What to know about what you don’t know you know. #1: Intuition is very efficient—if you don't overthink it.
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To answer your sarcasm, I went on a fact finding mission, to understand if what we claim we know is in fact, correct. In a recent study. “The 54 fatalities caused by Muslim-American extremists in 2016 brought the total since 9/11 to 123,” It was also stated that, “more than 240,000 Americans were murdered over the same period.” Despite these figures, should we attack all Muslims, because some are terrorists?
Lack of education and stability, empowers street crimes and drugs. In 2016 a BBC report stated, a tunnel being used to bring drugs in large quantity into the US. Should we attack Mexicans, and every Latin American?
Parents are responsible for their own kids. This is why family planning and teen pregnancy is an important aspect of today's world. If you cannot provide for a child, you should have the option to terminate. Facts on child prostitution: The victims are either picked from foster homes, recruited from foster care or group homes. There are cases even biological parents are responsible for this monstrous act.
I am uncertain how Identity theft which is a global issue and syndicate, is going to change, by electing Trump as your president.
Service tech jobs are being offered to the third world, as an internal strategy to cut costs down. If your industries are not flourishing, and jobs are not being offered to your own, it sits squarely on the American industry owners. On the positive side, America is promoting growth in other nations. Something to proud of.
Fact on military budget cuts: "There are two main reasons for the spending drop. The first is the Obama administration’s decision to start removing U.S. troops from Iraq and Afghanistan. The second has to do with a process known as sequestration".
On homelessness stats, read up the website endhomelessness (can't link the URL, unfortunately), where you'll learn "targeted federal funding to address homelessness is at its highest level in history: $4.5 billion in fiscal year 2015".
In summary, shouting loudly on a podium doesn't turn falsehood into facts. He complains how bad your world is, then foolishly goes back to using coal instead of renewable energy, with no consideration to protect our environments. I'll leave now, because a) I don't live in America, and b) it's unproductive to reproduce figures when they're already available for everyone to educate themselves. Good luck.
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