The problem here is that economics is a faith-based activity when it comes to issues as big and complex as fixing the macroeconomy. If anyone actually know for sure how to fix things, we'd probably have solved the problem by now.
All you can really hope for is a bunch of views that reflect the authors' various beliefs. If you believe them, everyone's views are practical and easy to implement. Just lower taxes and reduce government spending. Reduce the amount of regulation of the economy. Spend more on infrastructure. It's all simple, it could all be put into place easily (if only there weren't politics), but the various simple and practical plans tend to contradict one another (like reducing taxes and spending vs. spending more on infrastructure).
So, although I read this stuff in bunches, I can't recommend anything to you at the moment because I have no objective way of knowing which sources are more plausible as ways to fix the economy.