Ladies and gentlemen, friends and foes, comrades and enemies, what is the difference between civil rights and human rights? The question may seem redundant because maybe there is no difference between civil and human rights. Maybe human rights are included in civil rights similar to how the Bill of Rights and Amendments are included in … Continue reading CiViL RightS vs HuMaN RightS
The World Economic Forum in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland is addressing numerous initiatives of global importance. Despite, being an invite only forum reserved for members of the Forum's communities "the World Economic Forum is an independent and impartial International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation. Uh? According to their website's about page the World Economic Forum "does not promote … Continue reading 26 PEOPLE OWNED THE SAME AS THE 3.8 BILLION PEOPLE WHO MAKE UP THE POOREST HALF OF HUMANITY
Stand with the Human Rights Union (HRU) to ratify the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Amendments! All the media coverage about government shutdown, impeachment, climate change, democrats vs republicans, and the daily viral video are distractions from what matters most, basic needs for you and yours. The government shutdown is a prime example why citizens need to … Continue reading more than just number 13 and 14
We fly to places only the eye can see, we build to heights where only the birds be, we the creators of life and destiny, together we can end poverty.
A 2017 article, Why Poverty is Like a Disease by Christian H. Cooper, raises more questions about the biological effects of poverty, even though "the science of the biological effects of the stresses of poverty is in its early stages. For instance, are there any man made systems and technologies that do not bring disease … Continue reading “The term “meritocracy” was coined in 1958 as a mockery of the very idea of evaluation by merit alone.