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FAST SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH The year is 2023. The party in power has revised the Constitution so that Donald Trump might secure a third consecutive term as president. Supported by his political protégé Amy Billings, a New York media mogul searches desperately for a candidate to depose Trump. Meanwhile, self-made billionaire Justin Wolfe sets out on a tour to promote O FAST SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH The year is 2023. The party in power has revised the Constitution so that Donald Trump might secure a third consecutive term as president. Supported by his political protégé Amy Billings, a New York media mogul searches desperately for a candidate to depose Trump. Meanwhile, self-made billionaire Justin Wolfe sets out on a tour to promote Optimizing America, his book that outlines a simple economic platform that would turn a corrupt system on its head. Despite the urging from his best friend, Federal Reserve Board hopeful Evan White, Wolfe has no intention of running for office. But when his ideas begin to catch fire with the masses, the two friends find themselves swept up in a presidential campaign that threatens not only their public standing, but their very lives. “Our world is remarkably automated. Resources remain in abundant supply. And by most standard measures, the economy appears to be humming along. Life should be so simple. So prosperous. And yet the vast majority of people still aren’t making a decent living. America’s promise of equal opportunity has become a distant memory. But I, Justin Wolfe, have a plan to finally change the dynamics that have been holding this country back. Imagine a simple idea that could change the world forever. An idea that will deliver us from this economic train-wreck and prevent further hardships from falling on the shoulders of future generations. Shouldn’t we get started?” ​​​​​​​--Justin Wolfe In a political thriller for the ages, Jarl Jensen achieves something no other author has achieved. He crafts an exciting story around disruptive solutions that would dismantle and rebuild our global economic system. Through vivid scenery, memorable characters, and intense drama, he encourages the reader to ponder hardline questions that challenge modern political punditry, shatter the “news-in-a-loop” cycle, and change the way we think about the distribution of wealth. In this way, this page-turning thriller is more than just a page-turning thriller. It is a means to optimize America, to spark hope for a brighter future, and to change the world forever.


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FAST SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH The year is 2023. The party in power has revised the Constitution so that Donald Trump might secure a third consecutive term as president. Supported by his political protégé Amy Billings, a New York media mogul searches desperately for a candidate to depose Trump. Meanwhile, self-made billionaire Justin Wolfe sets out on a tour to promote O FAST SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH The year is 2023. The party in power has revised the Constitution so that Donald Trump might secure a third consecutive term as president. Supported by his political protégé Amy Billings, a New York media mogul searches desperately for a candidate to depose Trump. Meanwhile, self-made billionaire Justin Wolfe sets out on a tour to promote Optimizing America, his book that outlines a simple economic platform that would turn a corrupt system on its head. Despite the urging from his best friend, Federal Reserve Board hopeful Evan White, Wolfe has no intention of running for office. But when his ideas begin to catch fire with the masses, the two friends find themselves swept up in a presidential campaign that threatens not only their public standing, but their very lives. “Our world is remarkably automated. Resources remain in abundant supply. And by most standard measures, the economy appears to be humming along. Life should be so simple. So prosperous. And yet the vast majority of people still aren’t making a decent living. America’s promise of equal opportunity has become a distant memory. But I, Justin Wolfe, have a plan to finally change the dynamics that have been holding this country back. Imagine a simple idea that could change the world forever. An idea that will deliver us from this economic train-wreck and prevent further hardships from falling on the shoulders of future generations. Shouldn’t we get started?” ​​​​​​​--Justin Wolfe In a political thriller for the ages, Jarl Jensen achieves something no other author has achieved. He crafts an exciting story around disruptive solutions that would dismantle and rebuild our global economic system. Through vivid scenery, memorable characters, and intense drama, he encourages the reader to ponder hardline questions that challenge modern political punditry, shatter the “news-in-a-loop” cycle, and change the way we think about the distribution of wealth. In this way, this page-turning thriller is more than just a page-turning thriller. It is a means to optimize America, to spark hope for a brighter future, and to change the world forever.

