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Why Charter Schools Succeed

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1. The Composition of GDP

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Is Single Payer Right For America?

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Better Ways To Preserve Environment

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Restoring Our National Security

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Good Teacher Investments Pays Dividends

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2. Understanding Unemployment Rate

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Falling Short: SS, Medicare, Payroll Taxes

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Establishing Credibility In Foreign Affairs

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Helping Those Who Need It Most

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3. Education And Growth

   

 

Achieving Foreign Policy Deterrence

 

 

Free Speech

Should It Be Prohibited

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4. Paradox of Household Income 

   

Why Cyber Is Different

 

Who Can Restrict Free Speech

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5. How's The Middle Class Doing  

   

HOW CYBER ATTACKS THREATEN OUR SECURITY

 

 
       

NATO  Ensuring Liberal Democracy

 

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Republicans Promised to Cut the Deficit.
Itís Only Getting Worse Bloomberg

Can We Afford Entitlements?

   
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  Current Nominal GDP is $17.5 trillion. It will grow at about 4%. The resulting $700 billion for 2019 will grow about 4%. For the past 200 plus years we have inflated our way to a manageable debt. If this fails, a political fight with national sacrifices we have not made since WW2. Entitlements are a political arrangement. The last 1990 rate increase was from 15.02% to 15.3%. The change 0.0028
today would COST A 2016 MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD ABOUT $60,000 X 0.0028 = $168 PER YEAR. See

 

   
 

Source: Entitlements