In this novel an American non-profit company initiates a national movement to heal the youth's addiction to mobile social media, like smart phones. Voice Synthesis Inc. (VSI) based in Alexandria, Virginia, was founded by Matt and Heather Flynn, billionaires from their Turbopod (T-Pod) vehicles sold around the world. The couple does research to determine that the addiction starts at age ten and is a primary culprit in the dramatic reduction of the Work Ethic in America.The book provides alarming statistics as VSI's employees focus on the problem at home, in the schools, in retail businesses, in the government, the military and board rooms. It becomes clear to the reader that the social media devices greatly contribute to dumbing of citizens, ripe for control by a Socialist government.The reader follows VSI as it enlists a well-known company to apply artificial intelligence to voice synthesis systems to create a useful Flip Phone for the youth. "FLIPA" can access communications but not the Internet and streaming video.Nationally-known cyber gurus, who formed a company called Padlockers ,create a computer E-Worm which debilitates the production of popular smart phones in China. At the same time the government provides programs attractive for companies to bring back the production of the devices to America. The story ends with a realistic hope for the future as the simple FLIPA wins over legions of youth, one Flip Phone at a time.