Do you believe that nowadays in the United States of America, in order for children to become educationally & ultimately socioeconomically successful adults, he/she must be born into the right environmental circumstances i.e. having educated parents & come from a solidly middle, upper middle, & upper socioeconomic backgrounds? Do you further contend that children born in the wrong, worst of circumstances i.e. have less educated parents & come from lower middle, working, & lower socioeconomic backgrounds won't succeed either educationally nor socioeconomically? Or do you believe that there are factors beyond a child's socioeconomic circumstances that either propels or precludes his/her educational & socioeconomic successes such as intelligence, being self-motivated, having initiative, & a work ethic?
by Grace Marguerite Williams3 months ago
When will some Americans come to the realization that if they want to live the good life socioeconomically, they must work for it? Why do some people believe that society & others owe them an affluent...
by Grace Marguerite Williams2 years ago
Immigrants with relevant skills/education ENHANCE American socioeconomic quality of life. They should be ENCOURAGED to come to America.unemployment rate above normal. Yes, there are Americans who are unemployed or...
by Person of Interest5 years ago
Our United States of America is the only First World Country in the world where people are afraid to call medical 911.
by MomsTreasureChest4 years ago
How many states have you visited in the United States of America?
by Alem Belton5 years ago
I am still trying to configure this theory so, I am just looking for different opinions right now. Although I know that The U.S. is controlled by a hand full of wealthy people, I am hard pressed to believe that...
by Richard Bivins6 years ago
If you haven't seen the video in the link below then go watch it now. It's only 4 minutes long but it Terminator parody to get out the vote.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AP4qZE-HXe8It's definitely a push for Dems to...
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