Stephen, you are mistaken. I did read your articles (and just read them again in case I missed something, which I did in using government debt to fund companies instead of corporate debt (still a form of debt, right?).
Bottom line is I disagree with you and the philosophy you are espousing. And I think you are being either naive or dishonest (I'll give you the benefit of the doubt) in your statements that it isn't a redistribution (it is) or that it would be good for the economy (it won't) or magically eliminate poverty (it won't).
I read so many incorrect statements about the stock market in your article about how to eliminte it that it was hard to take you seriously. All stocks go up over time guaranteed? You would be well advised to understand something better before trying to totally redo how it works. I'm sure you've heard of unintended consequences?