Cleanup 95% of All Welfare Fraud, by Paying the Citizens:

That's right...  In order to cleanup our nation's welfare system and start saving some $250 billion per year, it is high time to pay some 150 million U.S. citizens a one-time total amount of only about $75 billion, as one $500 IRS rebate check apiece, for each eligible citizen who participates in the cleanup program and completes all three items.

Virtually all welfare fraud within America occurs because of bad information, including outright fraud, duplication waste, failing to purge incorrect/outdated information, and various other similar reasons.  Somewhere between one-quarter trillion ($250 billion) to one-third trillion ($333 billion) or more is being needlessly and totally wasted each year through all of these forms of welfare fraud - simply because of allowing so much bad information to persist and remain within the various American welfare databases.

Contrary to several late 2012 media reports, of supposedly $1.03 trillion in the total welfare spending by our federal, state and local governments, our investigative team by Fall of 2012 had already found $1.5 trillion in total welfare spending, NOT counting the regular $627.2 billion in Social Security retiree payments (which together account for a grand total of roughly $2.2 trillion of subsistence/assistance payments in 2012).

Social Security has a rampant fraud problem itself, too, but of just that $1.5 trillion in all nationwide welfare, those programs sadly average anywhere between 10% to even 40% in total waste due to fraud and similar, with an overall combined average rate of roughly 16-22% in fraudulent waste, i.e., between $250-$333 billion wasted in 2012, and that is NOT counting Social Security's 10-12% waste (another $65-75 billion/yr).

More details coming soon, but hence the reason why the still-pending federal lawsuit described upon most of this website includes various economic demands, including a comprehensive welfare cleanup program that is clearly a win-win-win for everyone:

In other words, clearly a big fat solid huge win-win-win for everyone, everywhere...

The entire federal lawsuit is vast and involved (the court classified it as a Track Three case, i.e., "complex litigation"), but the single document filing regarding the proposed welfare cleanup program can be reviewed/downloaded here (PDF format - 12 pages).

For the past 15+ years, the author has been a constitutional law scholar and litigator, assisting clients in the courts of 30 some States, top to bottom, in some 2/3rds of the nation's 90 federal court Districts, in all 11 of the numbered federal Courts of Appeal, and in the U.S. Supreme Court several times on constitutional issues from either state or federal courts, presently there again on the right to jury trial in real estate disputes.