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The Case Against Helping The Poor

- ... Since the natural increase (excess of births over deaths) of the resident population now runs about 1.7 million per year, the yearly gain from immigration amounts to at least 19 percent of the total annual increase, and may be as much as 37 percent if we include the estimate for illegal immigrants. Considering the growing use of birth-control devices, the potential effect of education campaigns by such organizations as Planned Parenthood Federation of America and Zero Population Growth, and the influence of inflation and the housing shortage, the fertility rate of American women may decline so much that immigration could account for all the yearly increase in population....   [tags: Immigration to the United States, Immigration]

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The Case Against Helping The Poor

- ... Should we not at least ask if that is what we want. For the sake of those who worry about whether the "quality" of the average immigrant compares favorably with the quality of the average resident, let us assume that immigrants and native-born citizens are of exactly equal quality, however one defines that term. We will focus here only on quantity; and since our conclusions will depend on nothing else, all charges of bigotry and chauvinism become irrelevant (Hardin, 1974). However, from the time the Pilgrims arrived and until the late nineteenth century, America welcomed all nationalities of immigrants....   [tags: Immigration to the United States, Immigration]

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The Case Against the Death Penalty

- In the United States, since the 1970s there have been more than 1270 executions according to the death penalty information center (Fact Sheet), What’s alarming about that number, is the number of people who were condemned to be executed based on race, income and social status alone, targeting those that could not afford good legal counsel, and were appointed attorneys that were “inexperienced and had below appropriate professional standards” (Hessick 1069), which sealed the fate of those literally fighting for their lives, on the day of sentencing....   [tags: capital punishment, death penalty]

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The Feminist Case Against Abortion

- ... For one of them that is an unwanted thing, and for the other she couldn’t dream of anything better to be. Women of all cultures find themselves in these same situations. For many people pregnancy is a very scary thing. This is very understandable. The thought of bringing a new life into the world and having to care for a child for a lifetime is very nerve wracking. People have children every day and face these challenges every day. Our parents more than likely had the same perspective and maybe even their parents as well....   [tags: Pregnancy, Abortion, Birth control, Childbirth]

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The Case Against Ashley Jessup

- David Lohr; a reporter for The Huffpost Crime webpage, wrote an article titled: “Ashley Jessup, Ohio Mom, Accused Of Raping 10-Month Old Son.” In his article Lohr states that a 24-year old woman was charged for sexually abusing her 10 month old son. The article explains how on August 30th, Ashley Jessup, videotaped herself performing sexual acts on her baby and shared the assault with a boyfriend in Battle Creek Michigan, via email. It is alleged that he suggested that she videotape the abuse and send it to him....   [tags: Child Abuse]

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The Case Against Katherine Howard

- royal party enthusiastically on their way to Yorkshire. The king and queen were in fine spirits when they returned to Hampton Court on All Saints Eve, October 31, 1541. The king never before seemed more happy and content. He continually referred to his wife as, my Rose without a thorn. Next morning at early mass on All Saints Day, Henry gave a prayer of thanks to God in honor of his wife Katherine, saying, “I render thanks to Thee, O Lord, that after so many accidents that have befallen my past marriages, Thou hast been pleased to give me a wife so entirely conformed to my inclinations as I now have.” It was his intention to decree that all churches in the land make prayers of thanks to Go...   [tags: Royal History]

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A Case Against Religious Exemptions

- A Case Against Religious Exemptions A law can be thought of as a rule that is enforced by an organization or person, and whose purpose is to regulate social behavior. It is, however, hard to find a one-size-fits-all law that pleases everyone who has to follow it. Religious denominations have historically sought some exemption from generally applicable laws, and in many parts of the world, those exemptions have been granted. However, the bases on which these groups seek exemptions are questionable, and such immunities might not be the best foundation for sound political theory....   [tags: Islam, Religion, Religious pluralism]

