In the United States, it is no secret that the state of domestic and international affairs for the 247 year old nation has been quickly deteriorating in recent times. Indeed, while it can be debated that the United States has been on a decline as a whole as a nation since the September 11th terrorist attacks (and even prior), over the last several years things have turned from bad to worse for the leading power in the Western world and on the planet at large. Since president Joe Biden entered the oval office in January of 2021, the 46th commander in chief has overseen a period of problems and growing crises within and outside the nation. Early in his term, Biden championed several exorbitant spending packages in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. These were passed by the Democratic controlled congress which existed prior to the 2022 midterms, and trillions of dollars in new spending was authorized. As a result, rampant inflation ensued (at least in part). Today, some 60% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck.
Home ownership has also been made extremely challenging as interest rates continue to rise. In a recent report by Fox business, home ownership is unattainable for median income Americans in 99% of the union. At the southern border, millions of illegal migrants have entered the nation in just two and a half years. For a long time, the United States federal government has been under scrutiny; congress has long been negatively viewed by Americans, and many simply distrust their government.
In truth, the government appears to many Americans at the present to be working against the interests of average people. A recent report regarding a state government may further damage the reputation of governing bodies across the union. Repulsively, the state of New Jersey has supposedly been storing baby DNA and blood- lawyers claim this violates the fourth amendment. A lawsuit was filed.