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Juneau Lucas Webster (b. January 26, 1960) is a Chawosaurian Comrade and aristocratic member of the Webster family.

Juneau was born in Anchorage, Alaska, USA to a Post-World War Family, Garfield Lucas Webster II, and Eleanora McClellan, and the youngest of 10 or 11 siblings, Juneau's life was not very well good, he was born into poverty and Alaska has been in the Union of 50 states since 1959, a year before Juneau was born.

He opposed the Vietnam War, supported the LGBT Rights Movement and supported the Environmental Movement, despite he criticized Roe v. Wade ruling, and became more involved in Feminist Movement.

At age 16, his strong intelligence caused him to hold a scholarship to Oxford College in Britain and after graduating, he served in the Lebanese Civil War and returned home injured, and had his first son, James Webster in 1986 and that was because of a Prostitution Scandal with Charlotte Deborah Roosevelt, the granddaughter of Timothy Max Roosevelt. He went on to marry Deborah and have 14 Children with her, but divorced due to an Extramarital Affair with Deborah Baldwin, sister of Garfield Baldwin and went on to marry her and have 9 sons with her. In 2012, they divorced because of harsh conditions of another Affair.

In the Poseidon Scandal, Webster was alleged to have corrupt dealings with the Poseidon rig in exchange to enrich his family. It was noticed on July 6, 2018 that Webster had a personal piggy bank in the rig, as well as an alleged homosexual affair with someone who worked in the rig.

Modern American Liberalism Edit

Modern American liberalism is the dominant version of liberalism in the United States. It is characterized by social liberalism,[1] and combines ideas of civil liberty and equality with support for social justice and a mixed economy.[1] The term "modern liberalism" in this article refers only to the United States. In a global context, this philosophy is usually referred to as social liberalism.
The American modern liberal philosophy strongly endorses public spending on programs such as education, health care, and welfare. Important social issues today include addressing inequality, voting rights for minorities, affirmative action, reproductive and other women's rights, support for LGBT rights, and immigration reform.[2]
Modern liberalism took shape during the twentieth century, with roots in Theodore Roosevelt's New Nationalism, Woodrow Wilson's New Freedom, Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal, Harry S. Truman's Fair Deal, John F. Kennedy's New Frontier, and Lyndon B. Johnson's Great Society. American liberals oppose conservatives on most issues, but not all. Modern liberalism is historically related to social liberalism and progressivism, though the current relationship between liberal and progressive viewpoints is debated. John F. Kennedy defined a liberal as follows with Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1941 defined a liberal party as such.
Keynesian economic theory has played an important role in the economic philosophy of modern American liberals.[12] Modern American liberals generally believe that national prosperity requires government management of the macroeconomy, in order to keep unemployment low, inflation in check, and growth high.[12] They also value institutions that defend against economic inequality. In The Conscience of a Liberal Paul Krugman writes: "I believe in a relatively equal society, supported by institutions that limit extremes of wealth and poverty. I believe in democracy, civil liberties, and the rule of law. That makes me a liberal, and I'm proud of it."[13] Liberals often point to the widespread prosperity enjoyed under a mixed economy in the years since World War II.[14][15] They believe liberty exists when access to necessities like health care and economic opportunity are available to all,[16] and they champion the protection of the environment.[17][18]
Modern American liberalism is typically associated with the Democratic Party, as modern American conservatism is typically associated with the Republican Party. - Wikipedia

Early Life Edit

Juneau Lucas Webster was born on January 26, 1960, in Anchorage, Alaska. Born into a Post-World War 2 time and a World War II Veteran Family. Juneau was the youngest of all of his siblings. Born to Garfield Lucas Webster II and Eleanora McClellan. Webster was the grandson of Garfield Lucas Webster (1860-1955), his paternal grandfather who died before Juneau's birth. He was baby-sitted by his maternal grandfather, Nicholas McClellan.

Juneau was raised a Democrat by his parents. Juneau was raised a Catholic but broke off from his father's faith to become a Unitarian Universalist in 1976. In 1977, he visited his paternal grandfather' grave and met Chawosaurian Prime Minister Jonathan Dragan Bismarck XVII.

Military Service (1981-1985) Edit

Juneau entered the United States Military on the NATO Side in 1981, with he entered the Lebanese Civil War, he survived the war with an injured leg. Juneau was miserable in the war and never wanted to fight in the war. He was discharged in 1985.

Post-Military Service and Family Life (1985-2016) Edit

Juneau married Charlotte Roosevelt in 1986 and had a child, James Lucas Webster. Between 1990 to 1999, Juneau and Charlotte had 13 children after James in 13 years. In 1999, Juneau and Charlotte divorced due to an Extramarital Affair, in the same year, Juneau and Deborah married and had nine sons between 2000 to 2010. In 2012, Juneau and Deborah divorced and gained custody of her children. Juneau had a great family life as a retired veteran, he had two divorces, and having to raise all 23 Children.

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