Donald Trump

The U.S. Presidential election is on November 3, 2020. The 59th quadrennial presidential election since George Washington founded The United States is this year. Donald Trump can be voted out of The Oval Office.

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Congress Robs The Nation

Capitalism is a deflationary force. That means the market system drives prices of goods lower. For instance, since so called democratization of publishing after advent, accessibility, and speed of the world-wide web and new file formats, portable reading devices, and retailers for book publishers, the price of novels dropped astoundingly from over $20 for a hardcover to 99 cents for an e-book today. This price drop represents a 2,000 percent price decrease!

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U.S. National Debt

Barack Hussein Obama borrowed about $10 trillion dollars to operate his U.S. Administration over eight years, 2008-2016. Barack Obama was the first President in U.S. history to borrow that much money. Excluding George W. Bush who responded to September 11, 2001 terror attacks, the second largest amount borrowed by a President was less than one-third: Democrat William Jefferson Clinton borrowed about $3 trillion dollars.

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▲Church Religion

In September of 2019 Church finally began advertising its own religion. Religion starts as Church administers its belief in law.

Church provides religion Three Domains of Law. According to its faith there are three laws to follow, Physical Law, Natural Law, and Social Law; Church followers obey substantial, life, and/or human order. Read about a fourth law Church considers possible at the Religion page written on Faith.

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U.S. Debt and GDP Ratio

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 had an unprecedented debated over whether to raise 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.

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