King intends to persuade any car driver and the general public that the restrictions on police car chases not only need to be stricter and safer, they also need to be better followed by police engaging in car chases. The first thing that you notice when you look at the page is the large image on the left. It show Loraine Bennett and her daughter holding a picture of her deceased son. It is quite noticeable that Mrs Bennett and her daughter both have sad expressions on their faces. The picture is also quite dark which is in this case done to represent sadness or anger.
The phrase ‘death chariots’ with their association of death, violence and destruction has the intended affect to fear readers of these manic, destructive young teens. It is this appeal to fear which evokes activity in the community to promote a change in society. Wowser also refers to the waste of ‘our tax dollar on a futile and ineffective effort to lower road toll by advertising’ reiterating that the law in place is not desired. This evokes hostility and a want for change in readers. Wowser adds an appeal to community service in saying it is rare ‘to find a young person who is a member of the Salvation Army’.
The Death Penalty Reviewed Matthew Christiani 5-22-12 Phil-05 In the debate over capital punishment, the opponents argue that the death penalty should be legalized because; it is by implementation, that we have been able to decrease the murder rate in society by placing such a high penalty on murder. On the other side of the debate, the supporters argue that capital punishment should not be legalized because it promotes the injustice in which it is intended to prevent. In this paper, I will argue that the stronger of the two arguments is to do away with the death penalty. In the article titled “The Ultimate Punishment: A Defense”, Ernest Van Den Haag concludes that the death penalty is moral and should be legalized because it deters
Gardner’s ideas are too drastic and I believe he didn’t have enough support in his argument that his plans would actually decrease the murders in gang violence. To say that his thoughts on drugs are the missing piece to gang-violence; I agree with him one-hundred percent. Yet, to pinpoint on drugs as the only reason viciousness and violence happens in gangs, is almost too good to be true. Dan may as well fly off to Never-Never land, because those dreams aren’t ever coming true. First off, I would like to thank Gardner for his enlightening point of view, of how gang violence is heavily influenced by the whole drug trade and the black market that associates itself with it.
Ebony Foreman Deterrence American Corrections April 30, 2014 Deterrence relates to humiliation by humiliating a person for something they have done and keeping them from doing it again. It could also show others what would happen to them if they do the same thing, so it deters others from doing whatever it is they done. Ohio requires all first time DUI offenders to wear yellow license plates. Do I agree with this law? Yea I agree with this law because maybe they will be to humiliated to drive like that again.
For Dalrymple, the overdose is the easiest way to relieve the crisis in their lives. I see the nature of the suicides and attempted suicides in the U.S. as being part of a greater philosophical debate. It is the question which was so often debated by such existentialist philosophers like Albert Camus, Jean-Paul Sarte, and Franz Kafka. They argued that when life breaks down to the point where it is rendered meaningless, the only question that is left, is whether or not to commit suicide. I feel that the absurd reality that surrounds the youth of our present day underclass, while not absolving them of any responsibility for their actions, can be viewed as viable source of the crisis.
As such it brings with it an essence of emotional fervor. Those in favor of gun control advocate that reducing the occurrence of fire arm related crime may only be achieved through the passing of stricter gun laws. This belief has been proven to be counterproductive in that the results of stricter
To me it is dangerous to use your head and neck to ram someone in order to knock them down. People think that racing is dangerous because of the speeds, look at how many football players were paralyzed this year and even killed compared to racing. Race cars are actually way safer than regular street cars. Now that I have given my opinion, I hope I can make a point without sounding rude or ignorant. My feelings are strong for racing like theirs is for other sports.
Do you feel that our nation as a whole would be able to make the necessary changes and be successful if this were to become law? Myself, I have mixed emotions. If there were a time table set up to slowly phase out the automobiles from our country then we would have a greater chance of conforming to these new rulings. On the other hand, if this became effective immediately, I think we will be looking at catastrophic riots to begin with. Once the rioting starts to settle down, we would start to notice a substantial decline in our economy and a very negative effect on everyone’s mental
While some of the words I mention could be screamed at a fellow driver who just did something incredibly reckless, this list is meant more for discussion and published writing (including blogs). It’s meant more for the writer who, say, is tempted to call Todd Akin “crazy” for his remarks about rape in 2012, but realizes that might stigmatize people who have mental illnesses and wants a better term. Be careful with the use of ANY of these terms, as they are all controversial in some ways, inappropriate in some contexts, etc. It is not possible to compile a list of perfectly “safe” terms to describe antisocial behavior – what’s recognized as “antisocial” isn’t even the same in every culture or region. Finding the word You’ll have to ask yourself what you actually mean in order to figure out how to convey your thought to someone who’s not living in your head with you.