Good politicians will tell you they do not lead on issues. They simply find out where everyone else is headed and then get out front. Enter presidential candidate Mike Huckabee. Reversing his position from the 2008 presidential campaign, Huckabee now says that he is open to medical marijuana and that states should be permitted to legalize recreational adult use marijuana without interference from federal authorities.
Donald Trump is one of these people who wants to change the laws of immigration, even though he might not know what they really are. As he has said on his presidential campaign, that he will Enforce Immigration law, because Donald sees the immigration system weak and wants to make it stronger.(koser) Opposing dream act is another thing Trump wants to get rid of because he sees it as giving immigrants, some free money that they “didn 't earn”, but he doesn 't see it as he 's literally taking away children 's education. (koser) Donald Trump wants to enforce the border laws by, building a fence, deploying 25,000 additional border agents, and utilizing predator drones, which a lot of people see as too much because it’s is.
As a nation we have come to point where we must take a unified stand on the issue of marijuana. Since 1937 the drug has been deemed illegal by the U.S. government but over the best decade, people have been pushing for the decriminalization of the cannabis plant. As a non drug user, i have researched the internet in search of unbiased information regarding the drugs health, economic, and crime influences on society. The fruits of my labor have brought me to the undisputable conclusion that our continued restriction on possession and use of the drug not only violates the liberties of U.S. citizens, but it also is costing Americans Billions of dollars, and something, our lives.
Johnson is also pro-choice. He believes planned parenthood does a lot of good for women 's health and it should stay that way. He also states he’d rather give the choice to the states. And will support and fund planned parenthood, except for abortion. “Should abortion be outlawed in the United States?
Marijuana should be legal to obtain because statistics and scientific studies throughout the world prove that the legalization of the drug would not only make the United States safer, but also benefit the country financially. The criminalization of marijuana has dramatized a violent image of the drug which media outlets exacerbate by using scare tactics and myths. Legalizing marijuana would eliminate any unsafe or uncomfortable means that the over 100 million Americans who have admitted to using the drug currently have to go through to obtain it. This would separate violence, murder, and the sales of other deadly drugs such as cocaine or heroin from recreational marijuana use.
Others are infuriated by the idea that these crimes continue without any government backlash, demanding immediate government action in an attempt to reduce gun related crime. Trump has responded by suggesting that congress raises the legal age to purchase firearms and passing a bill to make certain weapon performance modifications illegal to attempt to dissipate the anger among those that are pro gun control, consequently the NRA was displeased with Trump's decision, considering they supported him during the elections. "The NRA doesn't back any ban," Dana Loesch, Spokesperson of the NRA, said. The republicans fighting against gun control are primarily concerned with the idea that if all firearms were made illegal criminals would still find ways to obtain them illegally, while others would not be able to own firearms to defend themselves
Many police stations around America say that this Law should be banned and so does Obama. Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck said, "I have seen far too much gun violence in my lifetime to think that more guns is a solution... a gun is more likely to be used against you than you use a gun in self-defense." All police stations around America say that this Law should be banned because not only will it stop crime from occurring, making people feel safer and narrow the search on criminals it will make America a safer place for all people. Not only that but Barack Obama respects the 2nd Amendment, but local gun bans he is okay with. Major companies, sheriffs and high position people want this law repealed or changed.
They 're in awe that as Americans we feel Trump is going to help us prosper. Clinton supporters are determined to push her into office because they feel she earned to be there. But that shows how the media influences people. Even despite Trumps negative behavior his fame and fortune has persuaded people into believing he is what America needs. And that Hilary 's humanitarian acts although are nice, she isn 't
Instead, of being apprehensive about the weapon itself, people should pay more attention to the person with their finger on the trigger. Our new President, Donald J. Trump, believes we have a gigantic mental health issue in our country, but for some odd reason mental hospitals are shutting down. States are looking to save money by closing hospitals, however what is more important, money or the lives of the American people? The government should pay more attention to the people than the guns because as Donald Trump states, “The guns don 't pull the trigger. It 's the people that pull the trigger.”
Instead of committing to military service, the green party would like to create an alternative, a volunteer service to aid the environment. Also Under the community campaign is fighting for free child care as well as livable wage for families. Their free speech aspect rotates around the idea of free media (mostly to expose environmental wrong-doings). Being that the majority of foreign aid from the US goes to the military, the Green party wants the US government to instead give this money to peace-centered causes. They would also like to reform voting by ending discrimination against smaller parties, allowing equal air time (both radio and TV) for all political candidates, and adding a “ none of the above” choice to the voting ballot.
This is to tell kids that if they get asked a drug, their job is to say no. Donald Trump wants to solve the problem with people giving federal money to stop the issue. Lins Thulia wrote the article “Trump Wants to Bring Back “Just Say No” to Fix the Opioid Epidemic”. Thulia, the author of this article, was against Trump and points out that Trump should just get back to building his wall. Thulia thinks Trump won 't do much about the problem.
The Democrats believe in tax reduction but not at the expense of the lower and middle class. They also believe in climate change and are effectively trying to promote alternatives that will reduce the damage done to the planet. In the end, much like the Democrats, Pinky realized that in trying to please everyone no one would be happy. As with Brain, the parallels between pinky and the Democrats are
Jeb Bush looks at it as “Yes, they broke the law, but it’s not a felony; it’s an act of love,” he said. “It’s a different kind of crime. There should be a price paid. It shouldn’t rile people up that people are actually coming to provide for their families.” But he also believes that the government should create better ways to keep immigrants out and have a system of patrolling our country.
Steven Lawson views Lyndon Johnson as the ‘foremost practitioner of civil rights ever to occupy the White House’ and believes that he was in fact driven to improve the lives and status of Black Americans. However, he argues that his civil rights effort was weakened by both his obsessions with maintaining a ‘middle ground’ and the external factors which contributed to the breakdown of consensus. Lawson claims that Johnson felt that it was his ‘moral obligation [to help] every person of every skin colour’ and that it was the tragic death of Kennedy which enabled him to carry out this. He contradicts the argument laid out by Robert Caro that Johnson’s civil rights interest was influenced by political motives and that he pressured into acting