5 Rights/ Freedoms, Needed, But, With Limitations!
Most Americans are proud, of the rights, and freedoms, guaranteed by our Constitution, which differentiate us, from much, of the rest, of the world! Our nation was based, on specific, human rights, and freedoms, including, especially, in the areas of free speech, a free press, religious freedoms, etc. However, even, when it comes to our rights, and freedoms, it makes sense, and we need, some common sense, guidelines, and, in some cases, restrictions, in order to ensure, public health, safety, etc.Political VITRIOL Harms Our Nation!
Partisan politics is expected to, and, always has, brought about, a lively discussion, and differing perspectives, points – of – views, and preferred strategies, etc! The United States has a long – history, of political opponents, who disagree, about nearly every policy – related, issue, still maintain, a civil, or, even, a friendly, personal relationship. The relationship, between President Ronald Reagan, and Speaker of the House, Tip O’Neill, has been widely, documented, for the closeness of these political adversaries, in terms of their personal relationships.5 Challenges To Electing Your Preferred Candidates
Although, there are probably, several reasons/ explanations, for why, this nation’s participation – percentage, of voters, is, as low, as it is, one of the principle causes of this, apparent, voter apathy, is disappointment, etc, in our political system. If you feel, your elected officials, including Senators, Congressmen, and President, achieve very little, for the greater good, you certainly, aren’t alone! Are you, sick – and – tired, of empty rhetoric, and unfulfilled promises, and the feeling, little seems to change, for the better, and, far – too – often, the best candidate, is not elected?Here Is A Business Anyone Can Start
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I’m sure that many of us started this year toasting the new decade, excited and full of enthusiasm. This was going to be ‘our time’, full of promise and potential. Well, that certainly didn’t work out as anticipated! Since then we’ve had no choice but to deal with what’s been thrown our way. What are your reflections of 2020?