A business can’t fire an employee who is disabled – People with disabilities are protected by the law and employers will be penalized if such an employee is dismissed because of this reason. The Americans with Disabilities Act 1990 prohibits employment discrimination against qualified applicants or employees with a physical or mental disability (Reference for Business, n.d.). Disabled persons most often assume that they can’t be fired because of their disability. It is common for employers to be hesitant on firing these employees because of the fear of litigation even if they have not acted unlawfully. But this doesn’t mean that an employer CANNOT fire or discipline that employee (Kielich, 2015).
When speaking poorly about Muhammad Muslims face punishments resulting in death. (Sharia law,2017) The first amendment is the way it is because, citizens should not be punished for practicing the religion of their choice. Also, coming into America Muslims should not expect us to accommodate them. George Carlin once said “Religion is like a pair of shoes… find ones that fit you but don’t make me wear your shoes. (goodeads,2017)” Leaving the constitution as it is will insure that religion in America is
The USA has it’s own Immigration Laws that require “good moral character”, so if it was not his homeland, Chris Brown may have even been banned from America. Musicians such as Lily Allen and Boy George are banned from the country on grounds of violence, so such an outcome would not be surprising. Australia also has a history of non-tolerance, banning high profile and controversial characters such as rapper Tyler the Creator and champion boxer Floyd Mayweather, both relevant to the abuse of or misogyny against women. Australia should take pride in moving forward from our not so distant past of sexism and racial profiling, and accept a chance to do good and move forward to greater
Also professional business could risk government sanctions because they don?t treat gays and straight couples the same because they believe it is wrong. The reason of marriage is to procreate and expand the population and with gay marriage you just can?t do that. Today I have tried to persuade you why I think gay marriage shouldn?t be allowed. Allowing it just wouldn?t set a good example for the next generation, why leave our kids with a mess we could fix for them. Work Cited Huckabee, Mike.
Right to equality refers to equality in the eyes of law, discarding any unfairness on grounds of caste, race, religion, place of birth, and sex. Equality before law means that state cannot refuse to provide equality before the law and equal defence of the law to any person within the territories of India. So when we charge a person for blasphemy then we violate his right to equality because we don’t give him equality in law as these laws are subjective and inconsistent laws. When a person is charged for an offence of blasphemy then his right to equality gets violated because like the other people of the society the person accused of blasphemy is not allowed to express his views in the society. Right to equality is a right guaranteed under article 1 of Universal Declaration of Human Right which states that “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.
Our EMT refusing to perform the lifesaving procedures on the gay patient goes against our obligation to help mankind unselfishly. This case is a difficult one because there is no definite way to prove a person’s sexuality, especially if the person was unconscious. Even if the EMT was certain that the individual was gay, this act breaks the code of ethics of EMT’s which states that EMT’s will “provide services based on human need… unrestricted by consideration of nationality, race, creed, color, or status.” Although the EMT may claim that protection, there should be a form of disciplinary action taken by the EMT’s overseers, especially if his refusal was at the expense of a human life that relied on his
The first amendment, which protects amongst other things our freedom of speech, is tantamount in “preventing the majority from imposing its views on [the minority]” (481). However, in this famous case the will of the majority, the Boy Scout of America leaders, leading to the exclusion of the minority, James Dale, from based on his openness about his sexual orientation which conflicted with the beliefs of the scouts at the time. Despite the fact that he was free to speak about his orientation with newspapers and whomever he wishes in general, the ideas were seen by the Scouts as an affront on their “morally straight” requirements which is also protected under the first amendment. This raises two integral questions about the nature of our fundamental
No one is forced or should be forced to observe any religious practice against their will. Not all Muslim women wear headscarves and if that personal choice is frown upon by certain Muslim communities then it is a threat to their civil liberties of equality which is an entirely separate issue from religious freedoms. If the French government is interested in protecting equality then it should engage in programs or rather legislation that will ensure the Muslim women are not treated unequally (oppressed) in their communities. Banning a very strong element of the Muslim religion on the basis of trying to establish equality is rather robbing people of their basic right to religious freedom. The legislation is a slap in the face to
People take advantage of Amendment One by verbally hurting someone purposely or they will state false facts. The Constitution does not protect these acts at of abuse. For example Amendment Two states that “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.” Although United States citizens have the right to bear arms, some people choose to use this law to commit crimes such as murder or robbing banks. To use one law to violate another does not make logical sense whatsoever, and committing a crime based on the Constitution is not protected in the Constitution.The Constitution gives us the opportunity to achieve Equality in society. Based on the Constitution, equality is achievable.
Law abiding gay and lesbian citizens have a disadvantage from other people, not because they are breaking laws or doing anything wrong but because unaffected parties don’t accept their sexual orientation and cause problems. The right to marry is just one of
It is similar to the constitution because it allows for what are considered basic rights like that government cannot intervene in a court case. Question 5. The bill of rights affects the power of the government in multiple ways. It bans the government from imposing any religion on everyone in America. It also restricts the government 's use of troops and makes it illegal to station troops in people 's houses without their permission.