30 review for Optimizing America: Fast Sustainable Economic Growth

  1. 5 out of 5

    Grady

    “It’s the wealthy who buy robots and automate processes to lower costs. It’s the poor who are replaced by these new technologies.’ Author Jarl Jensen has the courage to place before the public a novel that is not only searingly written as a story but also points out the flaws in our current society. Jarl is an inventor of multiple patented medical devices, and as a successful businessman and executive for several companies he now turns his creativity to writing this astonishingly fine book of ide “It’s the wealthy who buy robots and automate processes to lower costs. It’s the poor who are replaced by these new technologies.’ Author Jarl Jensen has the courage to place before the public a novel that is not only searingly written as a story but also points out the flaws in our current society. Jarl is an inventor of multiple patented medical devices, and as a successful businessman and executive for several companies he now turns his creativity to writing this astonishingly fine book of ideas that could change our world. As he states in his Dedication, ‘This book was written with the best of intentions for my wife, my kids’ future, and the future for all of us. The world is in crisis, but there is a solution that nobody is talking about. Debt is running amok on global, national, corporate, and personal levels. Debt is making governing impossible, as spending has to be rationalized for even the most human purposes. Corporations have to lay off staff to help pay for their mounting debts. People have to cut back their spending to pay for school debt, mortgages, and credit card bills. Trade used to build peace, but now we talk about trade wars. The United States has been in an unending war against terror with no end in sight. Something is fundamentally wrong with the system, and this book exposes the reader to both the problem and the solution.’ 
 Keenly aware that the best way to point our flaw and focus on repair Jarl elects ot tell a story that underlines all of his concepts. For the full impact of Jarl’s analysis and suggestions of altering our current direction the read must read this book rather than depend on reviews. But Jarl’s synopsis is a fine roadmap as to what lies within: ‘The year is 2023. The party in power has revised the Constitution so that Donald Trump might secure a third consecutive term as president. Supported by his political protégé Amy Billings, a New York media mogul searches desperately for a candidate to depose Trump. Meanwhile, self-made billionaire Justin Wolfe sets out on a tour to promote Optimizing America, his book that outlines a simple economic platform that would turn a corrupt system on its head. Despite the urging from his best friend, Federal Reserve Board hopeful Evan White, Wolfe has no intention of running for office. But when his ideas begin to catch fire with the masses, the two friends find themselves swept up in a presidential campaign that threatens not only their public standing, but their very lives. “Our world is remarkably automated. Resources remain in abundant supply. And by most standard measures, the economy appears to be humming along. Life should be so simple. So prosperous. And yet the vast majority of people still aren’t making a decent living. America’s promise of equal opportunity has become a distant memory. But I, Justin Wolfe, have a plan to finally change the dynamics that have been holding this country back. Imagine a simple idea that could change the world forever. An idea that will deliver us from this economic train-wreck and prevent further hardships from falling on the shoulders of future generations. Shouldn’t we get started?” This book is not only a fine thriller but it also should be on the Required Reading list for all of us

  2. 4 out of 5

    Bruce Thomas

    Disappointed I like the story line but weaving real personalities (with made up virtues) dragged the credibility of every issue discussed. Why substitute Spade for Trump, then make Spade look like the loo liberal bogeyman? A third term run will defeat any president, so the election premise based on a good idea became a bad idea. Most ideas presented have either been tried or proposed. For example, allowing social security contribution to be invested and controlled by the worker (at least part of Disappointed I like the story line but weaving real personalities (with made up virtues) dragged the credibility of every issue discussed. Why substitute Spade for Trump, then make Spade look like the loo liberal bogeyman? A third term run will defeat any president, so the election premise based on a good idea became a bad idea. Most ideas presented have either been tried or proposed. For example, allowing social security contribution to be invested and controlled by the worker (at least part of it) was proposed by George Bush, but the Democrat controlled Congress demonized it to the point of elimination from further consideration. Republicans didn't do much better then or later. I read the book to the end but didn't enjoy how solutions were weighted so heavily liberal. A more balanced solution is election-ready; not this shutoff. The martial law? Sorry, but I won't be reading the next book in this series.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Nancy Silk

    "How To Make The World A Better Place" One man can make a difference (and this author seems to know how in this political thriller). Justin Wolfe is on a tour promoting his book, "The Big Solution." His book provides a simple economic platform to turn a corrupt system upside down. He has no intention to get himself into politics but soon he and book promoter, Evan White, are swept into a presidential campaign which will threaten their lives. An awesome, realistic, captivating story which is creat "How To Make The World A Better Place" One man can make a difference (and this author seems to know how in this political thriller). Justin Wolfe is on a tour promoting his book, "The Big Solution." His book provides a simple economic platform to turn a corrupt system upside down. He has no intention to get himself into politics but soon he and book promoter, Evan White, are swept into a presidential campaign which will threaten their lives. An awesome, realistic, captivating story which is created by an amazing, free-thinking author. This is a story everyone one should read if we are able to improve America and the world.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Michelle English

