Why is this evil? The fact that food insecurity exists in the United States of America. Healthy People.gov defines food insecurity as the disruption of food intake or eating patterns because of lack of money and other resources. Those most affected are seniors, children, those living in rural communities, African Americans, and Latinx.
Just 1/3 of food waste in America could end food insecurity if it could be successfully distributed to those in need. In 2016, at one point during the year, 12.3% of American households experienced food insecurity.
Why is this evil? Purdue Pharma recently filed for Chapter 11 corporate bankruptcy, an act which can absolve a company of its debts. In doing so, this can have a negative impact on the pending 2600 federal and state opioid lawsuits. Before the filing, however, the owners of Purdue Pharma, the Sackler family, allegedly transferred from the company $1 billion dollars into their Swiss bank accounts, most likely avoiding any direct hit on their personal wealth and assets.
Why is this evil? As the wealthiest country in the world, we should have some form of safety net programming to support families facing their last housing option – living on the street. And the federal government’s lack of any significant response to this critical social issue is a moral travesty.
Why is this evil? Not vaccinating your children not only endangers all other children, but is a serious potential menace to public health as well.
Do not… meaning your should not engage, deal with, or work for.
Compromise is the act of surrendering core values or beliefs in order to achieve a perceived solution.
We define evil as a deliberate harmful action.
Evil is not an opposing viewpoint or ideology.
Evil is not an individual person, organization, business, or government entity.
However, evil is the premeditated, harmful action done by an individual person, organization, business, or government entity.
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