There have been way too many flaws in America's criminal justice system for way too long. Finally, Americans are fed up, to the point where we will protest and fight until justice reform is made to benefit all people. Congress needs to step in and create laws and put justice reform on paper!
Trump is always out for himself and this time his ego is going to back fire on him. All he wants is for the economy to come back by October, just in time for his re-election. But deregulating all American industries with his executive order will only slow down any chances of a recovery this year.
We've seen too many examples of the American justice system being unfair, especially when it comes to race. There are steps we can take to improve this system. But will the justice system ever be fair for all?
The government recently experimented a risky and fatal drug on our veterans. The Department of Veteran Affairs is funded by taxpayers, yet we have no say in how the government treats our veterans. Is it right for our government to treat the people that fought for all Americans this way?
Slavery was abolished centuries ago, but the government still finds ways to create a new version of it.I never imagined I’d see so many Americans being forced to work against their will by our own government. Are nursing home and food processing plants workers becoming modern day slaves?
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Poverty is a big problem in the USA. It's an issue that's been going on for way too long. Unfortunately, the government is a part of the reasons why the US poverty rate isn't going down as much as it should have by now. Why is the government allowing companies to make money from this problem?
The Phrase, "person of color" is used often, even by the most powerful people. It is also a very divisive phrase and is segregating in and of itself. Will this phrase ever be demolished from the American culture?
The Payment Protection Act was created to help small business owners stay afloat and prevent the smallest businesses from going under. So why were many of America's smallest businesses unable to get funding, while profitable companies got millions?
The issue of homelessness has been ignored for way too long. But since the Corona-virus crisis, states are all of a sudden taking get homeless individuals off the street. But are they doing this tp help the homeless or to protect their citizens that have an address?