I will be talk about a taboo that it is not said in the force you have to be in and no one talks. It is something that the citizen sometimes will try to ignore because the police should be there for use to protect and serve society. In reality there is
We can 't have a free government where the people cannot make the laws they are governed by. •Experience teaches people the need for being careful when creating free governments. •The representation should understand what people want and they should chase after the happiness of the people. •To create a new Constitution, the people in power should have the same goals from the people because the people give the ones in charge power. They only want to do so is by fair representation.
This challenge could cause faculty members to feel restricted on what kind of information is considered appropriate to share with their classes. Finally, trigger warnings would give students an unrealistic perception of what life beyond DePauw is like. There will not always be somebody to warn them when life shakes their world a little bit. When a story regarding rape appears in a newspaper, there are no trigger warnings. When comments that could be regarded as “sexist” or “racist” are overheard in public places, there are no trigger warnings.
Very opinionated topics I tend to not share as well, as I don’t want to create controversy. The list of topics I would stay clear of for discloser is personal addresses, politics, religions and stuff that would offend others as well which could be really anything now days. While watching the video, I don’t think people realize how much they say
Public life: There are two main clauses in the First Amendment-the ‘Establishment clause’ according to which no Government employee or organization can discriminate on religious grounds and the ‘Free Exercise clause’ which ensures religious freedom for citizen and religious groups or clubs. In public life, freedom to express religious views extends to traditions such as marriage, baptism, etc, also dress code followed by a particular religion, refusal to take part in military service, to name a few. Sometimes the Government offers support to religious groups but since it is not unconstitutional, it is acceptable. Some examples are financial aid to religiously affiliated schools, colleges, hospital, charitable organizations, etc; employment
The degree to how much things should be censored should be determined by a number of variables. Some of which should include the current state of modern society and the history around that particular issue. If there is a current major problem going on then of course nobody should have their voices suppressed. That matters because the last thing people would want is for their voices to be silenced during times when opinions need to be heard. However, if you have people helping to fuel the problem and seem to be supporters of it than of course an exception should be made.
Even if a teacher has one at a desk or on him/her, someone could take it. The best protection would be not to allow any weapons on a college campus. This would keep everyone safe and protected. In conclusion, guns should not be permitted on a college campus. There is too many incidents that could happen either by accident or on purpose with the presence of a gun.
The Police had made more expensive preparations to prevent any meeting being held (Pankhurst, 251). Considering the previous fragment, it can be appreciated the new posture that the Government took in relation to suffragettes, but also it is noticeable how despite this meeting was meant to be peaceful police was there to prevent that meeting to happen. It can be interpreted that even during the peaceful stage of the suffragette movement the fear towards women getting power was present, otherwise there was no reason to prohibit a peaceful meeting. Another interesting situation during this event is that there were men supporting women, and, even, protecting them, in words of Sylvia Pankhurst: Some groups of the men stood with linked arms around the women [...] pushed little bands of suffragettes forward against the rows of constables with the cries of “Votes for women”, “we’ll get you to the House of Commons”, and “back up the women and push them through!” (Pankhurst, 1911;
Since, this is an ethical question. In my opinion, Freedom of speech should be limited, because it is not acceptable that everybody say whatever he/she wants. There are insufficient of people who frequently use freedom of speech and they are Governors, Journalists, and other citizens. Another thing is the governments are the people who are able to have freedom of speech, so they should not be more doing that. Everyone is the same as the other or there would not be equality, if the
They keep dangerous people off the street, and keep dangerous drivers off the roads. The education and training necessary for being a police officer or any branch for Law Enforcement, although tedious is required and helpful for further advancement in the career. Each day spent in Law enforcement, although boring or dangerous, does provide protection to citizens, and, through their enforcement, maintains order among the citizens. Law Enforcement, although not respected by all, will do their job of protecting the people, and will do it without error through the hate of most