If the draft is truly needed to fill vacancies in volunteer slots, wouldn’t it be bad not to at least have people signed up for a draft? If we need a certain amount of servicemen and women, wouldn’t it be bad for our entire country’s safety by providing less than is needed to protect ourselves? The draft would provide the U.S. with a way to fill those vacancies if we ever needed to do so. The enlistment numbers in the academies are all at or above the projected percentage of desired annual recruits so the need for a mass draft is unnecessary, but as of now, it is still part of the law to register for the draft even though some people find it unconstitutional and possibly barbaric. In 2009, the Department of Defense announced its recruiting statistics for the fiscal year of 2009.
The GI Bill offered a college scholarship to help pay for their studies, and it also offered the opportunity to get a low interest loan for a mortgage on a new home. The GI Bill has had many changes to its policies and many improvements such as an increased tuition fee coverage, monthly housing allowances, and work study programs that make it easier for servicemen and women to attend school. For decades the GI Bill has helped millions of service men and women achieve high career goals. For many it has helped them even after leaving the military. The GI Bill has provided the opportunity for many military families to be able to better their possibilities at gaining an education.
Just like in Cheaper by the Dozen, People today have dreams of having a loving family or being successful in life. People come to America to try to fulfill their American Dream, but the basis of all American Dream has the same meaning. The basis of the American Dream is to have a big family and to be successful. Just like Kate Baker’s dream, Americans hope to be able to start a family of their own. My Grandma Linda met my Grandpa Melvin met when they were in high school and became high school sweethearts.
They would rather get their shopping done without having to think about anything having to do with the political process. The other is the fact that the US residents just don’t want to bother with the process at all. In the US, the lack of automatic voter registration is often touted as one of the most significant factors keeping people away from the polls. According to the survey done by political scientists, most of the unregistered citizens fall into the young age group of 18 to 30 years old. These young people pay more attention to their colleges, marriages and careers than any other things, which leads to the neglect of voter registration.
Big Vs. Small Government After reading both articles about opinions on big and smaller government the truth came out. People want the government to work with and for them, however no one wants to pay for it. As long as the people do not have to pay for the protection they will take as much as they can get. Most adults want the government involved because it reassures them that they won’t be harmed. Now, if teenagers ranging anywhere between 14 and 24 years old were asked their opinion on the governments involvement in their lives would say “screw the government,” “the government is ruining my life bro!” Being in that category I am expected to think they same way, no.
Many of the immigrants who set out to find a better future for them and their families do so by coming to America, and in doing so should learn this nation’s language. Bilingual classes not only would make foreign students lazy to learn the language since their home language would be spoken in class and they would just neglect learning English, but it would also cost millions of dollars for Texas tax payers who break their backs working for these students to learn a language that they’ll neglect to learn. Many of the students in bilingual classes would also need special teachers who could speak both their native language and English, costing more money. Also these classes would make these students feel like outcasts among their peers in schools, who not only would look down upon the bilingual class students for not speaking English fluently, but would see them as foreign aliens walking among them. The goal is to make these students transition from their native language to English giving them linguistic and social cultural advantages and we can only do that if we don’t allow bilingual classes to be taught in Texas public schools and make English learning a priority.
Two Years Of Military Service Lately the news has been buzzing on whether both female and male should be required to perform two years of military service. I believe that both genders not have to be required to perform two years of military service. If the government requires that you do perform two years of military service, they could be going against some peoples beliefs of not having war or maybe just part of their religion. There is a group of people that actually don't believe in war war and will refuse to participate in any event associated with war. In the contrary we wouldn't be on top of many countries if we didn't have war to declare our decisions.
Having a mandatory uniform limits teenager’s creativity and their expressive side. Lastly, the uniform can be harmful to schools image because some schools may have nicer uniforms than others causing other schools to envy them and not feel equal and uniforms are all about making everyone equal. Students will most likely be in their uniforms after school hours. If some students are caught up in bad behavior it can make the school look bad and gain a reputation. Also, when students don't agree with the uniform they wear many of them alter
Sixteen year olds have yet to live life, so they shouldn't be awarded adult privileges at such a young age. A simple civics course would have to know for that exact election whom and what they are voting for thus making it harder to teach because it changes every year which also makes it expensive. Just because a student passes a simple civics course doesn't mean that they're going to do what they feel is right when it comes down to voting. Therefore, due to age, cost and moral factors sixteen year olds should not be allowed to obtain a voters permit and vote. Why sixteen year olds should not be allowed to obtain a voters permit and vote because Sixteen year olds have yet to live life, so they shouldn't be awarded adult privileges at such a young age.
The argument of not voting at 18 years easily outweighs the argument of voting for. Firstly, children lack the knowledge of political and campaign issue so this factor could lead to a wrong decision. Secondly, they could also be pressured by their family on who to vote for based on racialism. They can also vote for someone who can ignore their delinquencies. Children these days are really advanced so they can research on the politician’s previous background.