Oroville Dam Catastrophe: Once Again, A Wake-Up Call For the Nation
When will this nation get back to work, rebuilding itself and building a future? This magazine
presented last week the disaster that is the New York City transportation system. We can traverse the
nation and find innumerable infrastructure disasters. The Trump administration this week is holding a
series of events to focus on infrastructure. The Democrats in the Congress are talking about their
proposed infrastructure program, but have yet to submit a bill.
The President under assault by the combined forces of the British Empire, the intelligence community,
the loser element of the Democrats, and the incessant noise of the media, nevertheless has redefined the
relations of the United States with the rest of the world. That is good.
Now he must deliver on his promise to make America great again. That simply means putting millions
of people to work to build a great nation. It can no longer be a nice slogan. It must deliver results.
The promise of the President to build and rebuild America’s infrastructure echoes exactly what
President Franklin D. Roosevelt did do, along with his other programs, that not only created the
physical economic powerhouse that could fight and win World War II, but saved the lives, and changed
the lives, of millions of Americans all through the 1930s.
The American people must stand up and demand that the President and the Congress put up or the
continued collapse of the nation will shut them up. That should not and must not be where we are