China, India and other countries have seen their annual GDP numbers grow by 6 to 8 to 10 percent annually. Much of the world has embraced increasing freedom, commerce and capitalism.
Life expectancies have grown, and people are living healthier and happier all over the world.
But not in the United States. A period of steady growth of the government sector, along with life-limiting regulations and laws which punish poor people for strivng, have choked growth for the American people.
Now the US has set a record: 10 consecutive years of growth below 3 percent.