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.
Do you believe in Global Warming? In other words, do you believe the actions of mankind are contributing to an increase in global temperatures? If so, than do something to lower emissions. If not, the do something to lower emissions. It doesn't matter what you believe about global warming or climate change, what is important … Continue reading Do YOU Believe?
Today, President Trump cut short his talks with Dems regarding the border wall because according to the elected one the talks are a "total waste of time". Meanwhile, thousands of government employees are scrambling to deal with the financial backlash that is affecting Basic Needs for families across America. And the questions remains, does the … Continue reading Another Government LetDown
In the following articles, Government Shutdown Erodes Public Employees' Middle Class Security, What is middle class, anyway?, Are you in the middle class?, and Chinese buyers expand their reach in the US housing market as the middle class get in on the act the authors must be in the middle class and caught up in … Continue reading Save the Middle Class, Yeah Right!
Humans have a right to basic needs of food, clothing, shelter, healthcare, education, defense, and environment. These universal truths bring and sustain life making them vital to human survival and therefore a right to the living. In a society, restrictions are imposed to improve the overall quality of life for all within said civilization. But … Continue reading BASIC NEEDS ARE HUMAN RIGHTS