- Feb 19, 2011
FEDERATION NEWS SERVICEFederation President Langley Prepares for Second Term. - Capitol Gazette
Easily winning support for a second term from the Federation Council, President Walter Langley has called his win a mandate from the Council and the people. Speaking in Rygaard Square, President Langley thanked the council for his reelection and spoke about his plan for the future. On the continued expansion of the military President Langley said: "The Federation has endured several decades of peace and prosperity and I do not plan for that to change! That is why we will continue our military expansion projects, for the continued protection of the Federation." President Langley also spoke of the naturalization process: "Our naturalization process is rigorous and unrivaled in all of the world. Last year we successfully naturalized two hundred thousand immigrant children, now Westermen, our naturalizers should be commended and as in my last term I pledge to continue the streamlining of the process and increasing the Department of Naturalization's budget by three percent. Our founder would be proud of us were he here to see the progress we have made in making all men, Westermen."
With comments on infrastructure and welfare also part of President Langley's speech, the President's progressive path for the Federation is clear. The President also made it clear the importance of creating new bonds to friendly nations, making it a top priority of his second term to create an alliance that pledges to defend democratic values all over the world. In closing the President thanked his wife and children for their patience and support for him during an arduous campaigning process.
Twin Echo Ranks Number One. - Here and Now Magazine
The city of Twin Echo has ranked number one in Here and Now Magazine's Best Places to Live for the second year in a row. Nestled between the Red Ridge Mountains and lake Twin Echo, Twin Echo's picturesque vistas and cold clean air pushed the city into the number one spot once again. The city's low crime rate, low unemployment and citizen happiness factors also helped push the city into the top spot. With great entertainment, local night life and proximity to outdoor activities such as skiing, hiking and hunting, the city continues to enjoy high numbers of tourists all year round. The Lakeview Hotel, reported a close to 100 percent booking rate for all of 2019 and 2020, hosting visitors from the Federation and from around the world in it's rooms filled with lavish antique furniture and large picture windows looking out over the sparkling waters of Twin Echo Lake. Looking to book your trip to Twin Echo? Good luck, 2021 bookings are coming in fast!