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Luck RMB

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Founder: The Total Monarchy of Taralania

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Most Cheerful Citizens: 1,500th Most Pacifist: 1,536th Best Weather: 1,549th+4
Most Popular Tourist Destinations: 1,735th Most Beautiful Environments: 1,858th Longest Average Lifespans: 1,983rd Most Inclusive: 2,310th
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Luck contains 3 nations.

Today's World Census Report

The Lowest Overall Tax Burden in luck

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, luck is ranked 15,345th in the world for Lowest Overall Tax Burden.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Free Federated States of The Huterric UnionLeft-Leaning College State“With diversity comes strength, with freedom comes glory”
2.The Planet-Creating God Dogs of Archipelago of JupidogCorrupt Dictatorship“Woof! Bark! Rub my tummy!”
3.The Democratic Commonwealth of The YeelandsLiberal Democratic Socialists“Liberty, fairness, justice”

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Luck Regional Message Board

BOOLAH! from your friends in Bigtopia.

We are having a World Factbook contest next week. Our tiny region plans to have similar contests on a weekly basis, and would love to have some new contestants. Every nation will be viewed by myself, and given our small size, there is a good chance for yours to not only be viewed but also win.

On Monday, March 25th, we will begin a poll. All nations resident in Bigtopia will be on it, and we will vote for which World Factbook is our favorite. This is purely subjective and could be anything from which was funniest, well thought out, realistic, or whatever. In true Bigtopian spirit, there will be no official rule, but true gentlemen wouldn't vote for themselves.

Note: I am not recruiting new members, but rather encouraging anyone who wishes to participate to make/send a puppet. I care not for the WA, so keep your WA nation with your primary region.

Thank you and good luck,
~IJ

Well, the investigation into the White House has ended! 2 years, a couple of people sent to prison, and now we ask ourselves:

"What will happen next with the Mueller Report, the other congressional investigations, and the Administration as a whole?"

To clarify, this week is just going to be speculation really.

The New York Times: https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/mueller-finds-no-trump-russia-conspiracy-but-stops-short-of-exonerating-president-on-obstruction-of-justice/ar-BBVaNbB?li=BBnb7Kz&OCID=ansmsnnews11

Quick announcement, I'm going on a family trip this week, so forgive me if the next debate is a day late. Anyhow :

"Should the US assist in the development of nuclear power in Saudi Arabia?"

TIME: http://time.com/5560992/saudi-arabia-nuclear-energy-deal-rick-perry/

The trip was wonderful if anyone was wondering, I got to go to Powell's Bookstore in Portland. Anyways, here's this week's debate:

"Is the UK internet regulation bill a good or bad idea?"

To clarify, do you agree with the UK's attempt to regulate the internet?

Business Insider: https://www.businessinsider.com/uk-force-apple-google-facebook-censor-apps-and-sites-featuring-harmful-content-2019-4
Business Insider: https://www.businessinsider.com/dcms-white-paper-uk-lays-out-proposed-laws-to-regulate-social-media-2019-4?r=US&IR=T
TechCrunch: https://techcrunch.com/2019/04/08/uk-sets-out-safety-focused-plan-to-regulate-internet-firms/

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?"

Engineering: https://www.engineering.com/BIM/ArticleID/18941/UN-Brings-Back-Controversial-Floating-City-Concept.aspx
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?"

Reuters: https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/thousands-take-to-hong-kong-streets-to-protest-new-extradition-laws/ar-BBWmW7Y?ocid=spartanntp#page=2

BBC: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-48084019

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?"

Reuters: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-guns-florida-idUSKCN1S74GZ

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

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...

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