by topgunjager 8 years ago
Is it just a coincidence that the majority of the poorest countries in the world are the most religious ones? Or is it because their faith holds them back from economic progress?
by Rupert Taylor 2 years ago
What happened to Emma Lazarus’s “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses …”?I did not think I would live to see the day when people would flee from hatred and persecution in America – again. The Underground Railroad brought slaves to freedom in Canada in the 19th century. Now,...
by nightwork4 8 years ago
should a country be judged by how their poor are treated ?some countries have really poor areas but they act like they are superior, should we look at how the poor are treated before looking at how well educated or how wealthy the rest are when we decide how good a country is?
by Ron Montgomery 10 years ago
The WHO, not the rock group, some health agency, has declared a swine flu pandemic. Just to be on the safe side, I would curtail all contact with barnyard animals of any type.
by Jane Taxpayer 8 years ago
Why do we treat Third world poverty differently than poverty in "Industrialized" nations?It's been getting my goat lately... Everyone seems so concerned about fighting poverty in India or Africa, but when we see poverty here in the western world, we look at the "beggar"...
by Aqeel Saeed 10 years ago
East has strong family bondings than of west.
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