Which issues do you consider the most important? Domestic or foreign? Civil rights, war in the Middle East, the War on Drugs, gun control, etc?
Affairs at state take precedence over affairs abroad. We have plenty of fixing to do here.
I'd say first things first. The world as a whole needs to work to stop global warming. Next, we need to give the same rights to everyone: gay or straight, black or white, man or woman, employee or employer. Once we have back our rights and our Earth, then we can start worrying about thinks like ISIS and globalization.
By "give the same rights to everyone", I also mean taking money out of politics and overturning Citizens United, which give back voters' rights.
Criminal justice reform
Globalization/singularity. Foreign and domestic. The growing trends of globalization I think will cause a reactionary movement that will hamper our progress to singularity and therefore the lack of tech industry to forward it's advance domestically.
Spend all of our nation's money on developing time travel
Foreign affairs, easily
1. Personal liberty over "safety"
2. Criminal justice reform
3. Balanced budget
4. Immigration crisis
5. Overturn citizens United w/ constitutional amendment.
6. Fix farm subsidies (remove them)
I could go on and on... These just popped into my head for now 😀
Social issues, and immigration.
The fact that the bankers and wealthy businessmen have full control over the public and play games with them. Mass media, health indusry, food industry, banks, education, elections, etc. are just some of the things these people have control over. We need to stop them.
Do you want to know what the majority of these bankers have in common?
They're Republican upper-class white males?
War on drugs, definitely.