WA Delegate: None.
Founder: The Kingdom of Blubland
Last WA Update:
Embassies: Bible Believers, Christians, League of Christian Nations, Christian Intellectuals, Union of Christian Nations, The Embassy, SECFanatics, Christianity Union, Massachusetts, Great Britain and Northern Ireland, The White Shoe Association, Colorado, Arizona, United States of America, Jerusalem, Ebenezer, and 77 others.Christian, Teutonic Empire, Japan, The Grand British Union, Christendom, Federation of Conservative Nations, Christmas, Bus Stop, MentosLand, True Land, Gypsy Lands, Union of Nationalists, U R N, Hollow Point, Australia, Republican Army, Pacific Union, World, Pennsylvania, United Arab Emirates, The Confederacy of Free Lands, New Hampshire, Altay, Seattle, New Mexico, The Six Counties of Ulster, Jamaica, Australialia, The Global Democratic Union, Ancient Lands, Hetalia, Edmonton, Novo Brasil, Nova Scotia, Imperial Prussia, Scania, 0000, The Republic of California, International Debating Area, Arconian Empire, Central Eastern Europe, Freedom and Justice Alliance, The NewsStand, Protection Confederation, The Union of Imperials, Hellenic Civilization, The United Caribbean Island Alliance, Monarchist and Democratic Alliance, Christianity, Barbaria, The Fallout Wasteland, Official European Union, The Nation of Nations and Friends, Desert Islands, The Glorious Nation of Arstotzka, Pravda, St Jeanne d Arc, Lardyland, Council of Islamic States, Harmonic, Australian Capital Territory, The Moderate Alliance, Tasmania, Northern Territory, The Prayer Room, 1st Lutheran Christian Community, Finns, The Gordo Alliance of Got Beef, Mission Crabs, Submarine Dongle Communications Cable, Nova Regio, Faerun, Europe but better, Debate Region of the Rhine, The Religious rebel coalition, Dream Land, and Tribute Torch.
Construction of embassies with Armenia has commenced. Completion expected .
Evangelical Christian Nations League contains 4 nations.
Today's World Census Report
The Lowest Overall Tax Burden in Evangelical Christian Nations League
World Census financial experts assessed nations across a range of direct and indirect measures in order to determine which placed the lowest tax burden on their citizens.
As a region, Evangelical Christian Nations League is ranked 15,342nd in the world for Lowest Overall Tax Burden.
|1.||The Republic of Stahhp||New York Times Democracy||“Sisyphus dregged.”|
|2.||The Community of Thinna||Iron Fist Consumerists||“Sisters, let's go down to the river to pray”|
|3.||The Kingdom of Blubland||Moralistic Democracy||“John 3:16”|
|4.||The Empire of Billsburg||Psychotic Dictatorship||“Proverbs 3:5-6”|
- : The Free State of Republic of Armenia of the region Armenia agreed to construct embassies.
- : Embassy cancelled between New celtica and Evangelical Christian Nations League.
- : Embassy cancelled between The islands of blessed and Evangelical Christian Nations League.
- : The Kingdom of Blubland proposed constructing embassies with Armenia.
- : Embassy cancelled between Salem and Evangelical Christian Nations League.
- : Embassy established between Evangelical Christian Nations League and Tribute Torch.
- : The Republic of Stahhp arrived from The Pacific.
- : The Kingdom of Blubland agreed to construct embassies with Tribute Torch.
- : The Republic of Thalson of the region Tribute Torch proposed constructing embassies.
- : Embassy established between Dream Land and Evangelical Christian Nations League.
Evangelical Christian Nations League Regional Message Board
Apologies for not posting a debate yesterday. I had a problem trying to find a debate to talk about. Luckily I finally found one:
"Do you believe floating communities could be a viable concept that could be put into practice?"
Nat. Geo.: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/environment/2019/04/floating-cities-could-ease-global-housing-crunch-says-un/
Also, my condolences to the French nation who has suffered the burning of Our Lady Notre Dame today.
Well, hopefully next week we'll be back to our normal schedule. I honestly didn't plan on stay for as long as I did at a relative's house for Easter. Anyhow, whether or not we've already done this topic:
"Should President Trump release his tax returns?"
The New York Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/22/us/politics/trump-sues-congress.html
I honestly have no idea what's going on anymore.
Hello everybody, hope everyone had a good week. Anyways, on to the debate!
"Do you believe that the Hong Kong extradition bill a good or bad thing?"
The Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/apr/28/hong-kong-residents-protest-at-plans-for-extradition-to-china
Let's cut to the chase for this week:
"Should teachers be allowed to arm themselves on campus?"
KLFY News: https://www.klfy.com/top-stories/florida-lawmakers-pass-bill-expanding-program-that-allows-teachers-to-carry-guns/1984186405
The AP testing weeks are upon us, and I wish good luck to all taking the tests. Anyhow, on to the topic:
"How could Appalachia and other rural areas be able to transition away from single-resource economies?"
To clarify, just put out your ideas to help change rural areas to be more economically stable and viable in the long-term.
The New York Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/12/us/mined-minds-west-virginia-coding.html
"Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the Lord your God goes with you, He will never leave you nor forsake you." Deuteronomy 31:6
May God be with you in this week!
Ok, let's do lighter debate this week:
"What is the best cell phone?"
To clarify, this is just a fun one to basically just tell people what your favorite phone is, whither it's iPhone, Samsung, Nokia, etc...