The conclusion does not identify with the introductory paragraph. Therefore, readers are not aware of the real purpose of the essay until the conclusion. The conclusion itself should remind readers of the initial argument, not let them now what the argument is about. Another example is found within the second paragraph. Her topic sentence is: “many outfitters will lose revenue from the cancellation of the spring bear hunt.” Yet, her conclusion is: “Groups opposing the spring bear hunt cancellation have also claimed that it infringes on the recreational rights of hunters, and that it has caused in increase in the number of nuisance bears.
Yasmin Martinez 04/08/2014 Specific Purpose: To inform my audience on the controversial issue of banning the American Pit Bull Terrier in the United States. Central Idea: To decide whether if pit bulls in the United States should be legal or banned to own, two major issues must be decided whether pit bulls are safe and whether they should be euthanized when they get to shelters. Introduction: I. I’m going to talk about the American Pit Bull Terrier and educate you guys on the controversial issue if they should be banned in the united states or not. II. Last time I gave you an informative speech about the American Pit bull Terrier, gave you the history, physical characteristics and the shocking rates they are being put down to sleep.
2) Tithing: With reference to D&C 119: 3-6, tithing is mandatory for the Mormons. Not paying your tithes makes you sinful according to LDS beliefs. 3) Eating habits: Basically you cannot have strong drinks such as coffee, alcohol and also addictive’s like tobacco. Its perhaps one of the more famous or notorious doctrines of the LDS movement. Additionally, believers are cautioned to eat flesh (animals, fish) sparingly only in the time of need.
This quote can not justify animal testing, because these products are tested on animals that sometimes will not show the same side affects as humans. This alone is a reason why we should end animal experimentation because it is pointless in the first
The advantages are for the other countries that get food from our horses they get a cheap kind of meat. We keep the money from the horses. The Disadvantages are we kill our horses instead of theirs for meat, and people would go out and find the horses that are in the worst shape and use them. Horse meat should not be here because horse isn’t a food animal here in the United States. (Olsson) If horse isn’t a food animal here why do we kill our horses for meat.
However, this will have a drastic impact on Australian economy and is not the desired solution for the whole of Australia. But, there are other ways in which we can take a stand against the cruelty of horse racing. Donating to agencies like CPR is a good way to show your support. They are currently working on banning the use of the whip in racing and also undertaking various campaigns against jumps racing and knackeries. Ideally we don’t want any knackeries in Australia – it’s not impossible but there is still a demand for horse meat for human consumption and pet food
You people allowed this to happen, are killing off the animals, soiling drinking water, and making it near impossible for anything to survive in the waters because of the pollution and all you can say is that nothing is being done immediately because of FUNDING?" EPA - Smith: (wondering why this reporter is so emotional over the subject - Smith chooses his words carefully): "Yes Mr. Poseidon, we cannot just have people work for free on this project, it all comes down to funding in the end." Poseidon (obviously irritated and ired at this point): "I shall see what the rest of your America says about the pollution they are facing, and then get back in touch with you with potential solutions." (Poseidon basically cuts the conversation short and leaves Mr. Smith's
How is something as simple as food becoming such a cause for concern? The demands for fast disassembling of meat come not only from the authority of the meatpacking industries, but from the substantially large businesses involved. These businesses include our nation’s most popular fast food chains, such as McDonald’s, Burger King, or Wendy’s. Logically speaking, over millions of animals are slaughtered each day for the simplicity of these restaurant’s menus; initiating the necessity for expeditious dispensation lines in the factories. “Cattle intestines often carry dangerous pathogens such as E. coli and are supposed to be kept away from the meat, but faster lines can lead to more intestinal spillage onto the meat” (Working Conditions 3).
The states need to come up with strict laws that will cut numbers of animal abuse. The animals in the factories are getting treated terribly. “They call their revolution (animal rights), but the changes PETA has won for farmed animals, while numerous, are not victories for animal rights so much as for animal welfare: fewer animals per cage, better-regulated slaughter, less-cramped transport, and the like”(Unknown author). PETA stands up for animal welfare and want to raise awareness so they can pass new laws on how the animals are treated inside
It's started by overfishing. If we stop overfishing, fishermen will lose their jobs. Then protein eaters will turn their attention towards other meats, like chicken and beef. Then chickens and cows will become "overslaughtered," and people will recognize it. Then animal slaughterers will lose their jobs, and so on.