How will your candidate handle the 5 top threats that face the US?
1) Lack of US Defense readiness (includes all components of Cyber)
2) A US economy on the ropes and an emerging Chinese economy that is underestimated
3) Global & radical Islamism
4) China, Russia, and North Korea all improving their nuclear readiness while ours suffers
5) Loss of respect and confidence around the world
Questions one and five are related. The security of the U. S.A. Is great at some point. It is excellent in big areas. Small areas each citizen needs to get involve to keep an eye on others and safe the community. To keep up on the resent events around the economy and others issues, the internet is good source to read who is doing better than others. Sometimes, it is just a talk and not reality. We all want peace in the world. We need to pray for peace.
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