Winnebago County Social Services (1989) and Ingraham v. Wright (1977). I disagree with the Deshaney v. Winnebago County Social Services (1989) case because I think the judge should have did something to protect the child. They just let the father beat, bruise, and hospitalized the poor child. I disagree with the Ingraham v. Wright (1977) case because Supreme Court the the principle hit on the child under his will and bruise him to where he was out almost a whole week of school. I think this cruel and the Supreme Court should reopen the case
Due to the fact that his parents refused to have James drug tested, he was suspended from sports for the season. The constitution takes a big role in this case. The Acton family sued on the premise that drug testing their child was an invasion of privacy and illegal search and seizure under the Fourth Amendment. I feel drug testing should be legal and allowed
These armbands were banned by the principals and the school board, with the punishment of suspension until the student was willing to take the armband off. Knowing this, The Tinkers came to school with the armbands, and were suspended. When they tried to appeal to the U.S. District Court and the U.S. Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, but the court was first turned down and
Because of this challenge to the book, the principal decided that all questionable content regarding student curriculum will be disclosed to parents beforehand. In 2003, the book was challenged and then completely banned in George County, Mississippi. The copious amounts of profanity and sexual content lead to this unfortunate conclusion. “Using profanity was against school policy and having the book in the library made newly elected school board member, Larry McDonald, feel uncomfortable.”
Dwight D. Eisenhower impacted the Office of the American Presidency by using his executive power to deal with the little rock crisis. The little rock crisis occurred in the fall of 1957 when armed troops were sent to block nine African-American children from going to an all white school. Eisenhower responded to this by first going and discussing this issue with the governor where he would eventually get him to remove the army from the school, but that did not help the situation as the violence would continue and the children were still not able to enter the school because the governor would not do anything about it (little rock 9). So Eisenhower stepped in and used his executive power which is found in Article 2, Section 2 and states “The President shall be Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States, and of the Militia of the several states”. He used this power to place the Arkansas National Guard under federal control and sent 1,000 U.S. Army paratroopers from the 101st Airborne Division to assist them in restoring order in Little Rock (little rock).
She refused to comply with her school’s dress code, wearing jewelry, and when the principal attempted removing Marji’s bracelet (143), Marji knocked her over leading to her expulsion. Later, at another school, Marji continued to rebel and spoke out against her religion teachers assertion that the Islamic Republic kept no political prisoners. Marji retorted with facts about Anoosh’s execution and disproved her teachers claims, asking, “how dare you lie to us like that?” (144). These actions, though respected by her father, were met by outrage from her mother in fear of how the new government exercises laws stating, “You know that it’s against the law to kill a virgin[…] a Guardian of the Revolution marries her[…]and takes her virginity before executing her” (145). Shocked by this information, Marji became increasingly troubled by the morals of Islam.
Freedom of assembly and petition gives every individual the privilege to be anywhere at any time as long as it doesn’t cause violence on public property. All people have the right to practice the freedom but it shouldn’t lead to more problems. Freedom of religion is a major issue in our country today that has became a threat. Two clauses under freedom of religion, “establishment” and “free exercise” isn’t under the freedom until Thomas Jefferson was a president. Some court cases that address the freedom of religion had to deal with
Some parents follow the bible verse, “if you spare the rod, you spoil the child.” An author, Micheal Pearl has written a religious literature titled, “To Train Up a Child” explaining the multiple tools that parents can use including plumbing tubes, wooden spoons, belt, or a willow-branch. In September 29, 1999, an older daughter complained to the Salvation Army after the history of her family’s corporal punishment. The 17 year old now lives outside the family home. This is significant because the judge’s ruling tend to stray away of parents who use corporal punishment. Under the guidelines of the criminal code, corporal punishment is allowed however with reasonable limits.
The argument is that evolution goes against intelligent design making the theory of evolution very hard to teach in a public setting. In the famous book “Inherit the Wind” Bertram Cates teaches evolution in his high school biology class and the whole town treats him like a criminal for going again the Bible, Christianity, and creationism, they even go as far as asking God to send him to Hell. In some aspects, Evolution is thought of as a religion as well, again, making it illegal to prohibit it from being taught. So representing both sides would benefit the public greatly because it would be unconstitutional to do
The U.S. Constitution’s first amendment contradicts the practice of religion with the laws that are put into place for citizens of the United States to follow. Over the course of history, religion has been the face of conflict between the people and the law. Many people view religion shouldn’t be pushed on those who aren’t followers of that certain faith. People should be able to choose whatever faith they desire without feeling forced to lean towards a specific type of religion. In public schools, all throughout the United States, have cut out the Lord’s Prayer