Why does the United States of America believe in a highly punitive form of punishment via the
prison system which has a high recidivism rate? Why doesn't the United States of America adopt a more humane form of corrective discipline?
Because police unions have too much power, and their corruption is massive. Another reason is they allowed prisons to be built and operated for profit, and this is an obvious conflict of interest insofar as any notion of 'justice' goes.
by Arthur Fontes 9 years ago
Are we Capitalists? Are we a Democracy? Are we a Republic? What definition would best describe the form of government that the United States currently possesses?
by Scott Belford 5 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 Ariticles of Confederation and the Continental Congress epitomize a united States...
by Person of Interest 7 years ago
Our United States of America is the only First World Country in the world where people are afraid to call medical 911.
by movingout 6 years ago
Give me a break! Like a bunch of whiney kids who didn't get their way! If they hate it here so badly, and hate the POTUS so much, leave the country!
by lupine 6 years ago
Why does the United States import garlic from China when it can be grown here?Here in southern California, you will find garlic at markets that reads, "a product of China". You can also get garlic that is grown in California in certain markets.
by Michele Travis 6 years ago
Why does the United States have an Electoral College?Every 4 years, Americans vote for a president. After the people's votes are counted, one candidate is the winner in each state. Then that candidate wins all the state's 'electors'. The electors from each of the 50 states are counted up like...
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