I searched Mr. Ivie’s letter, Reaper, June 6, page 3A, and could not find one single program or suggestion to improve our situation or aid the country. Under President Trump the economy is good, employment is the best of several years, we are at peace and there is no collusion with Russia. 

We all have neurosis. If you don’t believe me, ask the 27 psychiatrists mentioned in this letter. 

Tariffs are for the purpose of leveling out trade imbalances and a primary source of federal revenue under the Constitution, Article I, Section 8, Cl 1. Neuroses not required. 

There are two dozen ways to stir up my neuroses. All I have to do is check out President Trump’s potential opponents in the next election. Increased taxes. Open borders. The Socialist programs of free everything. Does Mr. Ivie want me, as a human, to trust those programs? I hope not. Those programs do not work. 

How about some suggestions to improve the nation? The people could demand repeal of the 16th Amendment. 

President Trump proved that tax reduction improves the economy. Repeal of the 17th Amendment is essential for the states to supervise their creation, the federal government. Get out of the United Nations. 

The United States pays about one fourth of the United Nations’ budget and it is difficult to find one policy which benefits the U.S. Dealing with our $22 trillion debt requires repeal of the Federal Reserve Act of 1913. 

President Trump needs support not foolish impeachment (harassment) as pressed for by his opposition. 

L.S. Brown

Richfield

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