President Barack Obama proved himself to be an unfit president in several ways. One of these ways is his healthcare plan, Obamacare. On October 1, 2013, the president announced the website HealthCare.gov, a healthcare site that was supposed to make insurance easy and affordable to have for every citizen of the United States. Because of this healthcare plan, the government was shut down. Republicans disagreed with the plan and refused to approve of it, stating that it was unnecessary spending.
America is not ready for this, our medical professionals who are supposed to save lives have no idea how to, our technology is not advanced enough to create an antimicrobial agent fast enough to save people. America is not ready. Bioterrorism is the next frontier while America is playing catch-up. The government, Department of Defense or Homeland Security, should be more prepared for these future attacks because it is not a matter of what if; it is matter of when. Overview of the Problem: The United States of America is unquestionably not ready for a full scale biological attack.
In the light of euthanasia, doctors hold too much power because of the influence of their position. Euthanasia must be repudiated as a solution to any kind of illness because premature death never solves anything, and doctors must not hold the final decision. Euthanasia must not be considered a viable treatment for the terminally ill. What does terminally ill mean, and who decides whether an ill patient is terminal or not? Doctors diagnose a patient to be terminally ill when the disease will ultimately kill them. Doctors are incapable of predicting the future, therefore, they can be unaware of a treatment that will soon be available.
It was clearly that the governments in America would not issue a permit to Union Carbide plant under such circumstances, which lacked of severe environmental standards and permitted slum dwellers to live near the plant and so on. Such actions were the fuses leading to more deaths. Before the major gas leakage from the MCI unit on December 3, 1984, some people were killed because of phosgene gas leakage. However, no one took it seriously in spite of the report by media. One of the reasons that people ignore this was because people didn¡¦t know the potential danger of the chemical plant.
In the article "A Paramedic for Governor", published in October 2003 issue of Emergency Medical Services, Norm Rooker fails to argue why James H. Green should be governor of California. First of all, Rooker dose not provide enough evidence to support his argument. Additionally, his tone is not appropriate for this article. Finally, there is not clear reasoning in the article. Because of these defects in this article Norm fails to convince the reader why paramedic Green should be governor.
Maryville resident Bob Pritchard told Knoxville News Sentinel that he “never thought he would feel like a second class citizen for smoking in Tennessee.” When asked his prediction on how the smoking ban would affect the percentage of smokers in Tennessee, he simply responded with “Prohibition didn’t work against alcohol, it won’t work against smoking.” (CITE) Although a lot of actions resulted from the restaurant ban and raised tax rate, much was still to be done. Many businesses, citizens, and local politicians were hesitant to jump on board with the proposals. Lawyers made it very clear that companies would be sued out by tobacco companies if they were to enforce no-smoking laws. The mayor of Farragut backed out of the tobacco ban due to financial concerns and the lack of authority in the small town branched off of Knoxville. “Farragut’s pockets are not deep e... ... middle of paper ... ..., such as “light” or “mild” to describe a tobacco blend.
Ever hear of it? I certainly hadn't before I read Coleman's post but it appears to be making the rounds today. Regardless, blaming bad movies (in his opinion anyway) on what I interpret to be his apparent observation of the decrease of true-believers in cryptozoology is a prime example of special pleading and I thought I'd point it out and provide a rebuttal. While Coleman asks for debate on his blog, I know he is not willing to really open up that can of worms on his site. Myself and others have posted criticisms and the like on Cryptomundo only to have them disappear or never get posted at all.
Marijuana as a medicine, however, cannot be established with the Government’s permission to test the drug and legalize it. Marijuana has undergone analysis for its use as a medicine and the results have shown improvements in the patients who were treated with this drug.. The Government proclaims there is no therapeutic value in the medicinal use of marijuana, but they do not have hard evidence to prove it. Ira Glasser, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union, expressed: “the government has demonized all drug use without differentiation and has systematically and hysterically resisted science.” Doctors have expressed opposite opinions as well, making this issue very controversial. The controversy falls in the hands of the government, that marijuana is not a safe medicine, versus the doctors who research the topic for medicinal purposes.
Illiteracy, can be the root cause of the destruction of America’s future politics as it undermines the democracy. For example, Illiterates do not vote, they don’t have the knowledge of how the country runs and how he or she can contribute to be part of it. Illiterate people might even have difficulty defining the word politics and how it’s all about contributing and choosing what an individual wants for this country. The lack of knowledge in these topics, will lead a person not to vote and not to care about the country. As, the recent research states, a huge number of people are backing out from the responsibility of voting.
Late in 2003 and continuing into the early part of 2004, seventy thousand workers went on strike their health care benefits. They are not alone because thousands of families, who work at low-income jobs, can’t afford health care. There are also thousands of students in college who fear sickness or injury because health care is unaffordable for them at this time. There is no easy way to solve the growing health care problem in this country. The hot topic for public policymakers has always been how to provide coverage for all Americans.