This OP-ED is about how to fix the college and hospital problems of the United States of America. As you know, I am in the process of filing to run for president in 2024, and will be announcing shortly. Once I decide to run, I intend to put out many proposals to justify my candidacy. To that end, I’d like to opine on what my candidacy would outlay if I were to run.
I will make sure that we build 200 hospitals and 100 Universities over the next four years. Those institutions will be working on the advancement of medicine and the research of all the major problems with all medical conditions. In addition, the structure the Universities will be prioritized both facilitate major advances in medicine, elimination of most forms of cancer, and ethical nanobiotechnics. In addition, every hospital will have at least four electron microscopes to cut down crucial time for research and development of cures, and finally work with the states to ensure that they carry the ball on administering the universities at the state legislative and executive levels in conjunction with the 10th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, in line with their own state constitutions.
Hospitals, working with the new fleet of universities, will produce the best doctors in the world in all capacities: specialists, general practice, and effective administration of medical resources. The academic level of these new universities will surpass those of our current technical colleges and universities, such as California Institute of Technology (Cal Tech), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and the other find technical universities in the country. The students who attend these new universities will not have to pay for tuition, providing that they achieve the high standards that will be required to achieve a degree. Teachers will be paid at least three times the current wage schedule (new salaries starting at $250,000 and gradated upward, depending on experience) while top graduates can work as teacher aides, with a minimum salary of $125,000.
Keep in mind that the key to being able to afford such ambitious high-level technology will be the advancements made from the space stations, with the acquisition of trillions of dollars detailed in another article, that will essentially pay the U.S. government in conjunction with the private sector. Incidentally, most health care will be free to all U.S. citizens at the same level as most private premium (“Cadillac”) plans are currently offering, and will be using the newest technology developed from the initiatives mentioned earlier. We will be for any American to participate in our higher education and many will be able to have the possibility of going to outer space and working on the three main Space Stations.