What can society do to overcome it's current instability??
I was reading an article on yahoo and I found it disturbing to say the least. link below
Are we really in such bad shape I asked myself?? If we are why are our corporations outsourcing the very jobs we need here in the U.S? Why are people been more dependent on government help? What happened to small businesses? Yes, some people are lazy but what about the ones who are working 2 jobs just survive? What path are we heading towards?
We can we as a society do to change this??
http://news.yahoo.com/american-dream-on … ts-postbox
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