America Has Millions Of Millennial Brats That Need To Move Away From Mommy And Daddy And Start Acting Like Adults

If young adults are America’s future, then they better get their act together.  Today, over 30 percent of 18 to 34-year-olds live with their parents or other family members.  Meanwhile, marriage rates and fertility rates in the United States have both hit record lows in recent years.  Instead of coddling these self-absorbed Millennial narcissists well into their adult years, we need to be kicking them out of the nest and encouraging them to learn to fend for themselves.  In many instances, if they do not learn how to act like adults by the time they are 35, they never will.  It is time for parents all over America to exercise some tough love, because we are facing a major national crisis.

The Budget-Busting $1.3 Trillion Spending Bill That Was Just Passed By Congress Is A Betrayal Of The American People

I don’t know if I even have the words to express how disgusted I am with the omnibus spending bill that was just rushed through Congress. Members of the House of Representatives were given less than 24 hours to read this 2,232 page monstrosity of a bill before they were expected to vote on it, and so obviously nobody was able to read the entire thing before the vote was held. This is the kind of thing that Democrats were greatly criticized for in the past, but now it is Republicans that are doing it. The Republican Party is supposed to stand for limited government, and this is yet another example that shows how badly broken the system in Washington has become.

Goodbye American Dream: The Average U.S. Household Is $137,063 In Debt, And 38.4% Of Millennials Live With Their Parents

Once upon a time the United States had the largest and most vibrant middle class in the history of the world, but now the middle class is steadily being eroded. The middle class became a minority of the population for the first time ever in 2015, and just recently I wrote about a new survey that showed that 78 percent of all full-time workers in the United States live paycheck to paycheck at least part of the time. But most people still want to live the American Dream, and so they are going into tremendous amounts of debt in a desperate attempt to live that kind of a lifestyle.

78 Percent Of U.S. Workers Are Living ‘Paycheck To Paycheck’ And 71 Percent Of Them Are In Debt

Are you living paycheck to paycheck? Is so, you are just like most other hard working Americans. As you will see below, 78 percent of full-time workers in the United States say that they are living paycheck to paycheck. That is the highest figure ever recorded, and it is yet more evidence that the middle class is under an increasing amount of stress. The cost of living is rising at a much faster pace than our paychecks are, and more families are falling out of the middle class with each passing month. Unfortunately, this is something that the mainstream media really doesn’t want to talk about these days. Instead, they just keep having us focus on the soaring financial markets which are being grossly artificially inflated by global central banks.

Will America’s Prosperity Be Completely Wiped Out By Our Growing Debt?

The federal government is now 20.4 trillion dollars in debt, and most Americans don’t seem to care that the economic prosperity that we are enjoying today could be completely destroyed by our exploding national debt. Over the past decade, the national debt has been growing at a rate of more than 100 million dollars an hour, and this is a debt that all of us owe. When you break it down, each American citizen’s share of the debt is more than $60,000, and so if you have a family of five your share is more than $300,000. And when you throw in more than 6 trillion dollars of corporate debt and nearly 13 trillion dollars of consumer debt, it is not inaccurate to say that we are facing a crisis of unprecedented magnitude.

Washington D.C. Is Essentially Just A Gigantic Money Machine

If you have ever wondered why our leaders in Washington D.C. seem to act so strangely, the truth is that it almost always comes down to just one thing. It has been said that “money makes the world go round”, and that is definitely true in Washington. This year the federal government will spend more than 4 trillion dollars, and that represents well over one-fifth of our national GDP. With so much money coming in and so much money going out, the stakes are incredibly high, and that is why so much money is poured into political campaigns on the national level.

The 25 Year-Old Economic Depression Model and Predictions

The world economy is in the middle of a depression period that will last the rest of this decade and run perhaps well into the 2020s. This depression period and the others that the world has experienced since the late 1700s were due to an 80 year cycle of paradigm change in physics and technology development. Twenty-five years ago, this author developed an economic model concerning this relationship between physics paradigm changes and depressions and described the model and the evidence for it in a book titled: The Periodic Production of Rationalized Phenomena and the Past Periodic Depressions. In the early 1990s, I then predicted, based on the model, that there would be a 10 year economic boom starting about the year 2000 in the countries that led in the development of Quantum Mechanics-based technology followed by a financial crisis around 2009 and a long depression period perhaps lasting 12 years. The prediction proved correct. Unprecedented peacetime lending and currency creation has kept the usual depression symptoms at bay, but conditions will get worse during this decade. Here’s the model, some information about the current economic situation, and predictions.

The 25 Year-Old Economic Depression Model and Predictions

(Guest article by Edward Lewis of sciencejunk.org) The world economy is in the middle of a depression period that will last the rest of this decade and perhaps well into the 2020s. This depression period and the others that the world has experienced since the late 1700s were due to an 80 year cycle of change in physics and technology development. Twenty-five years ago, this author developed an economic model concerning this relationship between physics paradigm changes and depressions and described the model and the evidence for it in a book titled: The Periodic Production of Rationalized Phenomena and the Past Periodic Depressions. I then predicted, based on the model, that there would be an economic boom in the countries that led in the development of Quantum Mechanics-based technology in the first decade of this century followed by a financial crisis around 2009 and a long depression period perhaps lasting 12 years. The prediction proved correct. Unprecedented peacetime lending and currency creation has kept the usual depression symptoms at bay, but conditions will get worse during this decade. Here’s the model, some information about the current economic situation, and predictions.