Also, the Declaration of Independence states that everyone has the right to life, love, and the pursuit of happiness. Killing an innocent child before it even has a chance at life is taking all of those rights away from him. Just because the baby cannot speak for himself yet, doesn’t mean he should not have these constitutional rights and freedoms. It is the law of this country that every American citizen has that freedom and those rights. Yes, everyone in the United States does have that freedom to choose, but killing their child should not even be an option when it means taking away that child’s right to life.
I would need an additional document from a white family to see how they felt about unifying with the blacks. In King’s Philosophy violence never solves anything. King felt that by taking part in nonviolent acts, such as sit-ins and marches, job opportunities would become more open to the black community (Doc 6). In his statement, “Violence may murder the murderer, but it doesn’t murder the murder,” he is saying that through violence you will never solve the issue you will only add on to it (Doc 8). King feels this way because when black people rebelled against the whites it only fueled more violence to ensue.
“I strongly oppose the opposition’s view that we shouldn’t care about our children’s education.” Question 45. Tommy Toker: “Laws against drug use are such a waste. There will always be ways for people to get their hands on drugs no matter how many laws we pass.” Question 46. “There is no solid scientific evidence for the existence of spirits; so they don’t exist.” Question 47. “If we legalize gay marriage, the whole world will decay morally.” Question 48.
Constable say when the Millimurra-Munday Family was forced relocation. “You’re being transferred to the more river native settlement”. The Millimurra-Munday Family were arrested and sent to Moore River when they didn’t want to leave but were forced as they were told they had “scabies”. The real reason was, as Jimmy pointed out the “whole town why we goin’. ‘coz wetjalas in this town don’t want us ‘ere, don’t want our kids at the school with their kids….
With the internet we have websites that allow us to see if sex offenders live near us it will give you there exact address. Even if you don’t care about what people think of you I’m sure nobody would like this. So in this case they will be shamed for the rest of their lives because of the laws we have set-up. In today’s world shame is basically just an extra when dealing with legal cases. You’re not going to only have to deal with shame if you commit a crime because it doesn’t work like that anymore.
Readers should learn from this book that it is not okay to judge a person until you truly know them. It's unfair to tell someone that they cannot sit in the front of the bus or drink out of the same water fountain as another person. All people have color to their skin and people shouldn't judge others because of it. This book teaches the readers that killing an innocent person isn't right and that you need to have evidence before you harm someone. We still red this book today because it show what goes on when civilized people don't do things right And not to kill someone who is only there to help and not harm.
Ban the Arizona Immigration Law The law I propose is to have the Arizona Immigration Law banned and repelled. Illegal immigrants come to the United States for the good life and start fresh, but thinking about it more and more illegal immigrants are going to fill the United States without even knowing the laws or language, which is why we need to ban the Arizona Law. This law is needed because it subjects plenty of ethnic groups and races to public discrimination and racism, which violates the rights of citizens (Americanized citizens). Like how the schools will lose state funding if they offer any courses that "promote resentment of a particular race or class of people or is designed primarily for students of a particular ethnic group
The department of justise is trying to ban racial profiling. There are laws and regulations but people do break them just like other laws. Therefore we cannot generalize for the entire population and say that racial profiling excists and by tighting up the security more racial profiling is occuring. Overall, although peoples privacies and rights are being touched by this enforced system, the government is only trying to protect us. Works Cited Baker, Nancy V. "National Security Versus Civil Liberties."
Adoption in my opinion should just be illegal in every state because you are just taking a harmless baby's life for no reason, the baby didn't ask you to make it. If you know you that you don't want to have a baby you should make sure that you have a condom on, to be safe because you might have gotten lucky a few time's of having unprotected sex but it will eventually catch up with you and get you pregnant and get you in a situation that you don't wanna be in. I don't think someone at a young age wants to be in a situation like that so they don't have to make such a hard decision in your life, because the
Kanka states in an interview, “[I]f I had know that the person living across the street was a sex offender, I definitely would not have allowed Megan to be by herself in the front yard, even for a second while I ran inside. Now knowing this, I think I might have even moved, just so I could feel safer in my own home”. On May 8, 1996, President Clinton signed a law, dubbed “Megan’s Law”, in remembrance of Megan Kanka. This law was implemented to allow potential victims to protect themselves and for parents to protect their children. In this law it also states that each state needs to adopt a way to inform people in a community that a sex offender is living among