Strategic Accounting and Allocation of the Federal Budget (Pt. II of IV)

The Fourth Estate

Why America deserves a Federalist Command Economy

As counterintuitive as this will definitely sound, the United States of America has always been designed for Command Economy as opposed to Planned Economy. It was made possible thanks to our Independence from the British Empire and the Ratification of the “Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union.” Alexander Hamilton and his faction in the Federalist Party simply made this more obvious by replacing the Articles of Confederation with the “United States Constitution.” When our Constitution was ratified by the Framers of the Constitution in 1787, America became an official Federalist Union.

Contrary to Jeffersonian propaganda, Hamilton and his Federalist faction were actually opposed James Madison and his faction over the Slavery issue, arguing that Slavery and Madison were antithetical to the Party and America as a Union. It is very peculiar that the language of Article V in the Constitution includes…

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