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Case Against Conrad Murray

- Month’s after the death of Jackson, fans began to create uproar against Murray and surprised investigators. August 2009, LA police investigators, Houston officials and DEA agent’s raided Murray’s practice for forensic evidence and collect medical instruments. The raid was executed in order to help build a case against Conrad Murray. Investigators and the coroner’s office for LA found that Jackson died because of the propofol. Around this time, speculations were made that Murray would be charged with manslaughter....   [tags: death, manslaughter, guilty, addiction, drug]

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The Case Against Monarchy

- The Case Against Monarchy The idea that a monarchy is the ideal form of government is a fallacy. Al-Farabi and Aquinas’ ideas about government are wrong, and are filled with irreparable holes. In modern times, the idea of a monarchy has become counter-intuitive and counter-productive. A democratic republic paired with an educated and empowered middle-class is the solution to the quandary of how to create the perfect government. While the ideas of the Arabic philosophers are interesting, there ideas on the perfection of monocratic rule are outdated by both new technology and new ideas Al-Farabi says that, “what is intended by man's existence is that he attains supreme happiness (Bailey 285).”...   [tags: Government]

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Rhetorical Analysis Of ' The Case Against College '

- ... College graduates make more money, it is that simple. Who does not want more money. The author even asks, “What about the statistics showing that college graduates make more money?” Almost all of the highest paid jobs in the country require a college degree. For example, a surgeon is one of the highest paying jobs in America, and it requires a college degree. There are occasionally a few exceptions, 1 out of seven people who have a high school degree or less make as much as college graduates....   [tags: Higher education, High school, Academic degree]

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The Case against Coldplay, by John Pareles

- New York Times has become one of the most read newspapers in America and across the globe. It has won the Pulitzer Prize 98 times since its beginning in 1851 and the opinions of its writers are not taken lightly. It encompasses readers of every race, religion, color, and age, making for a diverse paper that covers almost every subject underneath the sun. From sports and entertainment to business and politics, the reader can rest assured that it holds the latest and most accurate news on whatever subject they are looking for....   [tags: Analysis, New York Times]

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The Case Against Perfection by Michael Sandels

- Recent breakthroughs in the field of genetics and biotechnology have brought attention to the ethical issues surrounding human enhancement. While these breakthroughs have many positive aspects, such as the treatment and prevention of many debilitating diseases and extending human life expectancy well beyond its current limits, there are profound moral implications associated with the ability to manipulate our own nature. Michael Sandel’s “The Case Against Perfection” examines the ethical and moral issues associated with human enhancement while Nick Bostrom’s paper, “In Defense of Posthuman Dignity” compares the positions that transhumanists and bioconservatists take on the topic of human enh...   [tags: human nature, posthuman dignity]

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The Case Against Perfection by Michael Sandel

- Michael Sandel is a distinguished political philosopher and a professor at Harvard University. Sandel is best known for his best known for his critique of John Rawls's A Theory of Justice. While he is an acclaimed professor if government, he has also delved deeply into the ethics of biotechnology. At Harvard, Sandel has taught a course called "Ethics, Biotechnology, and the Future of Human Nature" and from 2002 to 2005 he served on the President’s Council on Bioethics (Harvard University Department of Government, 2013)....   [tags: ethics, biotechnology, genetic engineering]

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The Case Against Bullying in Schools

- Turning on the news, I see a clip of two boys. The smaller of the two walks up to the other boy, a big boy, and punches him in the face. Finally, after much taunting, the older boy snaps, picks up his tormentor and throws him to the ground. Rewind to April 20 1999 and the tragedy of the Columbine school shooting. One of the two shooters, Eric Harris stated in his suicide note, “Your children, who have ridiculed me, who have chosen not to accept me, who have treated me like I am not worth their time, are dead.” Experts report that bullying is a serious and widespread problem which can lead to school shootings and suicide....   [tags: Violence ]

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Napster 's Case Against Napster

