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  • The Current States of America

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    answers on the matter. Bob Herbert, columnist and professor of journalism, wrote about the current condition of America in “A Fire in the Basement,” an introduction to a collection of his editorials, Promises Betrayed: Waking up from the American Dream (2005). The “fire” he is referring to, is the idea that America is falling apart from the inside out, and we aren’t even aware of it. He suggests that our current state as a world power is in decline, and it’s not the terrorists we should be worried about

  • The Current State of the United States Economy

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    that are stating the economy of United States is improving. Many Americans are still without jobs, and do not believe their income can continue to support their families. The cost of purchasing a home is going up in many areas across the country, which is good for the market, but can be bad for the first time homebuyer. Unemployment, expectations, consumer income, interest rates are economic factors that influence individuals behavior and the United States fiscal policy. The following gives examples

  • The Current State of the U.S. Economy

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    The Current State of the U.S. Economy The United States economy is racing ahead at dangerous speeds, and it may be too late to prevent the return of widespread inflation. Ideally the economy should move ahead gradually and grow at a steady manageable rate. Mae West once stated “Too much of a good thing can be wonderful” and it seems the U.S. Treasury Secretary agrees. The Secretary announced that due to our increasing surplus and booming economy, instead of having an outsized tax cut, we should

  • The Viewpoints on the Current State of Healthcare in the United States

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    There are essentially two different beliefs about the current state of healthcare in the US. To some extent, they mirror the left/right split in politics, though the split along party lines isn’t a complete one. Therefore, I’ll refer to these as the conservative viewpoint, which is strongly opposed to universal healthcare, and the liberal viewpoint, which in general supports universal healthcare. On the one hand, the conservative viewpoint is that healthcare is an individual responsibility. If an

  • The United States Current Account Deficit

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    The largest and richest world economy belongs to the United States (“North America,” 2011). Interestingly, this same monstrous economy also holds the title for the largest current account deficit. The U.S. current account deficit is funded from net capital inflows from abroad and has continued to grow throughout the last two decades (Holman, 2001). Economists in the early part of this century theorized that this huge U.S. external deficit was sustainable because it would gradually correct itself

  • Current State of the Republican Party

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    wasn't the Republican parties knight in shinning armor. The election results proved otherwise and in areas where it counted President Obama won over the key states in regard to electoral college votes. Obama won the battleground states of Ohio, Virginia, Iowa, New Hampshire, Wisconsin, Nevada and Colorado and then eventually florida. One key state to the succes was Pennsylvania, where Romney made an 11th-hour bid for support to try to derail the president’s drive for re-election. North Carolina was

  • Current Macroeconomic Situation in the United States

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    The United States is the leading economy across the globe and experienced several tribulations in the recent past following the 2008 global recession. Despite these recent challenges, there are expectations among policymakers and financial experts that the country will experience solid economic growth. Actually, financial analysts have stated that the U.S. economy will be characterized by increased consumer spending, increased investments by businesses, reduced rate of unemployment, and reduction

  • What Is the Current State of the United States Budget?

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    careful thought by the full House and Senate and each appropriation bill is signed by the President (Segal, 2010; National priorities Project, 2013). Then the budget becomes the law (Segal, 2010; National priorities Project, 2013). What is the current state of the Federal Budget? According to Shultz (2002), individuals and businesses fund the Federal Government through personal income and payroll taxes. With the unemployment rate at 8.1% as of January 1st 2014 (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2014) there

  • The Current State of Marriage

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    importance of having a sound and lasting marriage has declined in recent years. The divorce rate in America is currently 50% of all marriages; this means that for every two couples wed, one of those couples will end up separated. (CITATION) The current state of marriage as exemplified in Didion’s essay “Marrying Absurd” and evident in modern society is a direct result of cultural values towards marriage, religious beliefs in relation to marriage, and the ideas today’s society has towards marriage.

  • Current Trend of Wildfires in the United States

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    The purpose of this report is to analyze the current trend of wildfires in the United States and its severity and demonstrate how remotely piloted can help mitigate this at higher rates by recommending to the target audience that use of UAVs be put into law. With the current rate of devastating droughts throughout the country there couldn’t be a better time to recommend a use of technology that seems to be the way of the future. This report will cover how UAVs can be used for surveillance and reconnaissance