We’re In The Money—For Now

National debt now exceeds 28 trillion dollars. The typical healthy, educated American mind does not easily understand the magnitude of twenty-eight trillion dollars. Using an Excel workbook, I calculate the magnitude of national debt. The result helps me to visualize national debt by creating imaginary stacks of one-dollar bills.

Visualize this…

A Trillion Here, A Trillion There

My parents lived through the great depression. Looking ahead, I think I see a repeat of history as the democratic socialists — a new label for communism — who have taken control of the Democratic Party, the majority party in both houses of Congress and the White House, pursue a socialist agenda fueled by unbridled, irrational spending.

Challenges Ahead for Businesses, Churches, and Institutions

Sharp divisions between the major political camps are irresolute because politicians are driven by beliefs, rumors, conjecture, and false information. Businesses, on the other hand, are driven by honest and accurate data. Our national debt now approaches $28 trillion. How high is up? If possible to stack 27.8 trillion $1 bills, 7.9 stacks could be …