- ... An author may grant or sell those rights to others, including publishers or recording companies. A goal of copyrights, as set forth by the U.S. Constitution, is "to promote the progress of science and useful arts, by securing for limited times to authors and inventors the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries."4 The Copyright Act of 1976 was created to protect owners’ rights from being violated; this includes the sale, reproduction, distribution, adaptation, and modification of copyrighted material so that the owners may benefit from their creative work....   [tags: Copyright, Copyright infringement, File sharing]

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The case for and against capital punishment

- Capital punishment, also known as death penalty or execution, is the sentence that a criminal must fulfil preceding committing a capital crime. Capital crimes consist of mass murders, treachery and other offenses. The English word ’Capital’ is derived from Latin ‘Capitalis’ meaning the head – ‘caput’ as the sentence was normally served by decapitating the criminal. The sentence has been in practise for thousands of years, used in almost every society in the world at some point. However, it is used less in retentionist countries – for example, China is suspected to have executed around one thousand seven hundred people but could be up to six thousand in 2009, Iran executed at least three hund...   [tags: Capital Punishment, Death Penalty]

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A Case Against Warren and Abortion

- “I intend to judge things for myself; to judge wrongly, I think, is more honorable than not to judge at all.” What author Henry James meant by this was that it is better to make up one’s mind and have an opinion than to remain complacent, such as the case of Mary Anne Warren. Warren’s arguments for abortion’s possible permissibility are lacking in substance. The aim of my paper is to discuss Warren’s insufficient criteria for personhood and address the problem with her concept of potential personhood....   [tags: pro-life, personhood, morality]

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The Case Against Civil Disobedience

- Civil Disobedience is a deliberate violation against the law in order to invoke change against a government policy. Civil disobedience can come in the form of running a red light or j-walking, or in more noticeable methods such as riots. Coined by American author and poet Henry David Thoreau, the term has developed to define the act of disobeying a law one sees as unfit or unjust. Usually the purpose of civil disobedience is to gain public attention to a perceived injustice and appeal to or gain support from the public in a non-violent way....   [tags: Civil Disobedience Essays]

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The Failed Case against Cloning

- Humans have used cloning techniques for thousands of years. We have taken plant stems or part of its root and developed those parts into separate but genetically identical plants. These methods of cloning are not seen as strange because its simple and widespread usage. In fact, many vegetables and fruits are grown using these cloning methods to produce an offspring identical to an exceptional plant. However, cloning, which started as a farming method, has now become a major source of debate due to breakthroughs in genetics....   [tags: Genetic Defects, Reproduction]

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A Case Against Animal Testing

-   Introduction Would you be okay with scientist taking your pets and testing all kinds of products on on them. Most likely you wouldn’t be okay with scientist experimenting on a pet that you love, so why are we not doing anything to prevent scientist from testing animals like bunnies, monkeys, and mice. Animal testing has been around since the late nineteenth century when a French Chemist named Louis Pasteur administered anthrax to a sheep and showed the importance of vaccines with his germ theory....   [tags: animal abuse, alternatives]

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A Case Against Interracial Adoption

- Black children are disproportionately represented in the foster care system. In the most recent Statistical Abstract published in 2011 by the U.S. Census Bureau, Black children accounted for 15% of the U.S. child population in 2009. In contrast, Black children were at almost 30% of the total number of children in foster care for the same year according to the Department of Health and Human Services 2009 Foster Care report. In addition, there are not enough Black families available to adopt these children....   [tags: Family Psychology ]

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A Case Against Legalizing Marijuana

- Aside from taking into consideration the possible tax revenues after legalization and adverse health effects associated with marijuana use, the issue of government enforcement of the laws still stands as a point of contention. Even five decades after the Equal Rights Act of 1964, there is disproportionate enforcement of the law on minorities, especially marijuana related laws. The anonymous author of “Government Must Legalize Marijuana” correctly claims that roughly 33% of marijuana related arrests were of African Americans, when Africans American comprise of only 14% of marijuana users....   [tags: decriminalization, substance abuse]

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The Case Against the Paranormal

