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Assignment 4: Report Plan Topic: Drug Control Student: Khaydarov Dilshod Professor : Michael Hunter Course: Eng-315 Date: 11/18/2013 Audience: Government Drug Control Do you think we should legalize drugs? Do you agree that we are spending too much money in drug control? Would our children and society be safe if there were no drug control anymore? Drug control has been a social pathology problem that overcomes the safety of all Americans. Debates about drug legalization, which started with the issue of medical use of substances, have been taken place, creating a strong argument.
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When Liberty is Over Shadow by Security 12/8/2013 Professor Darren Gil Southern University of New Orleans Abstract The purpose of the literature review is to bring awareness that logic behind the FISA Amendment Act is deeply flawed. The law in question is called the Foreign Intelligent Surveillance Act endorsed and expanded the warrantless surveillance program that President George W. Bush authorized shortly after 9/11. It gives the National Security Agency a virtual blank check to intercept Americans’ international phone calls and emails, to store them indefinitely in huge databases, and to share them with other agencies with few restrictions. This examination will discuss examples how the Federal government can invaded Americans’
Gun Control Policy. Boston College International & comparative Law Review, 35(1), 297-330. Mehalko, is Executive Comments Editor for the Boston College International and Comparative Law Review. War on drugs, does the lenient gun regulations in the U.S. make it more