Economy

American Syndicate is pro-business and advocates a competitive marketplace—principally supporting small and medium size companies, and family businesses. This entrepreneurial activity is the backbone of the American economy today and in the future. We believe that less regulation, globally competitive tax rates, and fair open markets are the catalyst of a booming economy, and empowers the advancement of businesses and individuals in the workforce.

We demand that when citizens contribute their personal assets to the government through taxation, that those funds ought to be treasured, only used for the benefit of all, and never converted into profits for any individuals, private interests, or corporate organizations.

We must curtail deficit spending and always have a clear plan to repay any debt. We know our economy creates booms and busts, bubbles, and greed; during tumultuous times, there must be an economic foundation that carries all Americans through the peril.

At times the national balance sheet will have imbalances. We understand sometimes this can be due to, among other circumstances, national security issues, weather disasters, or down-turns in the economy. Notwithstanding, we believe that debt strangles America’s ability to economically maneuver, defend against enemies, and reinvest in our own infrastructure, which is dangerous to our future, safety, and long-term stability. Further, we oppose any budget that doesn’t address our current debt load, or creates new unmanageable imbalances in the future.

As of June 2019, federal debt held by the public was $16.17 trillion and intra-governmental holdings were $5.86 trillion, for a total national debt of $22.03 trillion. This is a disturbing circumstance that could have the effect of weakening our national security and defense, and usurp a prosperous future from the next generations. We think conservative financial and monetary principals must be central to our economic policies to keep America strong.

We also want to iterate the differences between socialism, communism, and what we believe is the moral and economically sound conditions for a prosperous America today and for generations to come.  Without the rhetoric of candidates and political parties.  

We do not propose a centralized government, or fascism.  Nor are we suggesting a governmental taking over the means of production, but we do believe certain parts of the economy should be supported by governmental actions and monetary investment. Most Americans pay taxes and we believe these should be used to support certain sectors of the economy; these sector include healthcare, education, and national security.

Overview—Our central economic priority is to help build the wealth and prosperity of the working middle class. We focus on the inequality of wage and income growth, safety and security, upward mobility, savings, retirement, and healthcare. We want to build an economy where everyone has an honest chance to succeed and reap the many benefits of American greatness. Reversing the trend of the top 1% gaining 90% of the wealth and economic growth in America, is American Syndicate’s number one economic priority.

American Syndicate is pro-business—principally supporting small and medium size companies, and family businesses. This entrepreneurial activity is the backbone and heartbeat of the American economy today and in the future.

We demand when citizens are giving their personal assets(taxes) to support their government and the greater good, those funds ought to be treasured, and only used for the benefit of all and never converted into profits for any individual, private interest, or corporate organization.

We must curtail deficit spending and always have clear plans to repay any debt. We know our economy creates booms and busts, bubbles, and greed; during tumultuous times there must be an economic foundation that carries all Americans through the peril.

At times the national balance sheet will have imbalances. We understand sometimes this can be due to, among other circumstances, national security issues, weather disasters, or down-turns in the economy. Notwithstanding, we believe debt that strangles Americas ability to maneuver and reinvest in our own infrastructure is dangerous to our future, safety, and long-term stability. Further, we oppose to any budget that doesn’t address our current debt load, or creates new unmanageable imbalances in the future.

As of July 31, 2017, the U.S. federal government’s total debt stands at $19.845 trillion, and is now greater than our gross domestic product (GDP).  Net interest payments on this debt, which amounts to 6.8 percent of all federal expenditures, are estimated to total $276.2 billion for the 2017 fiscal year.  Gross Domestic Product or GDP measures the total yearly value of everything produced by all the people and companies in the United States. That means we owe more than everyone in America makes, put together, in a year. We could all work for the whole year at our jobs, this includes workers and owners, and give the government every penny we made from what we produced, and it still wouldn’t pay off the debt. This is a disturbing circumstance that could have the effect of weakening our national security and defense, and usurp a prosperous future from the next generations. We think conservative financial and monetary principals must be central to our economic policies to keep America strong.

Jobs, jobs, jobs! We think the answers are rooted in the ideas described here in this mission statement. Once the political system is restored to serve the people, where all Americans are empowered to achieve and have the freedom to live in health and safety, and be educated to the best of their desire and ability in something they have interest, the stagnation most in America feel today will lift. The disbelief in the future of the American dream is rooted in the real experience of millions of working Americans who can’t afford to send their kids to college and retire being cared for and with dignity. American citizens everywhere are living in fear of their future. That fear is centered around career, safety, health or family illness, and retirement and old age. Men and woman left behind need support and freedom—empowerment—to learn something new, find a different passion, and concentrate on pursuing a career that builds a future of success and happiness. This is the dream America promises to all.

Project details

  • Plank 1: Wage and Income Disparity
  • Plank 2: GDP Growth
  • Plank 3: Balanced Budget and National Debt
  • Plank 4: Fair Progressive Taxation
  • Plank 5: Trade

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