- Every year when the temperature starts dropping and the leaves begin to get crisp, many ghostly tales resurface themselves for another round of terrifying anyone who is unfortunate enough to be in earshot of their horror. Many nightmares, uneasy looks into the dark, and scary reflections could be avoided if this simple question was answered: is the existence of the paranormal just a figment of the human psyche, or is there significant evidence that proves otherwise. The answer is no. There is not any proof that any such “undead” walk among us....   [tags: magic, ghosts, spirits]

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Making a Case Against Abortion

- Less than 1% of all abortions are performed to save the life of the mother, and there have been millions of abortions in the United States alone since they became legal. Abortions are when the fetus is removed from the uterus before it has reached the stage of viability. There are a lot of ways that an abortion procedure can be done. During your first trimester which is up to twelve weeks of your pregnancy they usually do the endometrial aspiration, suction, or curettage to remove the baby from the uterus....   [tags: pro-life arguments]

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The Case Against Standardized Tests

- Standardized testing assesses students, teachers, and the school itself, which puts a great deal of pressure on the students. High scores show that the school is effective in teaching students, while low test scores make teachers and schools look as though they are not teaching the students properly. This is not always the case. There are teachers who do teach students what they need to know to pass the test, but their students are still unprepared. Although teachers try to improve instruction, student performance is still variable to other factors that the school cannot control....   [tags: Standardized Testing Essays]

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A Case Against Animal Testing

- Animal testing Proposal Argument The University of Florida is one of the largest research universities in the nation. Animal testing has played key role medical advancements throughout history but really increase in the last half a century. The relationship between humans understanding animal has been important since nearly 60 % of diseases effect both humans and animals. Animal testing play a key role in the development on new drugs in the medical. Now there about 22 million animals each year being are used in research....   [tags: use of non-animal systems]

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Building a Case against Abortion

- ... A baby breathes and swallows the salt; this causes salt poisoning, severe dehydration, a brain hemorrhage, and convulsions. In the course of an hour, the baby’s skin deteriorates, causing immense pain and eventually death; one to two days later, the mother delivers a dead baby. Why would anyone put their own child through this kind of torture. What has any unborn child done to deserve this type of treatment (“Methods of Abortion”). Certainly, God does not approve of this kind of behavior. God views every life as precious; Acts 17:28 reads, “For by him we have life and move and exist, even as some of your own poets have said, ‘For we are also his children (New World Translation).’” In fac...   [tags: medical and biblical evidence]

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The Case Against Euthanasia

- A recent survey by the Canadian Medical Association discovered that “ . . . 44 per cent of doctors would refuse a request for physician-assisted dying . . . ” (Kirkey 2). Euthanasia is defined as assisting a terminally ill patient with dying early. In many countries the legalization of this practice is being debated in many countries. All doctors against assisted suicide, including the 44 percent in Canada, are on the right side of the argument. Euthanasia should not be legalized because it is unnatural, it violates the Hippocratic Oath, and laws are to extensive....   [tags: doctor assisted suicide, ethics]

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A Case Against Abortion

- Every unborn child has the right to live, so why do people complete an abortion and kill the unborn baby. An abortion is very dangerous for a woman health, it is immoral, and punishes an innocent people. I believe that abortion should be illegal in the world. Humans become animals when they kill their own baby. First of all, the dictionary defines an abortion as “the termination of pregnancy and expulsion of an embryo or of a fetus that is incapable of survival.”( There are several reasons why abortion should be illegal....   [tags: pro-life, morality]

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A Case Against Zoos

- Animals should not be held captive in zoos because it is inhumane and unfair to the animals. There are so many records of terrible things that have happened to animals in zoos over the past few centuries the go under the radar too often. Too few people even know about these animal care atrocities, and therefore the New York Times decided to bring light upon this situation. The times did a first of its kind analysis of 390 elephant fatalities at accredited U.S. zoos for the past 50 years (Berens 3)....   [tags: inhumane, unfair to keep animals in cages]

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A Case Against the Legalization of Marijuana

