Double 11 Jeopardy on the Hill?

Archiving the real congressional legislation that may make the DEEP STATE deeper than it is today…

ALERT!

What is archived above is a PDF of the reintroduced bill (H.R.1111) that is innocuously titled, “To establish a Department of Peacebuilding, and for other purposes”

The video that follows is a nearly a 30-minute commentary on H.R.1111 from independent YouTube producer Dave Hodges.

All I have to say at this time is read the bill and form your own opinion. The Hodges commentary prompts me to remember when I first heard that the next role that is most coveted by former President Barrack Obama is the title of Secretary General of the United Nations. Not likely, right, as long as Donald Trump holds the title of POTUS? When the issue was raised in the past, the idea was rebutted by many fact checkers. But if you view the video below, you can see the great mutual admiration between Obama and his United Nations gallery during his last address before that body.

By the way, I have scoured the web to search for additional commentary (left and right) on HR1111, but have found none, so, that leads me to post a question on QUORA.

Prime Ponders

More Toll Roads to Fix America’s Pension Crisis?

At first read, the #SCS* of this story seems to make sense…
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* SCS = #SocialCurrentSee

Even though toll roads are almost as ancient as civilization, the idea remains a mixed blessing. Government officials at every level embrace the idea as a win-win. Taxing authorities defray or avoid full-revenue generation to pay for vital transportation needs while they offload much of the administrative cost for transportation. Taxpayers unevenly assume the costs of toll roads because those who pay are only those who use. Seems fair? ▶ NUZZEL

A comprehensive look at the crisis of unfunded pension liabilities and what must be done to avoid the same problem in the future

As the generational bubble of the Baby Boomers begins to retire, it is increasingly evident that governments, corporations, and individuals have failed to adequately prepare for the obligations and needs of this giant cohort. Retirees are outliving actuarial life expectancies, pension liabilities are skyrocketing, pension plans are underfunded, and medical costs rise, the United States alone can expect unfunded liabilities to exceed $4 trillion.

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