But it also shows that they were not the only ones to be mistreated and racially attacked and detained after the attack on Pearl Harbor. It was unfair for them to have their rights ripped from them, no trial or no evidence. It was because of their ethnicity that they were gravely mistreated by the system that was supposed to protect them. It didn’t matter if you were a natural born citizen, or if you were of different ethnics of any foreign nature you were or could be consider to be an enemy of the United States. Even though the government justified their actions by protecting the people against further attacks, all they did was abuse the constitution, its power and ruin people’s
At one point Weldon was also very adamant on not shooting and killing detainees when their backs facing the shooter. He was going to hold everyone accountable for this deadly force policy. Even though he had modified it, it had been for what he believed to be the greater good. He was the only one that could authorize for them to use deadly
In my opinion Jay Gatsby was a bootlegger because how else would he have alcohol at all of his parties. He had new money and it wasn 't common for people to have new money because most people inherited it, also this gave many reasons to suspect him to be a bootlegger. Gatsby was one of those people that wanted to do stuff with his life but ended up doing bad stuff for a good reason but the cause killed him. He also never inherited any money. In ways people can say he is not but they can believe what they want but they are wrong to think that.
They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists.” (Patten, 2015) I believe Trump was completely out of line to publicly announce this, and not all illegal immigrants from Mexico and other Hispanic countries have brought crime, drugs, and, rape.
They say that if guns are taken away than it will stop mass shootings. This is wrong however because the guns criminals use most of the time are bought illegally or bought by someone else and given to them. They also may say that the background check needs to be more through. But even if they change the background checks and make them better, these people have been thinking this over and are probably going to be able to get past without being noticed. Since there is no real middle ground than they say that guns should just be taken away for good.
People need to understand that the country could not be where it is without diversity of races. Immigrants are not trying to take anything from anyone; they are hardworking individuals seeking to live honest and fulfilling lives. A group of Muslims committed an indescribable act of terrorism years ago, however not all of them are terrorist. Immigrants are in search of a dream, which may be achieved with the resources and opportunity available in the US. Surely, there are a few bad apples among the lot, but in all that is good, there is bad.
There is no other reason that man’s life must be taken aside from illness and sickness. When someone committed a crime, there are several consequences that corresponds to all of his actions, but, whatever they have done something against the law, they don’t have the right to take one’s life in exchange. Is it really possible to take one’s life to pay the other one? Some people are quite satisfied by a lifetime imprisoning in exchange of the crime instead of having the conscience. Though, other people does not want that kind of consequence for their loved ones who became the victim that suffered.
As for threats and jail won’t stop those immigrants from reaching their goal. Clearly all immigrants have the same opinion, that they will take the risk go by an illegal way in search/ to find work and a good wage that could give them the everyday material. The only problem is that they are not well educated to try and think that the amount of money is enough and could get some jobs from it. They take the risk because they didn’t get a chance for working for its country with a good wage. Also because they didn’t get their rights in their country so they went for another one to get the main rights of any human which are a shelter and food and an amount of money enough for him and his family.
Many people claim it is a dangerous and risky if prisoners retain the right to vote in political matters. After all, they have somehow violated the laws of the state by committing a crime that led to their imprisonment. But democratic, constitutional states like Germany have not denied prisoners their right to vote. The following essay will argue in favour of that decision.
The main points that have been covered dejecting the idea of capital punishment is that even though it has been practiced since long time in history now but there is no evidence that after it such form of crime would not have been committed again. Secondly, by all grounds it is the most inhumane form of punishment and instead of it to teach a lesson there could be numerous more ways to punish a criminal instead of just putting him to death. Lesson being learnt by him should be the most important thing instead of the lesson being learnt by the society. Other than this taxpayers start to spend a lot of amount on the dying person while another argument being that the government itself is committing the same crime that the criminal committed by murdering him and putting him to death hence sending out a pessimistic lesson to the society which will nurture a more negative society instead of churing out positive
So why should I give up these rights that have been long fought for. We come from a diverse nation and we should be able to find other ways to fight terrorism other than sacrificing our liberties. Our civil liberties take precedence. The rights of the people in America should not be invaded upon because these rights are warranted. If our rights are invaded it not only oversteps the
The nation should be concerned about how to treat illegal immigrants. The way the United States treats an illegal immigrant within its borders is important because immigrants are also people living in America. However some people want to deport all the illegal immigrants. Giving illegal immigrants such privileges as a driver’s license or welfare does not appeal to the law-abiding citizens. The immigrants are viewed as criminals.
But still they had some problems. For example, the Americans wanted all the procedures to done in an orderly manner but with the refugees it was not completely possible. In many cases, refugees were not able to develop a legal case. They could make claims but their chances of rejection were very high and they could even end up in jail. To avoid it, they can enter US illegally and then make claim when they have better access to the legal system.
Another act would require the reason for their persecution like if they were persecuted due to what their political opinion is, religion, or social group membership. Other effects of the Real ID Act would also raise the bar on obtaining a driver 's license if they are not able to prove that they are in the U.S legally. Law enforcement has even recognized the problem even stating “Drivers licenses are to make the roads safer denying them one would only do the opposite.” Most immigrants work in hard labor jobs with little to no means of public transportation so they will continue to drive without a license. Eleven states have now issued licenses to immigrants without documentation, instead the DMV asks for photo ID, addresses and proof of insurance on file thus staying in view of law enforcement.
Throughout the history of the United States, immigration has and continues to be an issue that is present today. Undocumented immigrants face many hardships living in our country with limited access to attain a lifestyle as any other American. These limitations affect undocumented immigrants in their daily lives and they face downward social mobility. In the workplace along with anywhere else, immigrants face fear of deportation and exploitation due to their ‘illegal’ immigration status, therefore they remain living in the shadows and in extreme distress. If opportunities such as a work permit was granted to immigrants, their chances of succeeding in the labor market would be rewarding.