Buy GOLD and SILVER: Massive Government Debt Piling Up: Part Nine:
Dateline: Del Mar, CA: Tuesday, October 15, 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 examined offered some strong suggestions on what types of immediate reforms that any state swimming in public debt might pursue to alleviate some of their fiscal woes.
In this session, FNB takes a look at states running massive deficits.
States Running MASSIVE PUBLIC DEFICITS:
At least twenty-five of the fifty US States are expecting massive, annual, budget freefalls coming into the second decade of the twenty-first century. Here are some gruesome fiscal forecasts:
Twenty-Five States Facing Massive Budget Shortfalls:
Alabama: projecta a $ 128 Million dollar budget deficit
Alaska: projects a $ 2.7 billion dollar deficit
Arizona: projects a $ 104 million dollar budget deficit
Connecticut: projects a $ 900 million dollar budget deficit
Florida: projects a $ 1.6 billion dollar budget deficit
Illinois: projects a $ 6 billion dollar budget deficit
Indiana: projects a $ 140 million dollar budget deficit
Iowa: projects a $ 144 million dollar budget deficit
Kansas: projects ‘hundreds of millions of dollars in budget deficits
Kentucky: projects a $ 156 million dollar budget deficit that could balloon to as much as $ 6 billion when and as pension requirements begin to be calculated
Louisiana: projects a $ 1 billion dollar budget deficit
Minnesota: projects a $ 188 million dollar budget deficit
Nebraska: projects a $ 179 million dollar budget deficit
New Jersey: projects a $ 1.8 billion dollar budget deficit
New York: projects a $ 4 billion dollar budget deficit
North Dakota: projects a $ 400 to $ 700 million dollar budget deficit
Oklahoma: projects between a $ 400 million to $ 600 million dollar budget deficit
Oregon: projects a biennial budget deficit of $ 1.7 billion dollars
Pennsylvania: projects a $ 1 billion dollar budget deficit
Rhode Island: projects a $ 60.2 million dollar budget deficit
South Dakota: projects a $ 33.7 million dollar budget deficit
Texas: projects a $ 1 billion dollar budget deficit
Vermont: projects a $ 45 million dollar budget deficit
West Virginia: projects an $ 11 million dollar budget deficit
Wyoming: projects a $ 770 million dollar budget deficit
In our next session, FNB will take a close look at the big papa of all deficit state spenders: California.
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