In The United States, Americans’ public debt crisis is always in the future. Normally routine, as recently as eight years or two presidential terms ago Congress unprecedentedly debated raising the government’s ability to borrow, the debt ceiling. There was a debt ceiling debate eight years before that too, in 2003.
The next debt ceiling debate is now.
The debt ceiling is the total amount of national debt the U.S. can owe. Debt-to-GDP is the ratio between national debt and the total value of goods and services produced in one year. The ratio is supposedly useful. Economists claim it is an instrument to gauge solvency indicating whether or not a country is producing enough to make payments on its debts.
But a country’s ability to repay debts depends on taxes, investor confidence (bond ratings), monetary policy (interest rates), Congress (law), and ROI (gains minus inflation). Several things could happen if it doesn’t payoff creditors, war (foreign held), inflation (reserve bank), and poverty (peoples’ social security). Though GDP grew significantly since 2010 from $14.53 trillion to $21.06 March 31, 2019 resulting in significantly NO CHANGE to the indicator, American public debt is actually misconceived.
If Americans’ debt crisis is in the future then how does a public debt-to-GDP ratio increasing from 104% to 121% affect time?
Americans’ ability to repay costs associated with their election of public goods largely depends on their income after sustenance, net income, at times including food, shelter, clothing, heat, education, and transportation. Americans reside in U.S. states subdivided into municipalities that provide public services like police, fire, and roads. U.S. state and local deficits contribute to American public debt while goods and services Americans produce are included in GDP. U.S. state and local debt was $3.11 trillion in 2019. Thus, Americans debt-to-GDP ratio is 121%.
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Mason and Aisha are about to get married. And then they’re separated. But maybe Aisha’s dead. And Mason’s in the hospital with severe burns believing he’s his best-friend. Ultimately as existentialist as the book is a mass-market psychological thriller, Do Not Mix with Alcohol explores the marriage of appearance to reality!
In chapter two, Mason Garnière meets partner Aisha Costello for the first time. For the first time they kiss, make love, and become a couple. And Mason suffers from frostbite while camping during winter in the snow together. But Mason must finish his second semester junior-year midterms alone. Will Mason and Aisha sustain their relationship? Click on the cover and start reading chapter two of Do Not Mix with Alcohol immediately to find out!
Do Not Mix with Alcohol by Ethan Collins ISBN# 978 13 70465 61 3
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Told by recollections of burned-on-the-job firefighter Mason Garnière, Do Not Mix with Alcohol explores the marriage of appearance to reality and implications their union has our on perceived existences.
In chapter one firefighter Mason Garnière has been called to the scene of a fire in the early morning hours of a cold, wintry day. After conducting search and rescue operations it’s learned the dwelling contains one unresponsive body. While first responders try resuscitating the occupant Garnière looks on through a window in the garage and it’s the first time readers discover how closely he lives to death. Click on the cover to start reading chapter one of Do Not Mix with Alcohol immediately!
Do Not Mix with Alcohol by Ethan Collins ISBN# 978 13 70465 61 3
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Do Not Mix with Alcohol
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