Timothy Mclaughlin4 months ago
This is a subject that is often frustratiing for me. So many children end up paying the price for their parents shortcomings. Whether they have no food, clothing, or much to often a home seems to be going on and on and on in certain countries. I don't have the answer as to how to stop the cycle. If I could I would try and bring each and every kid to the USA and find them a home. But that won't solve the ongoing dilemma in their home country. For so many years it seems I could take a newspaper about world news from ten even twenty years ago and put today's date on it and you would be hard pressed to tell the difference. We as a country have tried many times in many ways to solve or help solve the ongoing problems in foreign countries. One of the big failures is the attempt to creat democracy in countries where the way of life is so intwined in religious beliefs that neither denomination would ever concider living with their counter parts being enclosed in politics. Thus the conundrum continues and the people and more importantly the children suffer. Any ideas?