Here are a few more reasons why its a bad idea. First of all, if they raised the taxes no one would be happy. Many people buy snacks and pop from stores, if taxes are raised they may stop buying them and the store would lose business. If they continue buying it they would lose money. Either way it goes, nothing good happens.
Customs officers are expected to do their job and put a stop to the drug trafficking but the temptation of making some extra money may be extremely strong. Money is the root of all evil and a lot of people are very selfish. For an example, they know the effects drugs have on a society as a whole but if the price is high enough, they may turn their head and allow the drugs to be brought in. Not only is this wrong, it is damaging to everyone. “It is believed that the loss of the drug trafficking industry in Mexico would cause that country’s economy to shrink by over 63 percent” (DrugAbuse.net, (2012), para.
This led to millions of albums beings sold because people began to feed into the hype and joined in on the war. Their carelessness led to multiple people being killed including 2pac and Biggie. They clearly did not care about the message they were sending to the world and to the youth but rather how much money they could make, even at the expense of others. Secular rappers produce the vulgar and sexually explicit lyrics that they do because they know that today's youth are curious and that they are trying to quench their sinful desires. According to Ohha.com , not only in a song made by makaveli, but also in a song made by 50 cent, they both claim that they have "sold their souls to the devil in order to gain riches."
The 18th amendment contributed to the rise of organized crime because it created a lot of underground business. From killings to people living in poverty, that’s what the prohibition caused. If people really thought that prohibiting alcohol to be sold leally were going to help the way that people lived during this time, they were wrong. A lot of people were against the law, they argued that if they banned alcohol legal businesses were going to go broke and that was not going to help the economy get better. But alcohol was not the only thing breaking families apart they said, after the war, soldiers would come home and find themselves in a whole, struggling to find jobs.
This one is greatly affected by the media. A majority of musicians have problems with drugs, alcohol, public disorder and infidelity. Most come from broken families with toxic environments. They reflect their emotions in the songs they write which greatly influence listeners. The media likes to capture rock musicians using drugs at wild parties and acting irresponsible to get attention from people and increase magazine sales and ratings.
| Negative Effects of Illegal Immigration | | | | | English Composition I Thomas Buffington 04/21/2011 | Illegal immigration affects every citizen in the United States in a negative way by keeping our taxes high, stealing American jobs, and making our country unsafe. Although this country was founded by immigrants we are no longer trying to build a country. There are Americans here struggling to pay bills, find jobs and live free of danger. Government agencies have tried to crack down on these immigrants but have been unsuccessful in their efforts so far. The problem is continuing to get worse and will eventually cause a decline in the American way of life.
Fast-forward to today and people are copying music from Internet sites for their own personal enjoyment as well as to make extra money. These reproductions have resulted in a loss of revenue to numerous artists and have resulted in lawsuits against consumers and businesses who continue to distribute music with no regard for the copyrights. The Case Boston-based company ReDigi designed a way to share or sell music on-line while steering clear of copyright infringement. According to Johnson (2013), the company stated that, “Our technology gives you the tools to access ownership rights to your digital property so that you can sell a used mp3 just as you would sell a used CD should you decide you no longer wish to own it” (para. 3).
Many addicts believe they are the cause of their own addictions and put all the blame on themselves. Maté disagrees with this argument because he believes in the science of the brain and how it works. The fact that some addicts believe that all of the childhood abuse and punishment is because of their actions is absurd. Maté describes these feelings that the addicts feel as “being cut off from their natural self-compassion” (275). The drug addicts lose all respect for themselves and these addictions end up taking over their lives.
But it becomes wrong when you are selling your products at such a low price that you put all other companies out of business. When you are using this form of dumping, you put people out of work because their company can no longer afford to keep them on. Either way I don’t see any moral reasoning that would support dumping products overseas if it’s illegal. First you are breaking a law that has been setup to protect people. You are also intentionally causing harm to others, if you follow either definition.
Regrettably, MP3 files are not secure and once someone has acquired a file nothing stops them from making other copies from it. Unlike the copies made using analogue mediums such as cassette tape recorders, all copies made using digital technology are identical to the original file (Fisher, 2000: II). As a result stricter laws are being introduced and music producers are frowning upon the file sharers, more commonly known as ‘leakers’. This has had an effect upon artist’s attitudes and careers as they are likely to have their music leaked thus meaning they aren’t profiting as much for their work, whereas the file sharers are receiving the benefits. The pirates are making copies of