USA NO LONGER TOTALLY IN CONTROL OF IT'S DESTINY, details, read F L Sirmans books & blogs. The founding fathers put most of the real power in the hands of the people and the states, but, the people and the states gave up their real power. The states gave up their real power by giving up the right to appoint two senate representatives every six years. And the American people give up their real power by allowing the federal government to seize and keep the family provider role for itself. Whoever carries out the family provider role is the boss and true ruler of the country. Ather cold hard fact on that matter is: It is impossible to Have free competition and a free market place with government finger all in the pie. The more government gets involve the less of a free market place you will have. When government sets a minimum wage which is like a vehicle with reverse and enacts every kind or regulation and mandate one can imagine that means our USA ecomy doesn't even come close to being a free market place. That being the case, one has to tell me that a total collapse is possible. In the distance past a collapsing ecomy was something almost rmal. It was just a rebirth or renewal. The strong nuclear and extended family system along with plenty bartering capacity would keep order until eugh new growth kicked in. We longer have that safety valve anymore, western welfare states has just about destroyed that entire infrastructure. We longer have a strong reliable nuclear and extended family structure anymore everybody is depending on our welfare state daddy.
Freddie L. Sirmans was born in Stockton, Georgia on Dec. 22, 1942. In 1956 he moved with his family to Valdosta, Georgia at the age of fourteen. He finished Pinevale High School in Valdosta, GA. in 1961. He turned down a basketball scholarship to attend Fort Valley State College in GA. upon graduation. In late 1962 Mr. Sirmans enlisted in the U.S. Air Force where he was trained as a fire and crash rescue man and fire fighter. After he spent four years in the Air Force Mr. Sirmans returned to Valdosta in 1966. In 1969 he married Carolyn Laverne Cunningham. That union ended in a divorce in 1980. He has operated several small businesses and help raise four kids. They are Regina, Freddie Jr, Hoover, and Erica. He is so proud of his nine grand children, Zaporia, Hoover II, Yvette, Ayana, Freddie III, Amari, Tommy, Cameron, and Julie. He has a lot to be thankful for. Now Freddie L. Sirmans, Sr. is a published Author of several books.