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Chad Pearson algonquin

Updated on January 25, 2016

With this idea one very rich man can continually pay citizens of the community and deliver better education to children

I will discuss a problem with our nation. Just read a bit and if it doesn't interest you, then go back to what you were doing.

Capitalism encourages all for one, and if you are the best then you deserve it all.

Tap some of that wealth AND DISTRIBUTE SCHOOL BONDS.

This is how it will work....

ONE billionaire raises money and donates ALL of his money to this cause which would be somewhere around 40 billion dollars. A certain faction of that money is invested in school bonds. The school bond will accrue interest and the interest will be due to a deserving citizen. You could be that citizen.

So to reiterate..

That money is going to be distributed to major city public or private schools, as school bonds. As long as the school remains successful, those bonds will collect interest. If the interest just keeps building up, then that means the school has remained operational. This way EVERYONES children have a high quality education. .

So imagine yourself getting a check in the mail every so often.. And because you are recieving that money, an under privileged child will retain a higher quality education.


"If you want to live a happy life, tie it to a goal, not to people or things" - Albert Einstein

If you have read this far then you are interested, but it still may be confusing.


Acquire A LOT of money Then use that money to Buy school bonds. That school bond will gain interest and be written in the name of a member of the community. The school will gain funds to help children be smarter and members of the community will get money in the mail from the interest gained on the bonds.

This idea is residual, its a double-benefit, BEST YET .. It hasn't been done. Its somewhat an FDR social security idea aspiration.


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