Tweaking is where a user takes more and more of the drug to keep the intense pleasure they experience initially (Littell 19). Tweaking leads to a very aggressive state where the user feels paranoid and angry (Littell 19). Tweaking leads to terrible crimes being committed where ... ... middle of paper ... ...meth lab is discovered there has to be a clean up crew called out to clean up the site from any chemicals found, this forces americans to spend millions of dollars in taxpayer money in efforts to clean up the sites of meth labs. The use of technology for law enforcement officials has the ability to keep things like this from happening in the future and help them combat illegal narcotics and keep them off the street. Technology has all sorts of benefits for the human race, we have came a long way in the efforts to advance and move forward with knowledge and technology and it has contributed greatly to society.
Now we need the political leadership and will to get it done.” Something has to be done about it and there has to be some kind of control. This is not an issue Americans can simply sleep on and it will go away, it’s more of an epidemic. (source 1) There are many ways in which illegal immigration affect America, but the most debated issues are: crime rate, over population and job loss. One of the biggest, most debatable issues with illegal immigration is crime. There is already enough crime in the United States as it is and with the flooding of illegal immigration the crime rates keep growing larger and larger every day.
A national ID system will Require Americans to obtain federal government authorization to travel, work, rent or buy housing, obtain medical care, use financial services, and make many purchases. This federal authorization could be denied for many reasons, including database errors, a suspicious transaction profile, being a deadbeat parent, failure to pay taxes or fines, and any other social control measures Congress wishes to hang on the system. The system will almost certainly create an outlaw class--as large as 10 to 20% of the population--cut off from "normal" life in America. This outlaw class will sustain the underground economy for the use of future terrorists (and ordinary criminals). (Dority Barbara, p10) The general questions about national ID cards and concepts involved in the debates, found on the Privacy International website at www.privacy.org/pi/activities/idcard/idcard_faq.html.
Illegal immigration from Mexico must be stopped by means of different policies and other methods of prevention, because the effects on both Mexico and the United States are predominately unfavorable. There are multiple policies and means of preventing illegal immigrants from entering the United States. Immigration laws are the back bone of illegal immigration prevention. Proposition 187 is a tough immigration law clamping down on illegal aliens, used in California. It doubled the number of boarder guards, made it harder for legal immigrants to bring their families over, not permitting as much political help and was harder on illegal aliens already here (DiConsiglio 3).
Some are very small and petty but others such as terrorism is ruining a lot of lives. “Al Qaeda can still orchestrate deadly assaults, as it has shown by perpetrating several attacks in the past decade. In particular, Al Qaeda is now recruiting homegrown American Islamic extremists to carry out deadly attacks, and U.S. law enforcement is not as prepared to counter those smaller operations as it is larger ones. The group, now with a new leader since the death of Osama bin Laden, has even branched out to other countries and poses as big a threat as ever to U.S. security” (September 11 Anniversary: Is the U.S. Safer?).
Illegal Immigration is “the migration of people across national borders, or the residence of foreign nationals in a country, in a way that violates the immigration laws of the destination country.” (Google). Illegal immigrants are people that cross into boarders illegally. For immigrants trying to come to America, most of them resort to trying to cross the border illegally. They risk getting caught, bad conditions, and some even risk going through the Sonoran Desert. There is no boarder control around, so that means they have a small chance of getting caught.
The governments have come up with the idea of finding the groups and punishing them. This was used helps to figure out if future attacks ar... ... middle of paper ... ...rrorism will happen at anytime and anywhere. Another reason is, because of the two events people have been more scared to live and have more fear in their hearts. They have changed their priorities, defense for their country, globalization etc... Terrorism events have increased dramatically over the years.
Illegal immigrants (asylum seekers) face being put into detention centers (prisons). In these centers, immigrants face the same persecution as before. Those running from pain, need not to feel it anymore. These detention centers allow immigrants very few privileges, if any at all. In an article by Washington Times titled “ Illegal Immigrant Detention Centers Rife With Abuses, U.S. Civil Rights Commission report finds” it claims, “Some detention facilities---both government -run and private ones operating on contracts ---don 't provide good medical care, deny illegal immigrants the chance to try to get lawyers to help them with their cases, look the other way when rape or sexual abuse occurs”(Dinan).
There are many security threats facing nation states. The threat of international terrorism attract the most headlines and governments spend a lot of money to combat it. But there are so called "soft security" threats that if not dealt with lead to the strengthening of organized crime groups that wreak havoc on a society's security and economy. Three of the threats that challenge states today are the smuggling of drugs, arms trafficking, and illegal alien smuggling. In the United States, the porous border with Mexico has only made these threats more imminent.
Large numbers of illegal individuals from other countries come to the United States every year to seek benefits and to fulfill their "American dream”; all while they really steal the “American dream” from the lawful legal citizens of the United States and cause dysfunction in our society, economy, and etc. There are different ways to look at the national issue of immigration. There are a lot of people against immigration for various reasons. One main one would be, that as a nation we fail to punish illegal activity, which in return encourages more illegal activity, inspire offenders, breeds public distrust, and confuses others from adhering to laws. Illegal activity that goes unpenalized, menaces American ethics of law and order.