- The issue of legalizing marijuana has been widely discussed and debated throughout the country. Many people debate whether or not marijuana should be legalized. There are those who feel it should be decriminalized, and there are some people who feel it should remain a controlled substance. Each writer sorts through many valid points. I believe the time has come for us to accept the fact that the use of marijuana is not beneficial; it is harmful to our lives, and negatively impacts society and youth....   [tags: drugs, health, decriminalization]

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Abortion: Making a Case Against It

- ... From the years of 1973-2009, 411 women died as a result of an abortion (Abort 73). In 2011, about 1.06 million abortions happened in the United States. The abortion rate has gone down. In 2008 there were about 1.21 million abortions that happened, in 2002 there were about 1.29 million abortions, 1.31 million in 2000, and about 1.36 million abortions occurred in 1996 (Abort 73). The states with the highest amount of abortions in 2011 were California with 181,730, New York with 138,370 and Florida with 84,990 abortions....   [tags: termnation of pregnancy, murder of innocent]

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The case for and against genetic engineering

- The case for and against genetic engineering I will look at the case for and against the use of genetic engineering and make a conclusion on whether or not I believe that it is right. As I believe in genetic engineering, I will start buy looking at the reasons that support it. The main reason that I support genetic engineering is that this technology has dramatically improved our ability to treat and even cure diseases and gentic disorders. If mRNA is isolated and incubated with reverse transcriptase, copies of the insulin genes can be produced....   [tags: Papers]

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The Case Against The Death Penalty

- THE CASE AGAINST THE DEATH PENALTY It's dark and cold, the fortress-like building has cinderblock walls, and death lurks around the perimeter. A man will die tonight. Under the blue sky, small black birds gather outside the fence that surrounds the building to flaunt their freedom. There is a gothic feel to the scene, as though you have stepped into a horror movie. Unfortunately, this is not a scene in a horror flick; these are the surroundings of an actual prison execution. As early as the founding of the United States, capital punishment has been a controversial and hotly debated public issue....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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A Case Against Animal Testing

- If you had the choice to live or die, which would you choose. If you had the alternative to live in a cage or in a house which would you select. If you had the option to have experiments that caused you pain preformed on you would you. The truth is that most of us would rather live, reside in a house and would not be a part of an experiment that caused us pain. However, most people accept the elements of the above conditions for animals. Animals should not be a part of the pain and horrific conditions that humans put them through....   [tags: abuse, exploitation, inhumane treatment]

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The case against Judicial Review

- The Case Against Judicial Review In order to make a case against judicial review it is first important to understand the origins. Born in 1803 out of the landmark United States Supreme Court decision of Marbury V. Madison, judicial review gives the court the power to invalidate any law repugnant (or in conflict with) to the constitution. Judicial review has for the courts, become a self made license to strike down legitimately made legislation by democratically elected representatives....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Democracy Essays]

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The Case Against Moral Relativism

- "Who's to judge who's right or wrong?" In the case against moral relativism Pojman provides an analysis of Relativism. His analysis includes an interpretation of Relativism that states the following ideas: Actions vary from society to society, individuals behavior depends on the society they belong to, and there are no standards of living that apply to all human kind. An example that demonstrates these ideas is people around the world eat beef (cows) and in India, cows are not to be eaten. From Pojman second analysis an example can be how the Japanese take of their shoes all the time before entering the house....   [tags: Pojman]

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The Case Against Capital Punishment

-     This country is determined to prove that killing someone under certain circumstances is acceptable, when in all reality there can be no rationalization for the taking of another human life.  Killing is murder.  It is as simple as that.  There have been so many different controversies surrounding this debate that often, the issues become clouded in false statistics and slewed arguments.  The basic fact remains that killing is morally and ethically wrong.  This fact does not disappear by simply changing the term "murder" to "capital punishment".  The act is still the taking of a life.  On these grounds, the death penalty should be abolished....   [tags: Death Penalty Essay]

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The Case Against Corporal Punishment

