There will never again be a unified America so long as Congress does not take out its trash and do its job right.
We don’t need all this intelligence bureaucracy if there is transparency in government and government and its contractors live by the same rules, laws and policies as citizens.
Congress had better get it done before the credit bubble crashes, unless their purpose is another civil war. And that includes ending the ability to create money and credit out of thin air. What family doesn’t have to manage their budget? Their banker and lawyer buddies could shut it down if Congress doesn’t get a budget done on time. “It” is the credit bubble, not just the government.
How is Congress going to get the country out from under this banking extortion and government corruption? So long as the political establishment in Washington, D.C. including Congress, the representatives of the people, live by different rules than the people who employ them, there will be division in America. That division will last until all of them are replaced.
Our Speakers of the House all go down in flames. Let’s start with that. But there is also the sordid history of the Clintons, and more. Take this example of corruption: Dennis Hastert “is the longest-serving Republican Speaker of the House in history.”
“In May 2015, Hastert was indicted on federal charges of structuring bank withdrawals to evade bank reporting requirements and making false statements to federal investigators. Federal prosecutors said that the money was to compensate for and conceal deliberately-unspecified misconduct by Hastert against an unnamed individual years earlier. Soon afterward, public accusations emerged that Hastert had sexually abused three male students (including the aforementioned unnamed individual) when he was a teacher more than three decades earlier.”
“In October 2015, Hastert entered into a plea agreement with prosecutors. Under the agreement, Hastert pleaded guilty to the “structuring” charge (a felony), and the charge of making false statements was dropped. In court submissions on sentencing considerations filed in April 2016, federal prosecutors made allegations of sexual misconduct against Hastert, saying that he had molested at least four boys as young as 14 while he worked as a high school wrestling coach decades earlier. At the sentencing hearing later that month, Hastert admitted that he had sexually abused boys whom he coached. The judge in the case referred to Hastert as a “serial child molester” and imposed a sentence of fifteen months in prison, two years’ supervised release, and a $250,000 fine. He entered the Federal Medical Center prison in Rochester, Minnesota on June 22, 2016.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dennis_Hastert