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Buy GOLD and SILVER: Massive Government Debt Piling Up: Part Four:

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Dateline: Del Mar, CA: Tuesday, October 08, 2019

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In our last session, FNB continued our public debt series. We discussed and turned our attention to the mounting, ever-escalating mountains of government debt. Government debt that piles up, layer upon layer in most of our cities, townships, states and of course federal government.

FNB took a close look at the city of Chicago and its seemingly insurmountable public indebtedness.

In this session, FNB begins to ask the question: “What types of reforms could the city of Chicago and other so debt-ridden American cities begin to imagine and then implement?”

The City of Chicago In Debt and In Need of FISCAL and POLITICAL REFORM:

Over the last two sessions, FNB has focused our attention on the burdened and financially drowning city of Chicago. We have looked at some of the component parts that have cast this financial pall upon this once great American city.

FNB now looks at what kind of political and fiscal reforms might the City of Chicago and other so-encumbered cities imagine and then begin to implement. Our intent here is to point the finger of blame directly at the bureaucrats that caused this city to sink into financial instability and continue to press down the very people they are tasked to support.

The Counsel of Wisdom: How to Right a Capsized Fiscal Ship:

What is a city to do when it bleeds red ink?

How can the leadership of any city turn a sinking financial ship around?

What fiscal and political move can a city council enact that will inject fresh optimism into a failing system?

FNB puts forth the following strong suggestions that the city leaders of Chicago and all other cities and townships immediately institute to stop the fiscal hemorrhaging that they themselves have caused–caused as direct and predictable consequences as a result of their own poor policies.

Impact legislation: FNB strongly urges all cities in fiscal downturns and that face the overburden of lingering past indebtedness begin to cast emergency legislation that trigger the onset of new directions
Impact legislation that sparks entrepreneurship: FNB believes in the power of small businesses, that are properly funded and rightfully managed as keys to any fiscal recover. Cities that face economic despair must find ways to spark entrepreneur-ism
Housing and personal residence: there is a huge difference between an occupant of a dwelling and a resident that owns the dwelling. Residents care for their properties. Residents pay taxes. Residents provide safety and long-term stability. Cities in despair and in long-term disrepair have to focus large swaths of their fiscal resources upon establishing fair housing for all
Crime prevention and the eradication of drugs and poisonous substances: too many cities are plagued by drugs and the wake of suffering that such substances wreak on a city. Cities that are crumbling must focus resources on the complete eradication of drugs from their borders
Responsible citizens that build and then protect assets: the focus of every city council member in cities that deteriorate has to shift towards: personal responsibility for its citizens

These solutions seem so simple. And yet they are seemingly seldom addressed in direct and forthright manners.

decreasing levels of public services.
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FNB, a national precious metals industry leader and reputable gold and silver coin dealer urges investors, bond-holders, speculators and all who manage and/or oversee their family’s financial portfolio begin now migrating larger allocations into the historical safe harbors of: Gold and Silver.

Jon Cavuoto,

Founder and Owner,
First National Bullion
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