The Lafayette Policy Institute — A Call to Action

The Lafayette Policy Institute — A Call to Action
September 30, 2016
A Call to Action

Judge,

I am interested in starting a policy institute, in the spirit of French Lieutenant-General Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette to address the many bad federal and state laws and policies that have caused our nation’s train to jump the tracks while continuing to inflict harm on our country in the process.  Would you or anyone in your other society be interested?

I would like for this organization to do research and draft original white paper to promote policies that restore America back to cultural, economic, financial, military, political and spiritual health.  Policies will be presented to our lawmakers and to incoming presidents.

It’s time for Americans to take back our country from the career politicians and other so-called “experts” by understanding what’s gone wrong, what’s going wrong and how to fix our country.  The United States is a complete mess and our two presidential candidates are proof.Anyone with a knowledge of or an interest in the following subjects — diplomacy, economics, government, international trade,  law, military, politics and spirituality are encouraged to join.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gilbert_du_Motier,_Marquis_de_Lafayette

Sincerely,
Ted Burnett
Daphne, AL
 Ted Burnett: I'm an American thought leader and pioneer on the subjects of human, organizational and societal development and health. I write about the role that integrity, dignity, sanity play, as well as, on the topics of spirituality, faith, freedom, happiness, problem solving and risk taking. I produce and deliver original, world-class commentaries on business, political, social and spiritual matters to a global audience of world leaders, chief executives and key decision makers, top faculty and notables in the fields of academia, banking, business, foundations, government (including heads of state, lawmakers and governors), healthcare, media, non-profits and policy institutes. Website: www.tedburnett.com