U.S. DEBT TOPS $22 TRILLION:

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U.S. DEBT TOPS $22 TRILLION:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Wed Feb 13, 2019 2:12 am

Tuesday
02.12.2019
8:12 p.m.
Chicago, Illinois time:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

ONE OF JFK's MOST BRILLIANT ANALYSES AND SOLUTIONS WAS THAT ACCORDING TO THE U.S. CONSTITUTION
THE U.S. TREASURY WAS SUPPOSED TO MINT U.S. MONEY, BACKED BY A GOLD AND SILVER STANDARD.

The reversal of the "then status quo" by JFK is Still On The Books As Law today.

The Federal Reserve, a privately owned Financial Structure who answers to nobody then as now, is printing
our Endless Supply of U.S. Monopoly Money, FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES.

"We the People..." have virtually Zero Accountability for Exact Intake and Outtake of Monies by the U.S.
Government, AND OF COURSE CONSTANT RUNAWAY INFLATION.

The Secret State and The High Cabal constantly runs a Magic Show on "We the People..."

As always, I strongly recommend that you first read, research, and study material completely yourself
about a Subject Matter, and then formulate your own Opinions and Theories.

Any additional analyses, interviews, investigations, readings, research, studies, thoughts, or writings
on any aspect of this Subject Matter ?

Bear in mind that we are trying to attract and educate a Whole New Generation of JFK Researchers
who may not be as well versed as you.

Comments ?

Respectfully,
BB.


U.S. DEBT TOPS $ 22 TRILLION:

National debt tops $22 trillion for the first time as experts warn of ripple effects
USA TODAY Michael Collins,USA TODAY 13 minutes ago

WASHINGTON – The national debt surpassed $22 trillion for the first time on Tuesday, a milestone
that experts warned is further proof the country is on an unsustainable financial path that could
jeopardize the economic security of every American.

The Treasury Department reported the debt hit $22.012 trillion, a jump of more than $30 billion in
just this month.

The national debt has been rising at a faster rate following the passage of President Donald Trump’s
$1.5 trillion tax-cut package a little more than a year ago and as the result of congressional efforts to
increase spending on domestic and military programs. The nation has added more than $1 trillion in
debt in the last 11 months alone.

“Reaching this unfortunate milestone so rapidly is the latest sign that our fiscal situation is not only
unsustainable but accelerating,” said Michael A. Peterson, chief executive officer of the Peter G.
Peterson Foundation, a nonpartisan organization working to address the country’s long-term fiscal
challenges.

For Americans, the growing debt should be a concern, experts said, because over time it can push
up interest rates for consumers and businesses. The higher rates can ripple through the economy,
nudging up rates for mortgages, corporate bonds and other types of consumer and business loans.

A big national debt can also make it harder for the government to increase spending to combat the
next recession or devote more money to retraining workers and helping the poor, among other
programs.

President Donald Trump is pictured during a White House meeting at the Roosevelt Room.

Peterson attributed the growing national debt to "a structural mismatch between spending and
revenues." The biggest drivers are the aging population, high healthcare costs, and growing interest
payments, combined with a tax code that fails to generate sufficient revenue, he said.

The debt eclipsing $22 trillion “is another sad reminder of the inexcusable tab our nation’s leaders
continue to run up and will leave for the next generation,” said Judd Gregg and Edward Rendell,
co-chairmen of the nonpartisan Campaign to Fix the Debt, a project of the nonpartisan Committee
for a Responsible Federal Budget.

With deficits rising and gross debt scheduled to jump by more than $1 trillion annually, Congress
must take action to put the country on a more sustainable path, Gregg and Rendell said.

“The fiscal recklessness over the past years has been shocking, with few willing to step up with a
real plan,” they said. “We need responsible leadership to fix the debt, not a worsening of partisanship.”
Bruce Patrick Brychek
 
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