Why doesn 't our government seem to care? To answer the questions of if our government provides enough support to those suffering from mental health condition we should analyze our government versus all the others, health organizations, mental health conditions, and health standards, we should also inquire information about whether the government has better things to do. Weak individuals with mental illnesses are shunned because of the stigmas we have adapted. We would throw those with mental illnesses into a cell and never give them hope to live. We thought that they couldn 't think for themselves.
In our present generation, the idea of a separation between men and women really is not considered. We live in a culture where a person gets to choose sexual orientation, sexual preference, and even alter sex chromosomes. Due to of the advancement in our science, sociology, and psychology, sexism is arguably obsolete. I say all of that and an educated reader may be thinking “This girl is so wrong and has no clue what she is talking about because sexism does exist.” Well, it does, but not in the same way that it existed in medieval times. Medieval literature and outlets that interpret medieval literature depict sexism in a completely different, extremely radical way.
While some may say it seems barbaric to still have a death penalty, the U.S. says it 's used as a crime deterrent. While the thought of death may be a deterrent, it 's typically not thought about during the forbidden actions, meaning that its actually not barbaric enough. The death penalty is ineffective, because its main purposes are to give some consolation to the victim 's family, and to be a crime deterrent. The main problem with this is that it doesn 't work at all as a crime deterrent. According to “Study: 88% of criminologists do not believe the death penalty is an effective deterrent” in 2008 88.2% of criminologists surveyed did not believe that the death penalty is effective.
She believes the growing political correctness in our country and government censorship solves nothing and actually causes more problems than it solves (660). She claims that such actions “selectively [erase] history” (660). Reynolds claims that political correctness and censorship are actually hurting efforts to overcome racism and other acceptance issues. She states not being able to freely discuss issues such as “race, gender, religion, or sexual orientation” is harming the efforts for understanding and acceptance because individuals are not discussing them at all and therefore it hinders them from gaining new perspectives (660). She finishes her argument by stating that the bill will smother our freedom and ability to have productive conversations about Native American history in our culture (660).
They have ignored the advice of the highest medical and legal authorities we have here and overseas. Our government claims that as humans we are innocent until proven guilty, however this is not the case as we are locking up these unfortunate people upon their arrival. Human rights commission released that what the government was doing is illegal. Our nation in response focused not on the mistreatment of these innocent beings but instead asked for the resignation of the human rights commissioner, Gillian Triggs for shedding the truth of what is really
She said that torture could never be American policy, ‘period.’ Barack Obama said that there were all sorts of hypothetic emergency situations that could arise, but that he would rather make a decision at the time than making an advanced judgement. In America, the TBS debate in politics brings attention to the need of better intelligence and detention policies. The nation should rely more on an intelligence system rather than the hope that a tortured individual would give accurate information. Therefore, torture and the TBS in political public debate brings us to the outcome that whilst some politicians still believe that torture can be justified in hypothetical situations, a majority take the stance that using the TBS as justification shouldn’t be the basis of decisions on such a serious matter. In the real world of the “war on terrorism”, torture can never be justified.
Political correctness is having a negative effect on our country by limiting free speech, deleting history, making people weaker mentally, and giving rights to people by taking them away from others. To begin, political correctness is limiting people’s free speech by trying to censor what they say if it is deemed as offensive or insensitive.Political correctness is trying to control what people can and cannot say.According to a poll, 71% of Americans who were surveyed said that discussions that are much needed by society have been silenced by political correctness and 58% of those surveyed said they were afraid to share some of their political views. "Edkins").So this means that due to political correctness, 71 out of every 100 people surveyed felt that their freedom of speech was limited. These people felt
The author does not signify whatsoever why the high-five does not mean “job well-done”. He gives another argument that each and every person uses the word “suck”, which is a broad claim. However, in his following paragraph, he does not reason why all people use “suckiness”, but rather gives two examples of political leaders who do use it. This is a weak inductive argument, as he assumes that if the famous political leaders use this word, then so does the average person. Here the author should have probably listed a psychological reason that explains why humans react either positively or negatively.
Arab is a non democratic country as their citizens’ views are not put into consideration in Arab’s decision making processes, causing citizens to become violent as that is one of the only ways their voices could and would be heard by people in the Government, people with power to make decisions. Many non democratic countries anticipate that citizens would turn to violence, causing these countries to become heavily militarized. Therefore, democracy does not only create a political institution supported by the majority of society, but also seeks to improve the nation’s standard of living by developing safe
Torture is defined as the intentional use of physical or physiological pain to gain advantage over an individual. And most people say it 's ok because it 's “ for a good causes” because that 's what the government has told them. People don 't actually know what they do and why they do it. Just because the person is from a different country or has a different culture that doesn 't make them a terrorist and it doesn 't mean they are going to attack our country. 65% of people that our government torture to get information end up dying before we can get anything from them.
Polygraph tests should not be held admissible in the court system because they are used falsely and they do not always catch the lies that have been told.What is a polygraph? Is it used properly in the court system? “There is no test that can detect lies.”(Sources6)Some people think that the tests are read and study correctly and some people think it is read wrong. Scientist have studied and shows that it is not better than no other tests that is out there to catch lies and guilty people. (Sources 1) A person can constantly tell them self they didn 't do it and pass the polygraph test by just saying that to them self over and over to make their self believe .
•P 5: He isn 't happy with people who serve their lives to working for the state. •P 8- He doesn 't find the government to respect people and its people responsibility to challenge the state. •P 9 : Regarding to Paley a social philosopher who argued all civil duties gain from expediency. •P 10: Speaking of effectiveness on voting and lack of action in society, slavery and Mexican war. •P 11: Thoreau explains that the majority wont abolish slavery until it is appropriate.
9. I want to persuade my audience that rape is a serious issue in the military and it needs to be dealt with in a different way because the current system isn’t effective. Victims are still too afraid to speak about what happened to them. 10. Rape in the military is a datable topic because some people maybe too ignorant to believe such a horrendous act can happen in our military.
To me, the arguments made by Beccaria, Howard, and Diderot against the mistreatment of absolutely anyone offered a new concept toward the perspective of conservative members of society to the marginalized population they condemned and exploited. In Beccaria’s On Crime and Punishments, he asserts that the method of torturing people accused of crimes is neither necessary nor ethical, because no one is aware if they are either guilty or innocent. I found it interesting that he mentioned the accused who are weak and succumb to the torture and confess to a crime they did not commit because it emphasized the insufficiency of this method of determining guilt. It seemed as if a prosecutor during their time would employ this strategy to quickly convict