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The United States of America was founded on July 4, 1776, gaining independence from England. After its first Civil War, which was fought over slavery, America rose to power, and, by the time World War I ended, was the most powerful nation on the face of the Earth.
The Second Civil War occured from 2006-2008, between the Republic (who were loyal to President Bush) and the Democratic States of America (or DSA, loyal to the illegitimate President Kerry). You can read more about the Second Civil War in Bush Third Term, Democratic States of America (Bush Third Term), and Republic of America (Bush Third Term).
Presidents Paul and Strickland
President Ron Paul helped rebuilt the nation, serving as President from August 16, 2010 until his death on January 19, 2015. Ted Strickland, a Democrat from the DSA state of Ohio, took office and served until January 20, 2021, serving one full term from 2017-2021 and one partial term from 2015-2017. He is seen as a wonderful President as well. He did mostly nothing, just bask in the glow of a wonderful nation on the part of Presidents Bush and Paul.
Under President Paul, the U.S. ended its alliances with China, the EU, and all other nations, and adopted the Sweden Act, which made the U.S. an entirely nuetral nation, as is Sweden (hence the name "Sweden Act"). They left the UN, WTO, NAFTA, CAFTA, NAU, and all other official international alliances but still engaged in free trade and kept a standing army.
The U.S. Today
The current U.S. President is Fred Aramack, a war hero who led the Republican invasion of Maryland. He served as Governor of Oregon from 2015-2020, and considers himself as a moderate. He is a member of the Constitution Party. Ron Paul is one of his favorite presidents, and his "hero."