Logan S. Montana

National Defense Reform

Issues addressed involving our national security, nuclear weapons and our military.


Senior at Skyview High School

Billings, MT

October 19, 2016

Future President

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW

Washington, DC 20500

Dear Future President,

Mr. or Mrs. President, to be able to say that means we have officially molded equality into our nation and it only makes me even more proud to be an American. As a Native American to this great country, the first thing I'd like to address is I will not be bias in what I have to say. Being a president is a job most people are not qualified for, so I can not judge you on the actions you take or the decisions you make but I hope as an American from Montana, I make a influence on you and your presidency. The biggest issue I have that deserves to be looked into is our national security. We have been attacked multiple times over the last ten years and our national security is always being tested and I want to know that I am being protected by the government I support. A solution to this would be to increase defense spending and strengthen our military. I also want changes to our nuclear weapons policies. Having these weapons of mass destruction is a huge problem not only to us but to every country worldwide, and I firmly believe that the U.S should be the first to take a step towards a nuclear weapons free world. Possible solutions could be to continue to bring nuclear weapons up in defense meetings and U.N meetings when world leaders meet. As a citizen from Montana and a proud American, I hope I can influence you to make the right decisions for our great nation and as president I wish for you to continue to influence the American people that we are still a great nation, and that even the smallest voice can make the biggest difference. Congratulations on winning the presidency. 

Billings Public Library

TA - Billings, MT

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