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Published: Thursday, Nov. 29 2012 5:15 p.m. MST

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

Don't see any relevance at all, not now and never in the history of man, assuming they are referring to money and power as wealth. Human error empowers the world with everything.

The news media and science has come with so many new links it really confusing about what these links without a chain really mean. Man and humans are individual links with individual minds and that any thing can trigger at any time for any reason. It even says so in our Constituion which recognized these traits and difference's in the 1790's and made them an allowable concept to live with and learn from as they interacted independent and equally sharing knowledge one to another.

Its rather excruciating to see how badly education has become deficient that they are now recognizing the importance and value the the US Constitution was and so far ahead of its time. The Constitution was the science and mind of hundreds of men of science, humanity, psychology, evolution, religion, and political powers over 200 years ago. Rediscovering this inspired doctrine of law, public independence and truth should become a science subject in public schools and colleges and government uniting all these reborn links.

worf
Mcallen, TX

Need a federal mandate for happiness.

My2Cents,
Human error, and happiness are two different items. Happiness is apart of life struggles.

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