“I strongly oppose the opposition’s view that we shouldn’t care about our children’s education.” Question 45. Tommy Toker: “Laws against drug use are such a waste. There will always be ways for people to get their hands on drugs no matter how many laws we pass.” Question 46. “There is no solid scientific evidence for the existence of spirits; so they don’t exist.” Question 47. “If we legalize gay marriage, the whole world will decay morally.” Question 48.
There are many reasons why people choose to not have their children vaccinated such as that they don't believe that vaccinations work or they don't think it's necessary (Vaccinate Your Baby, 2011). If vaccinations didn't work, we would not be using them for over a hundred years. Vaccines were first developed in the end of the 19th century (Careers in Vaccine Research, 2012). Vaccines are the reason so many diseases has died off. If there were no vaccines, the
He is not only informally treating and collecting specimen from his daughter, but he is also not documenting any of the treatments that he is doing. This is a major problem and could be subject to intervention by the law. Joe is risking his medical credibility by doing this for his daughter. He is also performing these tests without the direct supervision of the supervising physician, which goes against the code of conduct (2013). If a physician assistant violates laws that vary from state to state, the physician assistant could be subject to license suspension or being
The baby has no voice to be heard, but just because of that it doesn’t mean we should let women play God. Someone must have a voice for that baby. There are videos out showing abortions and how you can see the babies going through the pain. They say the baby feels no pain but by the times of the abortion most of the time the nervous system is already completely
On the other hand, some people believe carrying guns is a not a civilian’s duty; therefore, only military, police-officers and other law enforcement entities should possess them. In his journal article “The Media Campaign Against Gun Ownership: Gun Control Will Not Reduce Gun Violence,” author Phyllis Schlafly states: Despite the claims made by its advocates, gun control will not reduce firearms violence. Supporters of gun controls propagate lies, including inaccurate statistics [that 12 children a day die from guns] on the number of children killed each day by guns and the assertion that access to guns at home leads to an increase in violence…The only way to reduce gun violence is to pass laws that give citizens the right to carry firearms. Criminals are less likely to commit violent acts if they believe their victims could be armed (Schlafly, P. 2001). Thus, the restrictions placed on citizens to not carry guns affect them considerably; when citizens lose the right to own guns, they automatically become
12 Apr. 2012 Many people do not want to hear the word abortion, but when it comes to rape victims that get pregnant, it is often brought up. Even pro-life advocates agree that an innocent child shouldn’t perish for the sins of their father (1). Harvard students give their opinions and come to the conclusion that no rape victim shall be frowned upon when deciding to get an abortion. “Abortion is not some magical surgery which turns back time to make a woman ‘un-pregnant’ – or, for the matter, ‘un-raped’” (1).
Mandatory Vaccinations-by cnhuff “Does Jane know that she is endangering the population to not getting little Joe his vaccinations done?” This question could famously exist in many communities after parents find out that selected parents do not follow the doctor’s orders when it comes to vaccinations. This stigma may stand as the reason that vaccinations continue as medically necessary, furthermore, pushed as mandatory. The question for many individuals remain, just how safe are these vaccinations? The lion’s share of the public view vaccinations as safety nets that could prevent diseases and should stand as mandatory for everyone with very few exemptions in the population. However, philosophical beliefs, hazardous beliefs, and religious
Though some may disagree on this point, the fact is that legalized abortion is the only option that will protect the lives of American citizens. One only needs to look into American history to see the results of prohibiting abortions to women. The process of abortions has definitely come a long way. Even after abortion was legalized, women were still very afraid to go to the abortion facilities because they were afraid of being attached just for entering the building. It is better now that they have a place to go where abortions can be performed cleanly and with minimal risk.
As the swine influenza virus is a mutated new virus, no swine flu vaccine was immediately available to prevent infections. As a result of the studies, a vaccine has been developed and the first doses are delivered. With the swine flu scare, many people are choosing to get the swine flu vaccine for themselves and their children, although there is no evidence that flu vaccines are effective or safe. Before accepting to get the shot people should ask themselves, is the flu vaccine really right choice? What factors should they consider before making the decision?
The fact that teens change their decision from day to day is also a reason why teens shouldn’t be able to choose a plastic surgery. She is happy for the doctor Canedy, who suggests, that doctors take a long talk with adolescents, talking about the risks and if they are sure that they want to undergo the surgery. Valerie Ulene goes as far as saying, that she would forbid her own daughter to have a plastic surgery. In text 2 the media is again blamed for the teenagers to have a disordered look on, how you look when you’re defined as normal. Even as a 15year old the texts case, Kristen, thought that she should look like everyone in TV with big breast and so forth.