Yes, this is 21st-century America. Where we have better means to treat mental illness than ever before, but choose to let the insane people decide to get it or not.
When my dad was badly weakened by the flu and my mom wanted to call an ambulance to take him to the emergency room, he wouldn't go unless he could shave first and change into a nice shirt and a pair of slacks.
Calculation has its advantages, but no one likes naked calculation.
You have to check out 'March of the Penguins'. Penguins are the really ideal example of monogamy.
In person, George W. Bush is extremely forceful. He has a restless energy when he sits in a chair, and nearly leaps out of it when making certain points.
Parents are the most likely to be victims of the violence of their mentally ill children.
When they are treated, the seriously mentally ill aren't more violent than the general population. If untreated, though, they are.
France will always be France no matter what, but America involves striving toward an ideal.
Almost all political campaigns involve falsity and playacting.
Because liberalism typically doesn't sell in American presidential politics, liberal candidates tend to run as culturally conservative centrists.
Comedians still make fun of Bill's out-of-control appetites, but with Hillary, the mockery is about how she lets nothing be out of control.
The debate about the war seems pretty robust and free. Many publications, from the New Yorker to the Nation, feel perfectly comfortable printing anti-American articles and that's fine. That's what the First Amendment is all about.
Bill Clinton was a liberal who could appeal to conservative-leaning Bubba voters.
Bush's faith in the rightness of his strategy in the broader war is deep-seated. It is a product of faith.
Al Gore adopted three utterly different personas in three national presidential debates.
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