- The Case Against Corporal Punishment As the crime rate in our country grows, teaching our children right from wrong is one of the most important tasks facing educators. At some point or another, this task will require some sort of disciplinary action. In years past, schools used corporal punishment to discipline children. Connie Paige reports that, “According to U.S. Department of Education statistics, more than 600,000students were struck by teachers in public schools in 1990.” Studies show that in today’s society, corporal punishment does more harm than good here in the United States....   [tags: Papers]

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Case Against the Death Penalty

- Case Against the Death Penalty Imagine a man who commits murder, and is given a fifteen year jail sentence and is returned to the streets where he kills again. He is imprisoned again only to be released. This could happen since almost one in ten death row inmates has been convicted of murder at least once. That means that some death row inmates have had more than one opportunity to rehabilitate, yet continue to commit crimes. Should the U.S. justice system continue to let violent criminals back on the streets where they are likely to commit murder again....   [tags: Papers]

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`` Lifeboat Ethics `` : The Case Against Helping The Poor

- There are several thought processes on the responsibility of the individual in relation to his station in society. One might advocate survival of the fittest while another takes the yoke of burden his brother carries as his own weighted responsibility. This timeless debate has been the focus of essays, books and heated arguments. Two authors, Garret Hardin and Nobel prize winner Muhammed Yunus, show juxtapositions on the subject and merit the examination of their opposing view points. Hardin makes a strong case against helping the poor in his essay entitled “Lifeboat Ethics: The Case Against Helping the Poor.” Yunus has a completely different viewpoint in his writings and shows the merits o...   [tags: Poverty, Sociology, Third World, Wealth]

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Making a Case Against Legal Abortion

- One of the most famous documents pertaining to medical ethics is the Hippocratic Oath. A particular passage notes that one “will not give a woman a destructive pessary”. A pessary was historically used for giving abortions. To some, this is definitive evidence that abortions are morally wrong and should not be carried out. To others, they believe the reference to pessaries was specific and not necessarily related to abortion. At any rate, there is a massive struggle between those who are pro-life and those who are pro-choice....   [tags: going agains Hippocratic oath]

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Analysis Of ' The Case Against Slang ' By Milton Millhauser

- David A. Fein and Milton Millhauser have both written articles pertaining to the topic of slang. Fein and Millhauser provide two different viewpoints, and they employ information and their opinions in different ways. David A. Fein’s article, “Vulgarity by Teaching Slang in the Classroom”, makes a good argument as to why slang should be utilized in teaching, while Milton Millhauser’s article, “The Case Against Slang”, explains that slang is to be avoided in teaching, but fails to provide a good argument for his claim....   [tags: Logic, Argument, Slang, Argumentation theory]

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The Case Against Allowing Children to Ride a Bike Solo

- THE CASE AGAINST ALLOWING CHILDREN UNDER AGE 12 TO RIDE A BIKE SOLO At the age of ten while riding home from school in Columbus Ohio; a stranger attempted to lure me into his car. I attempted to ignore him, however rather than leaving his behavior became more aggressive. I remembered that one of my classmates lived near, so I began to ride with a mission. When I reached Pam’s home, I threw the bike down and began screaming. I ran to their front door and began banging fervently; Pam’s dad answered and the stranger in the white car sped away....   [tags: age apropriate, safety, precautions]

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The Case Against High School Sports Funding in America

- After reading " The Case Against High School Sports" by Amanda Ripley started to make me think. There were many strong points about how the priorities of the sports are beginning to be more important to students than their education. Another great point was that the financing and budgeting is unfairly distributed throughout school districts and is spent more on athletics and clubs and not enough on classes. And I Believe that schools should put certain restrictions on the spending and promoting or in school sports and clubs because of the major drop in national and world comparisons....   [tags: Academic funding]

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A Case Against Abortion

- Imagine having to go to the bathroom and finding yourself staring at a tiny three-millimeter fetus in the palm of your hand. “I just passed a foot!” That was what a twenty- two-year old woman said when she encountered herself with the upper part of the fetus in her undergarment. Adalisa decided she was not ready for a child at the moment. She was still going to school and working two jobs. Adalisa also did not have one of the best relationships with her boyfriend. All she could think of was what her boyfriend’s reaction would have been if he found out about the pregnancy....   [tags: pro-life, terminating pregnancy]

