ACTION and your American Experience
Those two will get you speed dialed to your elected representatives at the federal level.
Ignore what we’re told on social media, corporate news even filter what is said in this election season.
Go with your gut and American instinct, observe your surroundings, use your genuine common sense. It’s yours.
Find out how much life is left in our consumer based American economy in time of war. Take what you learn from those who answer your emails, phone calls or tweets and compare that new awareness with your American priorities.
Your family’s interest. Most importantly, you very own American Experience.
Now or Never
Americans are not sharing a 21st century American vision beyond +10 years (2025).
We want to see beyond +400 more years of American security, productivity and prosperity.
U.S.A, U.S.A, U.S.A!
Really? Do you really confidently believe that American chant taunting the global community that we as Americans are the best in the world?
Do you believe in your heart of hearts that the sound of the name “America” still carries the same meaning, influence and impact it did last generation or the one prior?
Preaching to the choir, we all agree something is different. Something in early 21st century America in time of war is not right. Something doesn’t ring loud or the same with U.S.A. It’s cheaper. Worn. Less value. Not as loud, robust or as heavy. Fake?
Global Standard Currency
As private American citizens, where is this 21st century vision for a vibrant America?
See that graph above there? That’s the history of global currency or money.
Each of those countries were once ruling empires in the world.
In 2016, the United States is about to lose the global standard for currency to the Chinese. Since the end of World War II, all goods, services and trade were mandated to use the American Dollar.
Once that’s gone, our printing presses stop making dollars meant to pay our debts.
- A new 21st century American vision?
- Are Americans losing the global standard in currency?
- +400 more years of American security, productivity and prosperity