What causes people to be lazy in the United States, never wanting to achieve anything noteworthy in
their lives & using their utmost human potential? Is laziness some type of mental illness related to some type of depression, a psychology malady, or just a personality trait?
As per the hub I wrote earlier today, laziness is a non-word. Laziness does not exist in the animal kingdom . It is a human construct to get some people to do what other people want them to do.
by Novel Treasure5 years ago
What if the United States never was, and each state was an individual nation?If we had never united the states and been under one government. What do you think would have happened? Would we be better or worse off?
by Jason Matthews7 years ago
What makes fitness such a big deal in the United States? And why aren't more people fit?Why is the idea physical fitness so prevalent in the United States while the number of overweight and obese individuals so high?
by GA Anderson2 years ago
The controversy over birthright citizenship, (aka `Anchor babies`), seems to one of interpretation.Specifically, the 2nd hurdle to citizenship the 14th Amendment included; that the mother must be; "...subject to...
by My Esoteric4 years ago
Do Conservatives believe in a United States or a united States of America?The Declaration of Independance refers to the united States while the Constitution uses the phrase United States, with a capital 'U'. The...
by John Wilson15 months ago
Clinton's popular vote win was basically her win in California - by 4 million + votes. Take California away from Clinton, and Trump wins by a landslide. The Electoral College prevented this bias of one state forcing...
by Grace Marguerite Williams20 months ago
What steps should be taken to improve racial relations in the United States? In yourestimation, has racial relations improved or worsened since Barack Obama became President of the United States?
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