Professionals, as parents of children, against the HPV vaccine believe that the vaccine is more risky and dangerous for children than the actual disease. In an article written by Dr. Kurt Perkins, DC, CCWP, he argues that the HPV vaccine given to girls 12 years of age to prevent cervical cancer is junk. He states that the average age of women getting cervical cancer is 50 and the vaccine is only good for 5 years in the body. Along with Dr. Perkins, Dr. Karen Smith-McCune, a gynecologist in San Francisco, CA, is very skeptical of the HPV vaccine. She knows that regular pap smears will be enough to find precancerous areas early and they can be treated.
That safe place should be the U.S, our country is safe and large enough to support these people 's so why are we turning them away. Very recently the U.S agreed to take in 110,000 more refugees from war torn countries. This is under the refugee act of 1980. This act enables refugees to come into the U.S. originally the plan was to only let 10,000 refugees into the U.S but it was changed to 110,000 in 2016. We have only taken in 85,000 that is only 77.3 percent of the refugees what we promised to
Twelve thousand children, thirty thousand women, and over three hundred thousand men, all were civilians who had nothing to do with the war. Families were separated, women were widowed, children became orphans, and men saw their own children dead in front of them, and their only fault was refusing to flee away in order to live in their own country. Seeking asylum was one of the most challenging things Syrians have faced. One of the most well known stories that quickly became trending all over the news and social media, was the story of Alan the kid who drowned with his mother and brother while travelling illegally from Syria to Turkey whose body was found on the beach the next day. Many similar incidents happened to the Syrians who were looking for a safe place.
It was then found that “Half the study participants had depression serious enough to warrant further assessment. A quarter reported moderate to severe anxiety. Those rates are higher than those of the general public and other minority groups, says Amer, citing ongoing racial profiling, discrimination and other stressors unique to Arabs as causes” (Clay 2011). And despite the Arab-Americans receiving death threats from strangers, Clay also reports, "I saw articles online where people were saying if they are depressed, that means they 're crazy and shouldn 't even be living in this country." However, muslims were not the only ones affected by Religious Hate Crimes.
The breaking of the conch shell symbolizes that no civilization is left among Jack and his tribe. Ralph runs away as he realizes that he has no authority left and Jack and his tribe has fully become savages. Jack and his tribe hunts Ralph and they set the forest on fire. Ralph finds himself cornered and has no hope of surviving. But the burning forest attracts a british naval ship, and an officer comes to the island.
These fears came also with the communities thinking about terrorism. “Negative views of refugees are tied to negative views about Muslims. In all 10 EU countries surveyed, people who have a more negative view of Muslims are also much more concerned about the threat of refugees to their country. For example, in the UK, 80% of those who have an unfavorable opinion of Muslims say refugees leaving Iraq and Syria are a major threat to their country. Most refugees in Europe come from nations that are predominantly Muslim.” (Poushter,2016) Communities were scared that these people were going to come and harm or terrorize their communities.” A median of 59% across 10 EU countries voice concern about the prospect of increased terrorism.
The most recent shock to the people regarding the topic of abortion was when President Trump was pictured with six other men signing a ban on federal funding for international groups that provide information on abortions. Considering this was a picture of seven men making a decision that would affect women across the nation, it’s understandable as to why people would be upset about this.Though to have a better understanding of both sides it is important to be aware of how the first debate came to be. In 1971, a case first came up where Jane Roe, a Texas resident, wanted to terminate her pregnancy by abortion. At the time, Texas law prohibited abortions and the only exception to the law was if the pregnancy put the women’s life at risk. After being appealed, the case was taken on by the Supreme Court.
Just think that is taxpayers are paying for 250,000 abortions a year (Conover), people are paying taxes to go towards something that isn’t beneficial to their community, and they aren’t benefiting off of it. On the other hand, there are people that think abortion should be legal because they think that it should be up to the mother to decide if she wants to keep the baby or not. People also want to say that there should be certain cases that abortion should be legal, and it’s the only option. However, abortion is more harmful to the women themselves than having the baby in the long
If his manipulation works then people will vote for him because he offers anti-immigration laws and projects like his infamous wall on the border between Mexico and the United States of America. The government also lies about their achievements to keep people 's support. Donald Trump, again, said on December 29th, 2017: "We have signed more legislation than anybody. We broke the record of Harry Truman." (Politifact.com) This statement is false.
The US National Library of Medicine reported back in 2006 that 2 out of 5 pregnancies were unwanted (Finer). 29% of these pregnancies where unwanted at the time and 19% where unwanted period, the lack of access to contraceptives around the globe is a big issue because if they were provided to everyone not wanting a pregnancy. We as a human species, could reduce the world's population size enormously. Limiting family sizes to a max of two children per family will also decrease our overpopulation problem over time. As Americans we want to have our own children, having at least two of them is enough.
Dear Mr. President, Here are the basic principles guiding my work as the Director in charge of Immigration to the United States: I believe there should be a limit of 675,000 immigrants a year because if there are too many immigrants in the U.S., there could be an overwhelming amount of unemployment because there wouldn’t be enough jobs and resources for everyone. I also believe that there should be thorough background checks on every immigrant entering the country because of terrorism happening in the world right now. However, I don’t think that immigrants from certain countries should be discriminated against because of their religion or skin color like has been mentioned by the president elect Donald Trump. Further, I believe
Which rarely occurs in today 's society because we have a wide selection of grocery stores and convenience stores. But a sudden halt came upon Centralia 's coal mine business and all of the other 50 states in the United States this was because World War one was rising up. Wifes and daughters had to give up their husbands, sons and brothers so they can fight for the life’s of the citizens of the United States of America. With brothers, Sons and Husbands fighting for freedom the coal mines shut down and millions lost their jobs. For this very reason residents living in Centralia Pennsylvania had forgotten all about the coal mine all together and went on with their lives.
1a. The target audience for this article is United States citizens, particularly those who side with Democratic political views. I believe this because the article is about how the United States of America is responding to the Paris Attacks in regards to the admission of Syrian refugees into our country. The main focus of this piece is on the ideas some Republican leaders have shared that they believe to be the best way to handle this issue. By selectively shedding light on these chosen responses, the authors shows that he is writing to those who don’t agree with these Republicans, which is most commonly Democrats.
Not exactly. Even though Obamacare requires that everybody obtains health insurance, 28.5 million people are uninsured in America as of the end of 2015. (“The Fiscal Times”) Why is that? Even though the number of uninsured people has dropped nearly 13 million since the ACA was passed, research has shown that even after the changes many people still cannot afford it(Key Facts about the Uninsured Population). These millions of people are not only taking a big risk and not obtaining health insurance, when they file their taxes in April they will have to pay a fee for each month and each dependent without coverage.
There has been some cases when the illegal immigrants have been getting fake or copied others social security. There are a couple theories of how they get social security. Either they’re using forged social security cards, or they only pay if they have an everyday job. They cost American taxpayers $10 billion every year (Miller 35-37). The majority of Immigrants that come here illegally pay no federal taxes or state income taxes and they don’t intend to.