President to Immediately Enact the following Policies (mandates)
Don't wait for me to be elected before adoption of these Policies!
1 – New US Employee Work Hours - Every employer/company in a major city with over three employees that has a traffic problem during rush hour, is to institute a new work reporting policy, changing reporting/arrival time (hence quitting time) from 8:00 am to:
having 1/3 of the employees to report at 7:30am, 1/3 reporting at 8:00am, and 1/3 reporting at 8:30am in order to reduce traffic, travel time, gas consumption and reducing CO2 in the atmosphere.
Companies to comply or have their income tax doubled the first year, tripled the second year, etc.
If this would not substantially reduce the rush hour traffic then cities would institute the reporting time to 1/3 personnel reporting at 7:00am, 1/3 personnel reporting at 8:00am and 1/3 personnel reporting at 9:00am.
2 - National Solar/Wind Power Generation - in all homes valued above 2 million dollars and based on size and where effective – to have their electrical power supplemented with solar or wind or both and for this policy to be implement within reasonable installation time after the bill is signed, thus helping reducing the amount of required hydrocarbon fuel, money sent to foreign countries for fuel and the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere . If upgrade is not accomplished, the homeowner first year's income tax is doubled, the second year's income tax is tripled, the third year tax is quadrupled, etc
3 - 90 MPH Max - National Auto Speed - Speed Governors on engines on all auto vehicles. Limiting the speed of all motorized cars, trucks and commercial trucks, to go no faster than 90 mph, thus reducing the effect of CO2 on the atmosphere and reducing the need for gasoline and money sent to foreign countries. This policy would show other countries that the US is willing to provide the leadership needed in over-coming “global warming” and rising CO2 levels.
4 - US Electric Power Generating Efficiency - Invoke special energy efficiency policy on electric companies on their most inefficient plant, if the lowest energy efficiency plant is not upgraded/modernized by converting to natural gas, or solar or wind power within a stated reasonable time, then an increase in corporate income tax would apply. Companies could elect not to upgrade, but first year income taxes would double, second year taxes would triple, etc.