Why the rich people are interrupt the progress of middle stander people ?
by Jeanna 2 years ago
Why were social issues not widely addressed in the early 2000's and earlier? I get that social media is a thing now, but the news never really would comment on issues.
by Mindfullthoughts 8 years ago
Why do most leaders lack the guts to face some social issues?Why should all children go to school up to 18? I think they should be given the option to quit after they are 13 if they wish to with parents agreement. There should be a social and economical format of puishement for small criminals (...
by ga anderson 9 years ago
What are the top 3 Republican social issues for the 2012 election?
by Money Fairy 8 years ago
When did we stop being the "United" States of America and become the "seperate ,angry, hateful "America? Don't we all still want freedom? Then why is it that a possible future president could be able to tell us that we are not allowed to have birth control ,that we are not...
by Robie Benve 4 years ago
Is the artists' mission to be the actively representing the social issues of their society?Are artists called to be politically and socially active, expressing their point on views I their work?Or should they only limit their art to being creative and visually pleasant?What do you think is the role...
by Angela Michelle Schultz 7 years ago
Does the President truly have power over social issues, or does the American's popular opinion haveDoes the President truly have power over social issues, or does the American's popular opinion have more influence?
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