Wouldn't the definition of 'well-nourished' be someone already not deficient in anything in a multi-vitamin?
Normally, people embrace beliefs that favour their own self-interest. People who are rich believe in capitalism, people who are poor believe in socialism, and people with nothing believe in communism.
For all their talk, the US, especially the less educated, subconsciously believe in the Great Chain of Being, the mediaeval notion that people have a divinely ordained place in a social hierarchy. Since God choose the rich to be rich, and the poor to be poor, it is God's will that the rich steal from the poor, and the poor are expected to be grateful when it happens to them.
There's nothing wrong with believing that - ignorance can be fixed with education.
But 99% of the people who say that know perfectly well that it's untrue.
Men are not happy. They are forced to settle because with rare exceptions women have more bargaining power than men.
Once upon a time, there was a distinction made between:
"The Holocaust was a good idea"
which is abhorrent but is opinion protected under free speech, and:
"The Holocaust is a hoax"
which is a fraudulent statement of fact which is almost never said out of genuine ignorance, but with a malicious and anti-social - i.e. criminal - intent.
Society has a duty to respond to the latter. The only catch is that there is almost never proof of hateful intent sufficient for a court of law.
Sadly, anti-hate laws degenerated into yet another way for weak-willed politicians to create unequal rights for a particular identifiable minority.
Hilarious despite being accurate.
Close. The freedoms they hate Americans for are the freedoms Americans think are theirs and no-one else's.
There's no good reason for that protection either.
No, no, the Ten Commandments aren't meant to represent Christianity or Judaism. They represent the Bible. Satan is also from the Bible. So the second monument would actually be representing the same belief system as the first one, namely the people who worship the Bible.
Note that worshipping the Bible apparently does not involve reading the Bible, or understanding any of its messages, and definitely not following any of the mutually exclusive moral codes it contains.
Once you have the technology for:
1) reliable birth control, and
2) reliable paternity testing,
there's actually no reason for any kind of marriage.
Single people are waiting for the rest of you to figure that out.
you did something really good in the past
So, no, not like congress.
Once you order, you are contractually obligated to pay.
You get yourself kicked out before you eat, not their problem.
It's a health care system.
Not a health system.