International trade. Allowing emerging markets to grow and expand quickly is a great way to stimulate economic growth, but if left unchecked eventually they'll make life impossible for all other markets. In the worst economy since the great depression the international conglomerates are making such record profits the banks have started charging them for depositing their billions. They are clearly making it impossible for anyone else to get business done and need to be regulated. <br />
That's the most pressing concern if economic disaster is to be avoided and a possible first step in establishing worldwide ecological standards as well to prevent long term disaster. In addition we'll require an ongoing revolution in human rights that will likely require centuries. Already automation is eliminating jobs faster than it creates them and within the next few decades human rights will gain a new meaning for people everywhere. If nothing substantial is done to deal with these problems then violent revolution will occur and the results will be anyone's guess.
Our Government is the first thing that needs a good overhaul IMHO.
Stain fighters and whites brighteners. I am so tired of my dingy, gray t-shirts.
Confiscating the assets of the wealthy and turning them out on the streets to work for a living. And, now that there is no checks on corporate personhood, let's have a corporate death penalty that is also applicable to the CEO and board of directors.
This thinking always makes me laugh.
The school system. Too much wasting. If I want to be anything, do I really need 15 management courses? That's just stuffing so they can collect an additional $30k.
Our stinky legal system.