Discussion- This article has given insight into what is going on around the world as this article shows us how gun violence has played a huge role in the world we live in today. The problems that this initiative had was that the ability to be allowed to do consent to search made it hard for officers to abide to others rights. This did solve problems in the beginning as this did reduce gun violence however as this did lower gun violence people felt that this infringed on our first amendment rights. The partnerships that would have made this initiative much more successful would be the help of those in the community as this could put awareness towards the potential crime that is going on. A program like this could be instituted today however it would need to be edited as the key concepts of this idea is ideal however the idea of being able to search those based solely off of your own discretion is not the way to go about it.
As Americans we are no longer safe. Instead of more gun control, we need to strongly look at concealed carry laws. This law has the potential to reduce crime, and prevent mass shootings. Most importantly, it is our constitutional right. First and most importantly, it is clear that concealed carry laws reduce crime.
This, they argue, would reduce the pool of guns that criminals can get their hands on, thereby reducing gun violence. One of the articles that entailed this line of thinking was Jonathan Masters’ “Gun Control Around the World: A Primer.” This article, published by the Atlantic in 2016, strikes as a trustworthy news source because it uses facts about what is happening in our world today to communicate why is regulating guns heavily a viable option, all while keeping an objective tone, free from personal
Pro gun-control activists argue this as they are of the point of view that gun access is too easy and that this access is causing danger in society; they clearly value safety, particularly for human life. They follow the ideology of socialism because they want social order and for everyone to be able to access the same things, including a limited access to guns. Socialism is about control and pro-gun control advocates are all about control, specifically of the distribution and legality of guns. Pro-gun control advocates often believe the the NRA are the cause of most gun related incidents; there is even a website that is attempting to stop the NRA. This website ‘Stop The NRA’ use the campaign line “join StopTheNRA.com and the millions of Americans
He believes that the process is more ethical and morally acceptable that long-term sentence, which is usually attached to sex offenses. He also cited this method as more humane than surgical castration, which leads to permanent incapacitation. However, opponents of chemical castration including Miller (1998) have raised concern over the constitutionality of the practice. For example, it is argued that subjecting an individual to the procedure is a violation of one’s constitutional rights besides predisposing the individual to the associated side effects. Other researchers claim that both sides are valid provided that chemical castration is officially constituted and, made a voluntary procedure and carried out in the correct and recommended manner by qualified health professionals.
They want to make sure when punishing an immoral act, there is benefit to society. Shaw says this because utilitarianism does give established laws and reasoning behind them. Shaw also says that Utilitarians say that our system of punishment as it functions, succeeds in rehabilitating many convicts and discourages them from future mistakes. his reasons for saying this. I think that Utilitarians favor exploring the alternatives because doing something to someone, even a criminal, who has committed a heinous crime, morally wrong, and two wrongs do not make a right, it is setting the wrong view for society.
Eastwood had an obvious incentive to create a mainstream film that serves its primary purpose as entertainment rather than social commentary. However, I think its popularity and award nominations are an opportunity to consider the paradox inherent in modern American society— where the men and women who risk the most to protect the U.S. are divorced from mainstream life. With "American Sniper", there is a catalyst for debate and reflection on this issue that will hopefully lead to tangible improvements in the divide between soldier and
The aforementioned issue, in brief, the drugs is a too danger to leave it as it is so it should be legalized. Legalizing of drugs will benefit the social by lessening the rising of crimes, protect the addicts’ health, and spread limitation of drug supervision. With all of these suggestions have proved that pronouncing drugs lawful are
The debate on the Second Amendment, and many cases have been reviewed by the Supreme Court to determine what exactly it means. The Second Amendment states “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.” The debate is over what the Second Amendment means when it says “the right of the people to keep and bear arms”. Those in favor of gun control believe that putting more restrictions on guns will make America safer and reduce the number of deaths in our country. They claim that the Amendment protects the right to arming a militia, which we now call the National Guard, but nothing beyond that. Those opposed to gun control believe that restricting guns will make our country more dangerous because countries with higher gun control have
This paper’s examination of the topic will firstly deal with self-ownership, a term that expresses the idea that people should have control of what happen to their bodies. Secondly it will argue that organ donation regulation will help save lives, thus decrease the mortality rate. Finally, it will consider the economical side of the issue, raising concern about the black market trafficking and how this regulation can put an end to it. The first and main reason to support organ donation regulation is the fact that it claims to favor human autonomy in other terms self-ownership. Similarly to autonomy, “self-ownership is a concept with many different associated concepts, and its implications for institutions that distribute organs may be more complex than is usually assumed”(Taylor, 89).