It is hoped that the Native American land will not be deserted like the Chaco Canyon and Cahokia, and that language is not lost. A culture that has benefitted the earliest of settlers in America should not be forgotten. Rather than seeking oil sources in order to make our economy “self sufficient” (Yan), why don’t we search for alternative energy sources in our country that are non invasive. The Missouri River doesn’t have to be subjected to oil spill, instead it could become a source of hydroelectric
With the wall comes its high costs like the cost of materials to build it or the money paid to the workers that are building it. When President Trump was doing the presidential campaign, he predicted the border was going to cost about twelve billion dollars, but that turned out to be untrue. Vanda Felbab-Brown herself writes, "... A Department of Homeland Security (DHS) internal report in February put the cost at $21.6 billion, but that may be a major underestimate.”
Is Major Exploration Worth the Risk? Millions of dollars are constantly being invested into major exploration, but is it worth the risk? Some may say that the major exploration isn’t worth the risk because explorers may die while exploring. Those explorers were innocent people, and exploration meant that their lives would be put at risk. On the other hand, others may dispute that major exploration benefitted the people more than it harmed them.
Jefferson’s dilemma in the Louisiana Purchase In April of 1803 Thomas Jefferson was faced with many moral dilemmas in the process of buying the Louisiana territory. Though the price for the territory was beyond generous, Jefferson felt that by purchasing the territory he would be going against his beliefs that the constitution should be followed word for word. The constitution said nothing of the president having the power to purchase land from another government, or to use money of the states for the same purpose (“the moral dilemma”). Another problem was once the land was purchased, there was a fear that it could have been a waste since they had no way to know the layout of the land, and what it would be useful for.
Besides, Manitowoc has brought the case to federal court and if the Manitowoc win the patent infringement case, it will stop Sany from selling any equipment is manufactured using any of the stolen trade secrets in the US, the market that Sany want to enter. According to the current state, Sany was ultimately barred to sell any of the crawler crane equipment it intends to sell in the US with the court rulings and this has affected its growth prospects outside of
These fines are mostly millions of euros to avoid companies to form cartels. In the European Union the fines for being part of a cartel is 10% of the company’s revenue. The punishment should be greater than 10, it should be large enough so no company would start or be part of a cartel (Chavda & Jegers, 2007, p. 242-243). Another reason is the lenience policy of the Commission. When the EC can prove a company is active in a cartel it will receive a fine.
With the government currently spending around 6% of its annual defence budget on Trident. An example of someone who believes that the the Trident shouldn’t be funded is Jeremy Corbyn, he states that “I do not believe the threat of mass murder is a legitimate way to go about dealing with international relations.” Others argue that if we get rid of the Trident it could put up to 15 thousand in unemployment. Others also argue that Trident isn’t really an independent system, relying too much on America. For example the British Trident missiles being held in Georgia,
This is because companies are hesitant about investing in countries where corruption is abundant since the costs of undertaking a successful business are eloquently higher. Even though some affected countries abundant in natural resources, the population still does not benefit from the money earned. To summarise what has been said corruption thwarts citizens, countries and organisations from adhering to their full potential. A short time ago, in 2016, criminal gangs in Latin America were administering a successful business in illegal gold mining. The conditions of this area were terrible, as it was “a huge encampment scarred by deforestation and mercury-filled pools – was dirty, desperate and dangerous: food and water were scarce; malaria and yello.w fever were rampant; and trafficked girls as young as 12 worked as prostitutes in the surrounding bars.”
SAFEGUARDING THE INDIAN WHISTLEBLOWERS The primary reason why whistleblowing is not such a viable option is because it is not effectively guarded by law. The road ahead is full of landmines and it is far from easy for anybody to become a whistleblower. The gory murder of Satyendra Dubey triggered a sort of chain reaction. Following the massive nation-wide protests against the killing, a Whistleblower Bill was introduced in the Rajya Sabha in March 2006.
Donald Trump has repeatedly stated that if the wall were to be built, Mexico would be the one to pay for it. The President of Mexico has refused to do this several times. Although, depending on the type of wall and the materials needed, it may ultimately cost too much for the U.S. to afford. The length of the border itself must also be considered. In addition to cost, time is also a huge concern.
Others may insist that science will advance at some point, and that people just need to be tolerant. But is it worth the millions of dollars for something that likely will not happen? A lot of people would oppose. Even though space exploration has a lot of hopeful attributes, it is undeserving of being funded by the American people for the price of space exploration is too much money, and because science is not progressing at all at this point. It is unjust that NASA is getting away with stealing from people, and it is about time that this form of stealing should be
“There is every indication that the European Community will increasingly resist the importation of non-metric goods. (Garfinkel 12)” This would be bad for US trading since Europe makes up nearly half of the world’s manufacture trading. Without their trading America won’t receive the goods we need all because we have a different measuring system. “A shipment from General Electric that was turned back from a port in Saudi Arabia because it contained electrical cords that were six feet long instead of the required two meters.
As the Kansas motto ad astra per aspera, meaning “to the stars through difficulties” states, it seems to some that the difficulties the state is facing may be too hard to overcome if Brownback’s plans are continued to be put to action. Governor Brownback’s current policies are leading the state of Kansas down a path of future failure. Both fiscal and social political issues are arising with no signs of being resolved. Currently, Kansas citizens are finding much to complain about in terms of taxes and Brownback’s ideology as a whole. The citizens of the state of Kansas should not re-elect Brownback because of the poor state he is pushing the state towards with his extreme education cuts, tax increases, and the overall perception he places on
One reason is fracking increases the risk that groundwater can be polluted. This creates a problem due to the fact that the clean groundwater has more important uses than being polluted to extract shale gas. With methane emissions, environmentalists doubt that shale gas is a better alternative to harmful fossil fuels. Another argument presented by the environmentalists is that the fossil fuel industry is declining; investing in a company that will not succeed is pointless. They think that shale fracking is not going to be very successful because the industry is moving towards renewable energy