The total United States Debt is 27 trillion and climbing. The yearly interest on that debt is around
350 billion per year.
Does the Federal Debt really matter? Are they just numbers or do we really have to pay the money
back one day?
If you were going to balance the Federal Budget and pay off the debt, how would you do it? Less
spending? More taxes? Combination?
more people will not obey the law or vice vice versa
explanation: the answer really speaks for itself if the number of prisoners are going up then that means that more people will not obey the law and if less people are going to prison then that means that more people are obeying the law.
yeah sometimes i dont know why maybe cuhz something is bothering you
the colonists had their reasons for creating a weak central (federal) government under the articles of confederation. not only did they create a weak federal government, they restricted the powers of the state governors because they were so concerned about the leaders abusing their power.