Some political topics are based on values, others on Ideas. When you put it all together, each one of us have a profile that would be reviewed if we were running for office. At some point it may change, or expand. It's pretty much a snapshot at a point in time. What's your profile? I'll start Health Care : Universal Economics : Pro capitalist Keynesian Economics: government policy should be to shift aggregate demand curve to the right to curve recession, unemployment and deflation. Shift aggregate demand curve to the left to reduce inflation. Drugs : Same penalties for Cocaine and Crack by lessening crack penalties. Leave status of Marijuana up to the states. Keep other related laws as is. Guns: Federal background checks to extend to mental health for every transaction. No registry kept at federal level. The remaining to be settled at state level. Prostitution: settled at state level Abortion: Legal for all states Gay marriage: settled at state level Education: Lower college tuition across the country to reflect levels in the south. Global Warming: A top priority Foreign policy: Always try to do the big or expensive things with our allies. Pro democracy. Technology, the CIA and Special forces are key to root out cancers. Jerusalem should be its own country like Vatican city. If approved by the united nations, those who stand against that are enemies of the international community. Nuclear free middle east. Domestic Ideas: Reduce defense spending by lowering profit margins for defense contractors. Use extra money to increase salaries of public school teachers K-12. Employ veterans as armed guards in schools. Rebuild infrastructure throughout the country. Build an autobahn from Florida to California, (Autobahn is better in lack of snow) bypass Louisiana to lower flood risks. Rebuild the Mental Health system. More federal dollars for NASA. High ambitions for Mars. More ideas to include the moon. Chicago: Invest more in public schools and after school programs to make gangs less appealing to youth. Invest more in drug rehabilitation programs. Open to more ideas.