzed below followed by peace proposals.

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Repairing Democracy

January 6th was a horror. I condemn violence as a means of overturning elections. Debate and free speech are acceptable, but never fierce behavior. There are more important goals than winning elections - like a healthy democracy. I propose reforms below for trust in elections, voter fraud, safety of elected officials, safety of elections staff, speedy trials, ending Gerrymandering, and seating representatives by state instead of party so that they actually talk to each other and start acting like healthy human beings instead of vicious hate mongers.

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Clean Energy: Fusion, Geothermal & Tidal

lt could take land nearly the size of Connecticut filled with solar panels or windmills to power New York City. We need better solutions. Continue using non-carbon producing nuclear power and prioritize inner earth heat (geothermal), ocean tides, improved conservation, planting millions-more carbon absorbing trees, more efficient appliances and transmission of electricity, hybrid and all-electric cars, efficient batteries, solar panel manufacturing in New York State, my waste to energy program, and statewide charging stations. Let’s vigorously research fusion energy (like the sun merging hydrogen into helium). Fusion would provide infinite clean energy. We must solve nature’s elusive riddle.

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Schools: Return True Education

Most New York City schools fail in teaching fundamental skills: only 31% of young Hispanic students and 26% of black children tested proficient in math. English proficiency scores were dismal: Blacks students 48%, Hispanics 47%. Over $39 billion was spent on NYC education in 2023-24 - nearly $38,000/student. The average for students nationwide is $15,600. We have shameful results despite paying well over double the national average. This is the legacy of your ineffective incumbent congressman. Once elected I will do everything within my power to rebuild our school system and end generations of failed (and costly!) education.

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Infrastructure: Subway, NYCHA, Tunnels, Schools

As your congressman I will put my heart and soul into obtaining federal funds to improve our subways, buses and infrastructure. From aging water/sewage pipes to poor subway service to tunnels supporting transportation, I will diligently work to keep our city vibrant.

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Homelessness: Solutions!

We fear being pushed onto an oncoming subway car. Add mounting trash, drug addicts in subway stations, subway seats covered by sleeping people, aggressive beggars, tossed syringes… and a long list of troubling problems. An estimated 200,000 people in New York (now including recent migrants) are homeless. A comprehensive plan is long overdue. I offer one.

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