Government Enterprises

The government needs to invest in enterprises they can operate in order to compete against private industries, in the Free Market. This type of program is already in place through the United States Post Office. Commercial government enterprises (CGEs) can be developed in such areas as medical, pharmaceuticals, retail, air travel, auto production and environmental technologies.
These operations can become self-sufficient and provide a new source of revenue for the government. Therefore, taxpayers will save money. These National industries will provide more American jobs. CGEs can function with government oversight, regulation and participation. They will ensure the intelligent use of resources and have a positive effect on our economy. We will integrate our highest knowledge of political action and economic organization into a workable solution to specific industry problems. Through CGEs, the government can hire Americans to help improve our country.