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National Debt:

The Federal Government borrows more money per second than the average Arizona household makes annually.

Over the past 363 days, the total national debt has increased by $2.65 trillion. Debt held by the public has increased by $2.4 trillion over the same period (June 20 2023 – June 17 2024), while intragovernmental debt has grown by $246.2 billion.

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October 31, 2023

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🚨 JEC Republicans released their 2024 Republican Response to the President’s Economic Report.

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Congratulations to Andrew Kang and Wesley Butcher for being awarded the Congressional Silver Medal. Both students demonstrated academic excellence, as well as dedication to their communities outside the classroom.

Andrew worked to offer free tutoring to students struggling with math, and advocated for education, among other topics, to be addressed in the Scottsdale Mayor’s Youth Council.

Wesley has volunteered with food banks, schools, and non-profits through the Boy Scouts of America.

It is a pleasure to meet with students who work hard to make a difference. These efforts of dedication to make our communities better is what will ultimately heal our federal republic. Well done to Wesley and Andrew for their outstanding accomplishment!
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Congratulations, Wesley and Andrew! All the best to you both in all you do! Thank you, Congressman Schweikert, for introducing these excellent young men!

Wonderful support of excellence and wonderful to see it. The need for more of it is much the part of our National security. Years of accommodating "command" leave many officers way short of duty as sworn. Each and every stain against what was the best officer corps in the services, the CG, brings us all to face the realities TODAY. And many of the best were tasked to serve the failures of the government without complaint. Over the past the mandate has been to lower the standards to accommodate failures, never faced or acknowledged. Standards so lowered that any proof of leadership has been missing in every action. It is now for each to decide whether to stand or play dead. The young new CG officers deserve way better as does the entirety of the services and all of the Academies. The boots still do the job. They deserve officers to lead and protect them. The services have been made quite the mess while your post here is truly about standing true for the best of our hopes.

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