Walter Palmer should be fined for killing Cecil because he has hidden proof of him killing Cecil for a month, he could have impact on other lions, and intentionally he shouldn’t have killed a lion for no reason. In Cecil the lion written by Matthew Drake Walter Palmer has putted his career in danger, due to killing a lion for no obvious reason. Walter is now having the law all over him for something that he should have not done. He should have to face in consequences of prison due to his actions. He has failed to obey the Lacey Act.
We need to make sure none of our fellow classmates grow up to do these kind of things to animals. And if they do, we need to have a more serious prison sentence. I am going to tell you a story of an animal abuser I have heard of recently. The story contains some disturbing topics and ideas. If you are squeamish or love animals as family, please skip this paragraph.
It is also very wrong to kill Loggerhead Turtles. Loggerhead turtles are being killed by people and I have a way to stop that. The government should make it illegal to kill Loggerhead Sea Turtles. If we can get enough people to vote for it after we ask the government then we can make it illegal to kill Loggerhead Sea Turtles. People shouldn’t kill or disturb Loggerhead Turtles.
Henry also stated in his speech to the Virginia Convention, “armed in the holy cause of liberty, and in such a country as that which we possess, are invincible by any force which our enemy can send against us. Besides, sir, we shall not fight our battles alone,” (Henry 104). Not only was Henry speaking to them to reach their emotions, but he was also reaching to motivate them as well. Henry lets them know that together they are invincible and together they can take down whatever conflict comes their way. The emotion and determination that Henry used was a great way to influence the public to go to war.
"You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view...Until you climb inside of his skin and walk around in it." —Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird (Page 39) In the well written novel by Barbara Kingsolver, The Poisonwood Bible, all the characters are thrown into a world that they know nothing about. They’re pulled away from their home and expected to help people that don’t even wanna be helped. All while trying to maintain the who they are. But the Congo doesn’t allow this, it changes this family in more ways than one and will forever impact their lives once they step into it.
I repeat it, sir, let it come.” Patrick Henry worded multiple times that the war was unavoidable. In conclusion, freedom and liberty was necessary for the colonists to feel like individual people. The rhetorical devices, such as metaphor and imagery, made the speech of Patrick Henry sound stronger and more illustrative. Henry skillfully used the three appeals, ethos, pathos, and logos, to strengthen his language and gave him authority in his speech. Patrick Henry’s speech influenced the American Revolution and promoted the idea independence from Great Britain that resulted in one of the strongest countries in the
After this incident, Taylor was convinced that she can’t take care of Turtle since she couldn’t keep her safe from the world. According to The Bean Trees, “…That they have the right to take her out of a perfectly good home and put her in some creepy orphanage where they probably make them sleep on burlap bags and feed them pig slop”(Kingsolver 235). Even though, Taylor believed that she can’t keep Turtle safe from this society where people try to hurt a child so young, on the other hand, Lou Ann thinks that Taylor can keep Turtle safer than anybody else. According to Abuse in America, “As of September 30, 2004, there were 517,000 children in foster care in the United States” (“Abuse in America”). This shows that people that are living the way that Lou Ann has described is not safe for children, not to mention that lots of people, because of poverty put their children
Steinbeck implies that man turns against another human for the survival of the fittest; therefore, they do not mind to put another human in a situation that is challenging to survive. People in California perceived Okies as an outsider because they are scared of changes; therefore, they become racist to them so they cannot bring changes in their society. Steinbeck foreshadows the event occur in Birmingham in 1960s because when Martin Luther King was trying to end racisms in Birmingham, the native people fear of ending racism they level King as outsiders so he cannot stop segregation and no one can accept changes. In the document, “Letter from Birmingham Jail” he claims that “anyone who lives inside the U.S can never be considered as an outsider.” King acknowledges that if people live in the U.S. than they are not outsiders because they live inside the U.S; however native people perceived other people as an outsider because they do not want
Odysseus and I share a strong self-restraint trait. For example, even though the Lotus is tempting, Odysseus ordered “no one taste the Lotus, or you lose your hope of home” (52). In other words, he kept his crew from giving into temptation, which would’ve led them astray from their intended course. Additionally, he stopped himself from killing the Cyclops because he knew “if [he] killed him [his crew] perished there as well for [they] could never move [the Cyclops’] ponderous doorway slab aside” (208). Even though he wanted to sink his sword into the
Huck fights with himself against everything that he has been taught, even going so far as to agree to eternal damnation in order to save Jim. If that to you is the wrong kind of message to be sending to our children, then by all means continue with your motion to the school board. I surely hope that you and your organization do not actually think that way, that a book that fights against slavery and evil norms of a corrupt society, is something that we should not teach our
“So I need to be rid of the problem. Unfortunately, my dearest Pasiphae refuses to let me kill the beast, as it is still her child. That is why I called upon you,” he said, nodding in Daedalus’ direction. “No average dungeon cell can hold this beast captive. I need a way to imprison it, such that it can never escape.
She explained that although the situation is less than ideal, it is perfectly legal to be fired by one agency and hired by another. A portion of the community has started a petition because they don 't want to be policed by Zeneth Glenn. How can the citizens of Ozark, Alabama expect Zeneth Glenn to serve and protect the citizens when he broke the rules as a corrections officer and used a snake to intimidate and torture Trawick? We can 't say he allegedly used the snake because he was already fired for his actions. Now they have given a him a gun and badge, and car...