    This was a surprisingly good book. I say surprisingly because I usually don't read many political thrillers or political anything. But this book was interesting even to someone who is not into politics. It has a great story line, it keeps the momentum going and also makes you want to turn the page. If you have anything against trump you will also love it but if not its still good. The way this is written it does not really take aim, it just humors. And the idea behind it is pretty interesting. G This was a surprisingly good book. I say surprisingly because I usually don't read many political thrillers or political anything. But this book was interesting even to someone who is not into politics. It has a great story line, it keeps the momentum going and also makes you want to turn the page. If you have anything against trump you will also love it but if not its still good. The way this is written it does not really take aim, it just humors. And the idea behind it is pretty interesting. Great writing, Great Storyline, Great Idea

  5. 4 out of 5

    Francois

    Quirky and interesting Political novel I liked this novel, even if the similarly named characters seemed too obvious. It will shock you if you're a free market fundamentalist, but I'd highly recommend it if you want a fun read with a genuine solution to the economic dumpster fire we currently live in. Quirky and interesting Political novel I liked this novel, even if the similarly named characters seemed too obvious. It will shock you if you're a free market fundamentalist, but I'd highly recommend it if you want a fun read with a genuine solution to the economic dumpster fire we currently live in.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Hilary

    Interesting concepts The economic concepts introduced in this book are intriguing and the way they are presented by characters we are currently familiar with is entertaining and amusing! The ending leaves you hanging (so the author can sell his next book, I suppose)!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer M.

    Interesting read The country is looking towards the next presidential election. Justin Wolfe is just trying to sell books when he finds himself in the middle of the political struggle...

  8. 4 out of 5

    Thomas A Peden

    Interesting A very different perspective on the problems of this planet. Great story line, and captivating ideas, excellently presented by this author Karl Jensen. Agree or disagree this book is worth the time it takes to read it...

  9. 5 out of 5

    Wayne Woodman

    Good idea to build on It has the potential to be a really great story but over stretches a little at times and tends to simplify a little to much. Still an enjoyable read and could almost be considered for a discussion of economic policy.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Beverlee Henderson

    How very timely! Find out what is really going on in our Country. Understand why things never seem to get better. Time to make sense and make real changes.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Maureen

    I am still trying to figure out what this book is supposed to be ...historical fiction set in the near future, political satire based on the characterizations, just a novel or a wishful fantasy. Some character are real life people, i.e. Jeff Bezos, Bernie Sanders, others a parody - Connie Anne Kelly (Kelly Ann Conway), Harold Spade (Donald Trump). Whatever else it may be, it is definitely a page turner with a less than satisfying ending. Is there going to be another book or is that left to the rea I am still trying to figure out what this book is supposed to be ...historical fiction set in the near future, political satire based on the characterizations, just a novel or a wishful fantasy. Some character are real life people, i.e. Jeff Bezos, Bernie Sanders, others a parody - Connie Anne Kelly (Kelly Ann Conway), Harold Spade (Donald Trump). Whatever else it may be, it is definitely a page turner with a less than satisfying ending. Is there going to be another book or is that left to the readers imagination.

  12. 4 out of 5

    lillian

    Good book Great read about a corrupt government that will do anything to make sure they win the election and destroy the United States.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sheryl Friedman

    Disappointing Struggled to wade through the heady arguments only to be brought up short with an abrupt, absurd ending. Not interested in what happens next!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Robert M. Galbraith

    There is a need to reform our banking and federal reserve system but there was so much economic drivel and anti capitalism in the first few chapters I couldn't continue reading. There is a need to reform our banking and federal reserve system but there was so much economic drivel and anti capitalism in the first few chapters I couldn't continue reading.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Carol Whitlock

    Pure hype &propaganda This book makes the GOP look like dictators, ready to use brute force to have and keep power. It should come with a huge bias warning.

  16. 5 out of 5

    DJ

  17. 4 out of 5

    Anne K

  18. 5 out of 5

    rob

  19. 4 out of 5

    Ronald B Handverger

  20. 4 out of 5

    Dave Kelso

  21. 5 out of 5

    Henry Smith

  22. 5 out of 5

    Shirley Higginbotham

  23. 5 out of 5

    Farida

  24. 4 out of 5

    Marcia Ditter

  25. 4 out of 5

    P.G. Sundling

  26. 5 out of 5

    Ed Michniewicz

  27. 4 out of 5

    Barry Cobden

  28. 4 out of 5

    Nina Blumer

  29. 5 out of 5

    Lee Ann

  30. 5 out of 5

    Bill Byrnes

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