Some Millennials are likely to be alive in 3 different centuries – the 20th, 21st and 22nd. Living to be 100 sounds “good,” but affording it might be a challenge.
Who can forget the Crash of 2008, the so-called Financial Crisis. The experts tell us it was because of too much debt – ergo, it is also commonly referred to as the Debt Crisis. Sadly, household debt has surpassed 2008 levels. However, housing debt is still about $1 trillion below 2008 – the 2008 crash is also often referred to as the Housing Crash.
Who believes that 46 million individuals (14.5% of the total population) in the wealthiest nation on Earth – indeed, the wealthiest nation that there ever was – must have food provided for them from the government?
As well, compared to other nations (particularly China) our emissions are going down and far below what was projected. My personal assessment is that CO2 is not a pollutant, but, rather, the staff of life. Nonetheless, in or out of the Paris Accord, the USA appears to be leading the way. We’re already back to 1995 levels.