Election fever is hotting up but along with the election, there is another important social-economic aspect and that is the color problem. America will elect a new president but how will it solve the racial and religious problem?
Claims of racism have been lodged, even against some of our Naive American Nations.
Political correctness and affirmative action have been a big part of our lives since the early 1980s. This hub discusses whether our society is better off today with political correctness.
America’s Top Businesses moved American jobs overs seas; because of desire for big bucks, dominance and covetousness
Abraham Lincoln fought to keep the Union intact and to end slavery. During his time, wage slavery was considered abhorrent too, at best a step toward greater economic freedom, but not ideal.
While many people do agree that there are a large number of people suffering in third world countries, they often turn a blind eye those suffering on our own soil. Sadly, poverty in America is a real and serious problem that many people choose to...
How Big Oil is stealing from you.
Racism in America is an absolutely outdated concept, yet here we are right back to the days where it's okay to hate one another for our skin color. The tables seemed to have turned, however, with white people receiving the brunt of the hatred.
The Native American Indian population of the United States faces serious cultural and social dilemmas that threaten their society. Among these issues are the problems of poverty, alienation and a high rate of alcoholism. There is also the threat of...
Mother Teresa, Rigoberta Menchu and Deganawida all have something in common: they were peacemakers. Learn about what made them so influential and incredible.