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To facilitate and encourage the election of 50 new Members to the House of Representatives from the MI Generation, individuals born since 1980.

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Taxes

We are a compassionate society that strongly believes in equality and fairness. Such noble principles, however, are notably absent from our tax system, which is regressive rather than progressive, meaning that the effective tax rate decreases as income increases. For example, if one earns less than $113,700 in 2013, she will pay 7.65% in payroll taxes but will pay only…

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Divide and Rule

Excerpts from Confessions of an Old Man A permanent feudal class Two major political parties, Democrats and Republicans, have successfully divided the country in recent decades to maintain their rule. They, as part of the Beltway Beast, have split the nation into categories of conservative versus liberal, blue versus red, left versus right, and us versus them. By 2045, the…

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Immigration

Excerpts from Confessions of an Old Man “America is not just a country, it’s an idea.” Bono Fearmongering is one of the most potent cards politicians hold in order to get elected, whether there is any substance to the rhetoric or not. American politicians are no different. Some American politicians hold the most powerless people in society responsible for any…

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Profiting from Student Debt

Excerpts from Confessions of an Old Man “Washington borrows at 2 percent and charges students 7 percent in interest” The federal government has been profiting from student debt earning $66 billion on loans originated from 2007 to 2012, according to Senator Elizabeth Warren. The profits could be as high as $185 billion on new student loans made over the next…

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Stealing from Millennials and Future Generations

Excerpts from Confessions of an Old Man “There’s nothing like doing things with other people’s money.” President Donald Trump Every US president since Reagan has added hundreds of billions to the national debt compared to his predecessor. President Trump may top all the previous presidents by having an estimated annual deficit of $1 trillion by 2020 or even sooner. Congress…

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Foreign Policy

America faces a paradox when it comes to foreign policy. US domestic politics engender short-term, tactical thinking based on election cycles. Foreign policy, on the other hand, calls for a long-term strategic vision. Washington seems to view foreign policy as if it were short-term in nature. Perhaps this explains why our leaders are so obsessed with the cult of personality,…

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