Can the Average Citizen and the Internet really make a difference in our future! The following websites seems to do so. What's your opinion?
Stop the Clash of Civilizations
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl … 8yOtLNxzJU
The vote is the most important thing the average citizen can do. The next thing is joining with like-minded people in a group such as you mention in the links or vetsvote.com or change.org can begin to make a difference too. Letters and calls to your congressperson and senator are important as well. I have always heard they pay more attenion to those than to petitions.
Apathy is democracy's greatest enemy, it seems to me.
by Sooner28 5 years ago
I have a simple argument against assault weapons.1. If an object is a killing machine or could easily be used as one, then it should be illegal for the average citizen, unless it has an alternative, non killing purpose, like dynamite does. 2. Assault weapons are killing machines...
by Wayne Brown 7 years ago
How important is the trucking industry to the average citizen in the USA? Why?
by Ronnie wrenchBiscuit 3 years ago
http://heavy.com/news/2015/10/nouman-ra … oting-cop/Another citizen has recently been murdered in Florida by a rogue cop. The Palm Beach Gardens Police Department said officer Nouman Raja was on duty in plain clothes and in an unmarked police car when he stopped to investigate...
by Rev Bruce S Noll HMN 6 years ago
Do you think our elected government officials are in tune with the average American citizen?
by mtsi1098 9 years ago
Who is in favor of this? Not me, I want to be able to go when I want, to who I want to go to and where I want to go. Can anyone help me understand the positive in this?
by nightwork4 7 years ago
Is intelligence really needed to be a doctor?what I mean is that to be a doctor , people need to be smart in school. wouldn't an average person be able to do the job just as well as long as they have a good memory?
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