Would it be alright for the government to infringe these rights to protect us as citizens? There are two sides to this coin, on the first we have the violation of this right set down to protect us. On the other, we have the government’s interest of public safety. Our forefathers had predicted this type of issue. Another founding father, Benjamin Franklin said, “They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.”
It 's not a felony charge, you are not going to go to jail or prison for it. Frank Trippett believes that we need to get rid of the minor charges because it puts you in a category with other people that are like repeat offenders. But if we did not have the consequences we do what is stopping these people from doing these things and before you know it, our country is going to be a wreck. Law and rules are put into effect for the betterment of mankind that is why we need to have people obeying them and learning from them at all
For example, in the article “Kennewick man James C. Chatters wrote“If the corps persist its refusal to allow additional studies and decides on immediate repatriation, experts will lose the chance to directly study this rare phenomenon.” (5). This is crucial evidence because this directly shows that we would be able to learn much more about Kennewick man culture if we were able to study him. Also, we should have Kennewick man for study because of the article “Kennewick man by James Chatters quotes “We do not know if he is truly anyone ancestor”. (5).
It also would be interesting to see how the author, Bret Harte, would change the plot in order to still make it interesting to the reader. If I were the author of the story, in order to include the walkie talkies I would have made Tom Simson an inventor and made one of his creations a set of walkie talkies. Accidentally leaving a walkie talkie in another town means it can be used to contact help. Even though Uncle Billy is a thief and took their supplies, he would not have been able to steal the walkie talkie because they would have been with Tom Simson. All in all, reading the tale The Outcasts of Poker Flat that has a set of wireless walkie talkies inserted into the plot would be very interesting and different from the original
Chavez, I cannot stress enough the emphasis on the objection letter from Cook County DA! Please, I need you to depict a different image of me or minimize its severity than originally portrayed by the DA. If we can counter attack the DA’s letter, most likely they will run out of ammo to attack us next time. The following emphasizes I need you to work on (just my recommendation, I am certain you have your strategy): • Minimize immigration/deportation since the DA claimed it is a federal concern but not the state • Primarily reason to seek pardon is to leave criminal life behind and move forward without any conscience 2.
Upon first reading how the BPP chose to interpret Malcolm X 's four primary beliefs I was admittedly disappointed as I felt that the party misinterpreted what methods he advocated in conducting activism. For instance, I thought that Malcolm X 's support for the use of fire arms as a means of self-defense from harm was wrongfully understood by the BPP as an allowance of the use of weapons for “achieving political aims.” (9) However, as I read further Alkebulan wrote that “Malcolm never gave a definitive answer as to whether arms were to be used strictly for self-defense or to help ensure political autonomy” this passage encouraged me to look a bit deeper into Malcolm X 's teachings. Malcolm was a devout advocate of blacks being treated
The author in this article argue the school board decision to stop using team names such as Chiefs or Indians, but will be permitted using names with no imagery involved such as Warriors. It seems that there are different views in how to use Native American representation. Supporters argue that no harm done in using these names, on the other hand opponents will argue that using these names is degrading the Native American culture. According to the author, many research’s asked the question, what does these names or mascots represent? The author point view shows that these mascots might bring more harm than good.
because Lopez wasn't able to defend himself and wasn't able to having a hearing and his family wasn't notified either. If the court did not try to stop this it would have affected him and everyone else as well. If you think about it everyone had the right to be heard and the court bringing up that it affected the 14th amendment was a good way to protect the right to a hearing, because using liberty and property (property being education) challenged the court and made a different viewpoint on how the case was projected. Now we’re able to have court ruling for suspensions. which is a good thing and also sinces i'm a student i think it's fair that court hearing is given because without it how would a student be able to defend themselves without anyone to make the decisions if they are right or wrong.
But what I took from Postman’s “centre of the universe” comment is that Visigoths think for themselves before anything or anyone else. In an Athenians perspective this is wrong and that people should put other people before themselves. I do not believe that though. I think that I should always look out for myself before I start looking out for anyone else. If I were in danger my initial instinct would be to save myself before saving other people.
One quote says, “Now you tell your father not to teach you anymore. It’s best to begin reading with a fresh mind. You tell him I’ll take over from here and try to undo the damage-Your father does not know how to teach.” -Miss Caroline Fisher (23 Lee). The dramatic irony in the book reveals information about Scout 's situation of which she is not aware.
Brown thought Native Americans would get flustered by the name “Redskins.” The survey demonstrates that the vast majority do not care. He also states It is also crucial that when new information, such as this survey, becomes available, we think about the information. Things change, and everyone has to be prepared to change how they feel about different subjects as new facts are explored. It is not polite for anyone, kid, presidential candidate or sportswriter to change your mind, no matter what.
To understand what I mean by this I will create a hypothetical to show when the court should rule each way. In the first scenario, Dale as an assistant scoutmaster teaches his troop that homosexual activity is condoned and acceptable which directly breaks the objectives of the scout’s organization. Thus, the BSA can terminate Dale on the grounds of violating their expressive rights as protected in the first amendment. However, in the real events, where Dale did not use his position as assistant scoutmaster to advance his cause and only advocated for gay rights in his capacity as a private citizen the scouts had no basis for terminating Dale without punishing him for his actions and words which is a violation of his freedom of speech. To simplify my position into one line: The expressive rights of an organization is only protected over that of an individual when an individual actively undermines the organization (i.e., use the organization as a means to extend