CINCINNATI — A political science professor at the University of Cincinnati says she would trust the candidates to fix a $1.6 trillion national debt, and that’s what her paper says she will do.
In her paper titled “MacMillers Big Mac Calories” published Wednesday, MacMillers Professor of Political Science David Tovia, who also is the director of the College of Arts and Sciences at the university, said she will use data to examine who would best manage the nation and the country’s finances.
The topic of a debt-reduction plan is one that has plagued the campaign of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, who has pledged to reduce the nation to $1 trillion in debt.
His proposals have included using new legislation to create a government-run credit union, lowering the debt limit, and passing a debt ceiling hike.
But the topic has been one of the biggest issues in the race, with Sanders’ rivals repeatedly making similar claims.
MacMill’s Big Macs, which are made from scratch each year, is a popular American breakfast.
It has long been associated with the Democratic party, especially in the Midwest.
It’s the product of American factory workers who make their money off the countrys agricultural product.
A large portion of the Big Mac’s weight is from the corn kernels, the main ingredient.
MacMill is made with a mixture of sugar, wheat, and corn kernels.
The Big Mac is sold in the U.S. as a breakfast item, a lunch item, and a snack.
It’s a popular breakfast snack, with a typical serving of two Big Mac halves and two Big Muffins.
A Big Mac contains about 250 calories and roughly 2 teaspoons of sugar.
The sugar in a Big Mac comes from the flour.
Macs are also a favorite snack of Americans who prefer their meals light, as well as a snack when the weather is cold and rainy.
It has been a controversial topic in American politics.
Sanders has said that it is time to end corporate subsidies that are helping to prop up the Big Business-controlled financial system.
Macmill’s is a major ingredient in the Big Cheese, a popular snack.
The company says its Big Mac has been featured on “The Breakfast Club,” a show on Fox News, and has been served on a range of American restaurants, including Chili’s, Burger King, Chipotle, Wendy’s, and McDonalds.
MacMills spokeswoman Jessica Sperry said the company had not received any inquiries about the paper and that the company was not aware of any comments by the authors.
She said the paper was based on research.
Sperry also said that the authors have not been paid for their work.
She added that MacMill’s research was based in the United States and not a third-party source.
Mac Mill has received millions of dollars in federal funding over the years, which it uses to improve products and produce more Big Mac.
But MacMill was the first company to receive the Food and Drug Administration approval for a new product in 2003 called Mac-E-l-o-Matic, which is a microwave-based microwave that heats up a BigMac to help melt the corn.
The FDA approved the product in 2004, but it only became available in 2006, according to a report by the American Association of University Women in Science.
Mac-E is made from corn kernels that have been boiled down to make them easier to eat.
It was developed by the company’s research division, which includes a food technology research center, a manufacturing technology center, and the manufacturing operations of a number of companies.
The research lab also is involved in a number other research projects, according