Abortion became legal in America in 1973 due to a Supreme Court case Roe vs Wade and has continued to be a popular issue (“Roe v. Wade”). Abortion is a topic that many people have different views on and feel strongly about. It’s also a very heated topic within the government parties, with the disagreement of each one’s views. Democrats believe that women have the right to decide what they want to do with their body. They also believe that a fetus is not a human life, therefore, they have no individual rights.
The recent presidential election was one of the biggest in history. We had Hilary Clinton running for the democratic party, and Donald Trump for Republican. There was much tension between both the candidates and the voters. Even though it ended not the best, it is something we have to live with. During the campaign, there was a debate between the republican party for all possible runners.
Roe filed a lawsuit on wade claiming that a Texas law was criminalizing majority of every abortion. During that time period abortion were really only considered if the pregnancy was considered life threatening to the mother. This court case still remains one of the most intensely debated cases making the House Bill 3994 stand out. With this bill come many different opinions with some highly though of voices claiming there thought on the bill. Some representatives think that the bill is covering all the loopholes and clarifying the rules for underage minors who wish to proceed with and abortion without the consent of parent or guardian but the consent of a judge while others are seeing the complication with constitutional rights and the right to privacy.
What people don 't understand is that they are taking away their own freedoms with Gun Control. In conclusion, the people for Gun Control are infringing rules that are immovable, and the against it are literally on higher ground because they know that the people for it are trying to fight America, which they are. Gun Control is just one big fight that was started by people that lust for control and use it to pollute the society. Even though gun laws are the top answer for less gun
The topic of abortion has long been a controversial issue. An abortion is a medical procedure that is used to terminate a pregnancy and cause death to the embryo. Both presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump take on different sides on this sensitive issue. Donald Trump is pro life he is against the practice of abortion. Hillary Clinton on the other hand, is pro choice she supports that women should have a right to a safe legal abortion.
We all know the most popular hot buttons in today’s American society. Religion, equality, and abortion. Now, many would argue that religion and abortion fall under the same umbrella, which just goes to show how controversial this topic really is. In the recent history, abortion has grown to be one of the most argued about topics across all media venues. With the presidential election approaching, this years candidates are pushing their beliefs and causing a riot amongst the American people to tally up their votes.
The numerous conventions of today 's political discourse have been specifically crafted in order to appeal to the general public. Some politicians deviate from these conventions in order to stand out. However many political leaders conform to them since it is the most reliable way to create a wide range of support. These carefully developed political norms are present and detectable among numerous speeches done by the most powerful and influential political leaders in the world. Since the public is easily manipulated by these conventions, presidents are usually found to utilize them.
In the presidential election a candidate must receive a majority of Electoral College votes, a very difficult task for a party that is up against two of the most historically rooted and powerful parties in America. Although the third parties may be influential, their impact is very limited because “they rarely receive enough support to capture a state’s Electoral College votes” since “support is concentrated” (Hernnson, 3). This acts as a domino effect; if they cannot elect candidates to represent their party then they lose any type of recognition and political influence, let alone a place for their name on a voting ballot. Getting on the voting ballot itself can be an obstacle for third parties. The two major parties have a great advantage; they don’t have to worry about making it on the ballot in the first place because of their large following.
Her argument calls out pro-choicers by proving the statement made by so many pro-choicers wrong, “Favoring abortion rights isn’t about liking abortion. It’s a matter of supporting every woman’s right to choose for herself.” After quoting what most
As an encouragement to vote most of us have probably been told, “every vote counts” at some point in our lives. In reality, this is not true in presidential elections due to the Electoral College and what it does. The Electoral College has flaws in it that can prohibit the outcome of the election from accurately reflecting whom a majority the people of the country cast their vote for. Not only will he abolishment of the electoral college change the outcome of elections, it can change the whole campaign process and the way some people in less represented states feel about voting increasing voter turnout. Every four years in early November we have the most important election that there is in this country, the presidential election.
The American society today is blinded by the lack of information within reproductive rights and abortion. Most tend to believe that abortion is the main issue within reproductive rights and tend to defund places like Planned Parenthood, or try to. Abortion is a controversial topic, and unfortunately not many know what abortion really is. Due to this, some choose to be Pro-Life as opposed to being Pro-Choice. According to TFP Student Action, there are multiple reasons to not be pro-choice.
If a being has a right to life then it is wrong to kill it. Abortion is the termination of a fetus; therefore abortion is wrong (Thomson, 48). Much of the debate on whether if abortion is permissible or not gets caught up on this first premise that fetuses obtain personhood at conception and to deny this premise would be to claim that personhood does not start at conception which would make this argument fail. Thompson does not believe this claim that personhood is achieved at conception, but she feels that the permissibility of abortion can still be argued for even if premise (1) were true. She does this by attacking premise (3); that if a being has a right to life, then it is wrong to kill it.