A minimalist part for government is generally the desire of economists. It will not be a surprise to see a lot of calls for the governments to make extreme actions to eliminate the deficits in their budget even if the body of the economic recession that is happening globally is still warm. The fear that the government will be in a great debt and will be totally out of the bond market if they will not have a balance on the budget that they have, and this is the cause of strengthening the demands.
But as what was seen during the 1990s when a lot of governments created surplus on their budgets, the critics of the government will only result in demanding cuts and reductions on the taxes in the debts that are outstanding. To continue down sizing the government is the real goal.
Born on March 6, 1949, William E. “Kip” was a former United States Army four-star general who served previously as the Commander of the US Africa Command between October 1, 2007 and March 8, 2011. William E. Ward was the Deputy Commander of the US European Command before that. After General William Ward left the US Africa Command, Kip Ward returned to his permanent rank as a major general and was the special assistant to the vice chief of staff of the Army it was concluded by the Department Of Defense that he was misusing the moneys from taxpayers. William Kip Ward then retired in November 2012 with the rank of a lieutenant general.
The retired General William Kip Ward had a degree in political science in both the Pennsylvania State University and the Morgan State University. In the Morgan State University, William Kip Ward was on of the members of the National Society of Pershing Rifles.
In 1971, Ward was assigned to the infantry. A number of tours overseas in a number of different countries and a number of various assignments in the United States are included in the military service of William Ward. His African Command was renounced to General Carter F. Ham.
While there was a retirement ceremony that happened on April of 2011, Wiliam E. Ward was still on active duty, with a special Army investigation pending from the Inspector General’s Office of the Department of Defense of the United States. The investigation was already running for 17 months already and there was a ruling that was pending regarding the case. There were a lot of allegations that when Ward was the head of Africa Command, he would let any unauthorized people, which includes his family, to use government planes, and spend a lot of amount on transportation and hotel rooms. On a particular trip, Ward spent a huge amount of taxpayer money and that was according to a report by the Pentagon.