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A Case Against Gun-Control

- Anti - Gun Control The issues of gun control are the subject of much controversy. In the article “The Killer Who Supports Gun Control” by Nicholas D. Kristof (2013), he argues that a strong gun control will yield fewer deaths. Kristof summarizes how the gun itself and the person are responsible for deaths, in order to show how dangerous the combination of the two is. Kristof (2013) argues that more gun control will make it difficult for people to acquire guns, which will lead to fewer deaths by guns in the following way: We lose many lives to gun violence....   [tags: arms and violence]

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A Case Against Abortion

- ... Women who go through an abortion have the emotions of a solider afterwards they have no expression and cannot even feel their emotions. Few weeks after the abortion many women have negative feelings, later they experience guilt, and some have sleeping problems, then they have regrets, and finally they are given medication from a doctor. Women have a load of guilt for having an abortion; some women want to be pregnant to recover from the loss of their first. Girls at the age of seventeen have many psychosocial problems; they either have withdrawal, depression, self-reproach, obsession to become pregnant again, and fast marriages (“The Psychological Effects of Abortion”)....   [tags: Pro-Life, religious views and beliefs]

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A Case against Abortion

- According to Karen Pazol et al. There are reports and surveys taken for about everything. The CDC does surveys at places where legal abortions that take place. In 2009 there were 784,507 babies aborted. There were 772,600 babies were aborted from the same 45 locations. The surveys that were taken were from women age 15-45 years of age. Every fifteen out of a thousand women had an abortion. The ratios of the babies are that every twenty-two babies out of a thousand were aborted. People should not have to have children if they do not want one; although, they should not go to abortion as an answer....   [tags: voluntary termination of pregnancy]

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The Case Against Science

- The Case Against Science Science has become an unreliable epistemological resource for several reasons. First, the assumptions of science are suspect. Second, the scientific method exhibits narrow limits to the acquisition of universal knowledge. Third, the conclusions of the scientific community at large are questionable and inadequate. Fourth, the practice of science has developed a particular perspective about its place in the world of knowing that diminishes all other avenues of knowledge, to its detriment....   [tags: Philosophy Religion Papers]

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A Case Against Government Gun Control

- America is changing, the country that once was based on religious ideas is slowly becoming history, to the point that we can lose all traces of the America that was founded in 1776. As the days continue there is a continuous battle over the public possessing guns. A large portion believes and supports laws preventing civilians from owning military style rifles. With the growing support, these supports are trying to get guns all together out of the hands of people. With the recent mass shootings, Sandy Hook, Aurora, Colorado, and Virginia Tech, causing big support of these laws, many people fear that losing guns to the government will allow for criminals to do anything they want because civil...   [tags: the right to bear arms, personal safety]

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License to Kill: A Case Against Abortion

- Abortion has a history that goes far back into ancient times. The first known recording is in 1550 BC in Egypt where they would use mercury to poison the baby. History shows that Hippocrates himself was known to induce an abortion on his patients. Plato believed that a woman had the right to an abortion. According to the National Abortion Federation, “It was legal in United States from the time the earliest settlers arrived. At the time the Constitution was adopted, abortions before ‘quickening’ were openly advertised and performed.” (NAF) Abortion was legal until the late 1800’s when abortion started to become illegal, and only because the methods were too harmful for the woman....   [tags: Roe v Wade, termination of pregnancy]

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A Case Against Same-sex Marriage

- Are same-sex marriages different from heterosexual marriages. In the formal definition marriage "is a faithful everlasting union between one man and one woman, joined as husband and wife in a partnership to become one." Due to this definition "same-sex marriage" is not even a real marriage. In fact, it denies the primary purpose of marriage, which is the procreation of a child. In same-sex marriage, it is not possible for two men or two women to reproduce without a third party. Due to the fact that man needs woman and woman needs man....   [tags: homosexuality, morality, religious views]

