I am a German living in the US and think Americans can help .3 AnswersLanguages1 year ago
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If Sarah Palin got rid of her chef after she became the Governor, then who does the cooking in her family?
Mrs. Palin has 5 children and if she is the Governor of Alaska she must have some magical way to provide nutritious meals for her husband and children while she juggles her busy executive schedule.6 AnswersCelebrities1 decade ago
This is a hard one to answer, so try to be objective and give some stats if you can in order to back up your answer, please!3 AnswersSwimming & Diving1 decade ago
Term limits might aid in cutting down on government-industry collusion, corruption, and cronyism. New more honest people can have a chance at governing for the overall betterment of our nation, rather than enriching themselves.5 AnswersLaw & Ethics1 decade ago
Term limits will cut down on corruption, waste, and fraud by diminishing the unlimited power now given our legislators once they are elected. Placing limits on terms may attract the kind of people who actually want to honestly help their nation, rather than enrich themselves and their cronies.5 AnswersLaw & Ethics1 decade ago
In his book, Nobody's Perfect: A Critique of Modern American Society, Richard Glukstad discusses ways to make the country a better place for all, especially the middle class. Term limits on federal legislators can allow the dismantling of the corrupt collusion between business, industry, and government.10 AnswersCivic Participation1 decade ago
Richard Glukstad, in his book Nobody's Perfect: A Critique of Modern American Society, has good ideas to help America get it together. Maybe if Mc Cain read this book , he might use it as a blueprint to keep America strong!4 AnswersElections1 decade ago
If Senator Obama is elected and actually able to govern, what areas of American society should he focus on?
Nobody's Perfect: A Critique of Modern American Society, by Richard W. Glukstad holds insight into the remedies necessary to improve the USA to keep it a superpower. Try to get him to read this book and perhaps he will go down in history as the man who saved America from its own demise!14 AnswersElections1 decade ago
Why can't Americans see their tax money for wars is mostly a gigantic contract grab for the multi-nationals?
War is the best business and hate fostered by corrupt leaders is the way they get dummies to kill and be killed. Perhaps if more people read Nobody's Perfect: A Critique of Modern American Society, by Richard W. Glukstad then our nation might save itself from its path to oblivion as a once great super-power.13 AnswersPolitics1 decade ago
Presently our leadership allows too much of our money to be spent on military-industrial endeavors. It leaves a shortfall for schools, the elderly, family care, and most other pressing national issues related to infrastructure, for example. By reading Nobody's Perfect; A Critique of Modern American Society, by Richard W. Glukstad, we could solve these problems.17 AnswersGovernment1 decade ago
One good book I read called Nobody's Perfect, A Critique of Modern American Society by Richard W. Glukstad is an example of such a book. Do you know any others I could read?3 AnswersBooks & Authors1 decade ago
Most people are brainwashed by the society in which they live, even giving their lives in senseless wars or conflicts stirred up by their leaders. The USA must be the best at brainwashing their citizens because the country is always on a near war footing or else engaged in some conflict on a perpetual basis. Glukstad's new book, Nobody's Perfect;A Critique of Modern American Society seems to deal with these issues very well! Maybe you might like to read it.10 AnswersOther - Politics & Government1 decade ago
If people read Nobody´s Perfect: A Critique of Modern American Society, by Richard W. Glukstad, then perhaps we could figure out a way to end corruption in the USA. The author makes sense and gives good ideas on how to make America a better place for all people, not special interest groups.5 AnswersCivic Participation1 decade ago
What's the best way to dismantle the corrupt military-industrial complex which now controls our world?
Wars are obviously the best business for corrupt governments and multi-national corporations. Perhaps if we all read books on the subject, such as the one by Richard W. Glukstad, we might find the solution.8 AnswersPolitics1 decade ago