Lucky Narain (Populist America)

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Lucky Narain
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47th President of the United States
In Office:
January 20th, 2025-2029
Vice President: Ashley Reagan
Preceded by: Hilary Clinton
Succeeded by: Charles Patrick Edwards
Senator from Virginia
In office:
January 20, 2017 - December 19th, 2025
Preceded by: Mark Warner
Succeeded by: Eric Cantor
Born: February 18th, 1977 Charlottesville, VA
Nationality: American
Political party: Libertarian
Spouse: None
Children: None
Alma mater: George Washington University
Occupation: Lawyer, Businessman, Professor
Religion: Agnostic Theism

Lucky Narain was the 47th President of the United States (2025–2029). Narain was a tenured law professor and author. As a United States Senator from Virginia in the 2020s, he promoted limited government under the rubric "Ron Paul Libertarianism". In the presidential election of 2024, Narain easily won the Libertarian nomination, despite having no previous executive office experience. To date, Narain is the last sitting Senator to be directly elected President of the United States. .

Narain, a tenured law professor, deeply believed in the Libertarian Movement, which held that government had taken too much control of the economy and the lives of the individual, and that by removing the government from economic management and its authority over individual liberty, both the economy, and the confidence of the American people would begin to recover. Narain's actions towards a greater emphasis on individual freedom, legalizing cannabis, censorship, and legalizing the free download of music are often considered both effective at and popular. Narain tried to combat the Second Depression with volunteer efforts and deregulating as much of the economy as possible, none of which produced economic recovery during his term, and are often blamed for the severity of the economic crisis. The consensus among historians is that Narain's defeat in the 2028 election was caused primarily by failure to end the downward economic spiral. As a result of these factors, Narain often is remembered with two opinions; as an arbiter of greater liberty, and as the man who let the US fall into the worst depression in its history.

Election of 2024

Presidency 2025-2029

Narain began his presidency on an optimistic note, and hailed the the beginning of a new era of American liberty.

Narain's first act upon entering office was the dissolution of the Department of Homeland Security into several more nimble agencies, the largest was the Office of Disaster Relief, which would act only as an administrative tool over other agencies during a natural disaster. All counter-terrorist, and as Narain argued, unconstitutional activities were discontinued.

Drug Reform

Along with various executive orders, Narain began to push for the liberalization of American drug policy, arguing for the legalization of cannabis and LSD.Cocaine,Methanphetamines and Heroin were not included, as President Narain believed them to still be too controversial even for the Libertarian majority. The bill narrowly passed, however only Cannabis was legalized outright while heroin and LSD were deemed for medicinal and rehabilitory uses only.

LGBT Rights

Narain presided over one of the most ground breaking pieces of civil rights legislation in American history, the Marriage Equality Act, which stated that Marriage be defined as a religious institution and that only "Contractual Unions of Two or More Consenting Adults" be recognized. Effectively this bill ended marriage as a federally recognized legal institution, but in doing so it allowed for anyone to apply for a civil union. LGBT Unions and Polygamous unions following this legislation, as well as a brief spike on assaults of LGBT individuals.

Judicial Appointments

President Narain appointed the largest number of Libertarian Federal judges in US History, leading to a multitude of landmark cases on constitutionality well beyond the end of his administration. Cases like Mertz v. California, Jones v. Alabama, and Pegg v S. Carolina ended government authority over censorship; while cases like Orin v New Mexico, Jackson v Washington, and Wheeler v Ohio essentially outlawed copyright.

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