Why and or Why not? Yes, it would warrant the judge being disciplined do to the fact that these unethical, illegal, and violated rights of others within his court and judicial office say that the judge is incompetent to fulfill his duties and obligations of his position within the judicial system all together. He does not respect himself, his position, the laws and others and he further gives indications to the fact that he doesn’t have any “Morals” what so ever here. In addition to my previous answer: Yes, the judge should be moved from office as well as being arrested for the violations he committed here. Moreover, I have read and heard in the news as well as the internet reports that is “Extremely Difficult to Remove a Judge from Office,” primarily because they all cover for each
The overthrow of reading materials is defeat of creative thought. Books and periodicals are not the only ones being suppressed by pressures to the political and social systems. They are also being brought against the educational system, films, radio, television, and against the graphic and theatre arts. However or whenever these attacks occur, they usually fall at least one of the following categories: religion, war & peace (violence), sociology & race, language, drugs, sex, inappropriate adolescent behavior The word censorship probably would not exist today if all citizens agreed upon all things. This however is not possible for we are all unique individuals and have our own likes and dislikes.
Many people believe we invaded Iraq for the wrong reasons and I would have to agree. I do not think we invaded because we truly felt like we protecting the people in Iraq or trying to prevent future attacks. I believe we had our own political and economic agenda for invading. People will argue that we were attacked and we needed to defend ourselves. I would argue that we did not exhaust every possible scenario before we entered with violence.
This is done just to create an impression that the world is against Iraq. However one should consider the validity of presenting such a support. Firstly, where the writer says, “some people…” it is a use of fallacy (false authority). Moreover he does not give proper understandable reasons of why is it appropriate to take over Kuwait; rather he merely states the population which agrees to the writer’s idea. One needs to know the rationale behind that agreement.
The principal itself that the United Nation, the one and only organization that protects human rights and stands against threats to rights of all people, refused the invasion of Iraq should give enough reasons to not support the placement of war. An invasion is not a conflict where two countries fight one another for the foal of obtaining a right for defense or threats. An invasion, such as this one, is when one country tries to take control of another for the simple fact of intruding and taking power. This is achieved with violence; therefore Bush’s reason for suspecting, with no evidence, Saddam to have connections with aiding terrorism didn’t have to lead to an invasion. The core problem was Saddam, not Iraq and its people.
This paper explores the reasons behind the Bush administration’s use of fear and anxiety as tools to demand anything and everything from the American citizens. This paper shows why the effect of instilling fear in a population will reduce them to blind followers of their government, even if the demands of the government go against the wills of the people and go against their basic rights and freedoms. I will also show how this is achieved by the Bush administration. I will show that by threatening ostracization from the society, by making people believe that their lives are unsatisfying and by creating a general sense of panic, a society will render themselves as slaves to their leaders in order to attain the perfect life that they are so dearly
Do the citizens of these countries actually want Americans intervening, or should the focus of this country be redirected? It is true that those able to help should serve the needy, but there are lines that need to be drawn, when it comes to sending aid. America has fought to bring order to corrupt governments found across the globe, however, these changes are unlikely to survive in countries that despise America and its beliefs. In aiding
The top three reasons seem to be that the book is either sexually explicit, had offensive language, or unsuited to any age group. Others are deemed oppressive, racially insensitive, violent, or just plain obscene and controversial. Despite the good parents and school officials believe they are doing for their children, they are essentially keeping them from the knowledge they need and deserve to become an intelligent part of society. Let the
First Amendment of the Bill of Rights to the United States Constitution “CONGRESS SHALL MAKE NO LAW RESPECTING AN ESTABLISHMENT OF RELIGION, OR PROHIBITING THE FREE EXERCISE THEREOF; OR ABRIDGING THE FREEDOM OF SPEECH, OR OF THE PRESS; OR THE RIGHT OF THE PEOPLE PEACEABLY TO ASSEMBLE, AND TO PETITION THE GOVERNMENT FOR A REDRESS OF GRIEVANCES” ( CORNELL, 2013, P.1) “First Amendment freedoms are most in danger when the government seeks to control thought or to justify its laws for that impermissible end. The right to think is the beginning of freedom, and speech must be protected from the government because speech is the beginning of thought.”—Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, Ashcroft V. Free Speech Coalition (First Amendment,
This might also potentially hurt the votes of the candidates running for office. However some people don’t mind, and they strongly are for the English Unity Act that they will take drastic measures to get their message across. For example, the Representative of Iowa went as far to sue his own state because they posted information on his website in languages other than English. “He claimed this violated the new English law , demonstrating that it is the job of the government to meddle with the lives of the citizens and limit their individual choices.” I believe this shows an attitude of arrogance, it gives off the wrong message. New citizens should not be deprived of things, especially if they are trying their best to learn the English