Is the American Media in Service of the General Public or the Corporations? Why and How?
by Rhonda Darlene Lucas 5 years ago
Is the general public rude or polite?In your daily contact with the general public, what grade would you give them in terms of their manners and politeness; a passing grade or a failing grade, and why do you so answer?
by Rhys Baker 5 years ago
Why is science so poorly understood by the general public?E.g. Evolution, climate change, gm crops, bioengineering, stem cell research.
by MikeNV 8 years ago
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA--(May 5, 2010) - One-in-five Americans (21%) and nearly two-in-five (39%) uninsured Americans say they would wait for health reform legislation to be fully implemented before researching and buying health insurance, according to a new survey conducted in April 2010 by...
by Zubair Ahmed 7 years ago
Why is it that the general public in the UK can not get their Government to listen to them?Take for example:(1) Millions took to the streets on Anti-War demo's...any effect? NO(2) Students took to the streets (and well done to those who took part).. any effect? NO(3) Petrol & Other Fuel...
by ahorseback 7 years ago
Well girls and boys, our great American Media is at it again ! Another female presidential candidate comes on the scene and whats the first thing our fair and open minded media asks of the American public ? Can a woman who suffers from migrain headaches be of the able minded kind of...
by Dan W Miller 4 years ago
produces: anxiety!C'mon, Hubpages! I've been a good boy. I've improved my hubs. I've been "awarded" a Level 2 Commentator (oh joy.) My personal story of near death and survival is consistently coming up TWICE (original hub and five year follow up) in Google search on page one out of over...
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