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The Budweiser advertisement during the 2002 Super Bowl is a 9/11 shout-out, which featured the trademark Clydesdale’s bowing in front of the Statue of Liberty to remind viewers to pay respect to New York City. The shout-outs are meant to reevaluate the events on September 11th 2011 and to describe them in a more creative and exciting way. Anti-Monumental Art or Culture: Anti-Monumental Art or Culture is a collection of artists who created works of art that questioned what America really stands for. The art displayed showed how regular American’s felt about September 11th not how the government portrayed it. A few examples of Anti-Monumental art include Superman being wounded, a weeping Statue of Liberty, and Superman beholding the real heroes.
The legalization of Marijuana Desmond "I think if you actually look at the sort of marijuana on sale today, it is actually incredibly damaging, very, very, toxic, and in any case leads to huge mental health problems" said by David Cameron, Former British Prime Minister. The rising concern about the use of marijuana is severe recently. There are numbers of objections about the legalization of marijuana that people are concern about the negative influence of it. But the Canadian government insists despite the counter opinion from the public that made marijuana legalized. There are 3 main reasons why people objected to the legalization of marijuana.
SUMMARY: Drug legalization advocates, Tommy McDonald and Tony Newman, in the article California Voters Overwhelmingly Approve Marijuana Legalization, published by Drug Policy, discusses that California becomes the next state to legalize recreational use by adults. McDonald and Newman support their assertion of federal legalization of marijuana by using facts and statistics. The authors discuss that other states have had a successful transition into the drug world. The authors’ overall purpose was to open the conversation of why legalization of marijuana should be legal nationwide in order to advocate for safe use of marijuana. McDonald and Newman employed an assertive yet celebratory tone to appeal to the audience’s emotions.
The Witches of Salem: Diabolical doings in a Puritan village. The New Yorker, 7 September 2015, https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2015/09/07/the-witches-of-salem. Miller, Arthur. The Crucible. https://www.cusd80.com/cms/lib6/AZ01001175/Centricity/Domain/4860/The%20Crucible_full%20text_adobe_format.pdf “McCarthyism.” US History, vol.
In the eyes of the author, “cultural pluralism complicates, and may even completely prevent, the definition of appropriate modes of behavior and self-expression.” With a thorough exploration of how this trend “affects some groups positively and others negatively,” he alludes to the foundation of law regarding pornography: obscene words. For class purposes, much of pornography law has stemmed from common law in England, including Anglican influence and a thorough integration of church and state. With every belief comes dissent, and as common law sought its way into the American legal system, so did landmark cases like Schenck v. United States and Abrams v. United States. Many obscenity cases came before — such as Regina v. Hicklin — and the ones after honed in on specific contexts, creating rules and tests to identify what truly was
However, there are many facts and points made about how the amendment is supposed to be treated and how guns are supposed to be used for both individual rights and militia. In fact, “The US Supreme Court ruled in 2008 that this amendment referred to the individual’s right to own a gun for self-defense. Other federal courts have ruled that this amendment pertains only to the rights to form and maintain a militia. Advocates of gun control point out that the writers of the Constitution could not have imagined some of the weapons that are currently available or the amount of damage that could be inflicted by one person armed with one of these guns. Gun control opponents insist there is a constitutional right for individuals to have weapons and vehemently argue against any restrictions
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Over the past decade, there has been substantial debate over policies regarding the legalization of marijuana for medical and recreational use in the United States. In recent years, even the nation’s capital legalized the use of recreational cannabis. These sweeping changes have led to extensive debate over the power of states and the national government in creating laws to regulate these once-illegal substances. This debate presents a significant policy problem that can be analyzed from the perspective of Deborah Stone, author of Public Paradox The Art of Political Decision Making. Stone offers five methods that can be used to study policy problems: they are symbols, numbers, causes, interests, and decisions (Stone 2012, vii).
Topics discussed also include what social or economic effects that decriminalization of marijuana has had on the United States society. The heated-debate situation of marijuana today mainly results from the discrepancy between federal laws and state laws. By analyzing different laws, we can gain an insight into why marijuana is legal today in most states. Also by looking at the social and economic consequences of marijuana legalization in certain states, we can better understand why other states still consider marijuana illegal. This article provides a different and unique angle to explore the research topic by comparing legislative difference among laws.
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When he made his most definitive statement about not taking away people’s guns during the 2008 campaign, Obama added that “there are some common-sense gun safety laws that I believe in.”” . LaPierre maintains that background checks are equivalent to gun bans and gun confiscation. According to “The Australia Gun Control Fallacy” by Varad Mehta Australia doesn’t have a bill of rights, so their legislators have more say for their individual rights than ours. “Australians have no constitutional right to bear arms, so seizing their weapons did not violate their constitutional rights. Gun confiscation in the United States would require violating not only the Second Amendment, but the fourth and