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A Case Against School Uniforms in China

- As many as 95% of elementary, middle and high schools require uniforms for students in China. It has had mandatory school uniform requirement for almost all students who study in public schools. In this paper I will discuss why school uniforms is required for students. Actually, requiring students wear uniforms causes several problems. This paper firstly will discuss the advantages of wearing school uniforms and secondly present the problems of uniforms common in China. Finally I will give my proposal for a solution, which is that wearing school uniforms should be optional....   [tags: education, policy]

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The Anti-Trust Case Against Microsoft

- The Anti-Trust Case Against Microsoft Since 1990, a battle has raged in United States courts between the United States government and the Microsoft Corporation out of Redmond, Washington, headed by Bill Gates. What is at stake is money. The federal government maintains that Microsoft's monopolistic practices are harmful to United States citizens, creating higher prices and potentially downgrading software quality, and should therefore be stopped, while Microsoft and its supporters claim that they are not breaking any laws, and are just doing good business....   [tags: Business Technology]

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A Case against Genetically Modified Organisms and Foods

- Everything desirable in the world can be broken down into two categories; a want or a need. There are very few things that meet the requirements to be considered needs; water, air, sustenance, in other words things that are necessities to survival. If an item is essential for someone to go on living would you not think that it would be these items that people would focus on. Sadly this is rarely the case especially when it comes to food, there are many people who believe that an apple is just an apple, when there are actually 4,000 species of apples and that does not even include the variation on how or where an apple is grown....   [tags: health issues]

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Marquis vs. Warren in the Case Against Abortion

- Introduction There are many factors that are taken into consideration when determining if abortion is morally permissible, or wrong including; sentience of the fetus, the fetuses right to life, the difference between adult human beings and fetuses, the autonomy of the pregnant woman, and the legality of abortion. Don Marquis argues that abortion is always morally wrong, excluding cases in which the woman is threatened by pregnancy, or abortion after rape, because fetuses have a valuable future....   [tags: history, pro-life, morality]

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The Case Against Legalized Gambling

- The gambling industry is a big money maker in America. Gambling institutions exist in many states. These institutions consist of riverboat casinos, Indian reservation casinos, and regular gaming casinos that all accumulate millions of dollars to the state through taxes. This tax money is then used throughout the state for many programs that may include education, health, and road maintenance. The American Gaming Association (AGA) even claims that gambling institutions lower the taxes in many areas because of the large tax money they give the government (CQ 784)....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Essays]

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Property and Hunger and Lifeboat Ethics: The Case against Helping the Poor

- World Hunger School Lunches - White trays with five individually sized compartments, filled with whatever mystery meat, or previously defrosted sides came off the truck that month, accompanied with a carton of milk; where in most cases chocolate milk, which means the sugar content is higher. For a staggering number of children in the public school system this maybe their only meal for the day. When discussing world hunger, one need not look at commercials of a far away place for malnourished, large abdomen children, just have to look down to see America’s future, wasting away....   [tags: Amartya Sen and Garrett Hardin articles]

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Cons of Genetic Engineering: The Case Against Perfection by Michael J. Sandal

- Genetic engineering includes altering heredity structures of living organisms and food products to provide the substance with certain traits which may appeal more to one. Other desired characteristics with regards to the Human genome project scientists have had a breakthrough in science. Now scientists are able to create synthetic organs for transplants and prevent disease by manipulating genes. According to Grocery manufacturers of America 70% to 75% of processed foods contain genetically modified ingredients from plants....   [tags: organisms, ethics, cloning]

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Does Caroline Bird’s Ideas in “The Case Against College” Fly?

- Caroline Bird writes the statement in her 1975 article “The Case Against College (Bird 15-18)” that not every high school graduate is ready to attend college. It is 2010 and this article is still valid today. Some of the college students I have been around were not mature enough for obedience school let alone college. A few of the points she makes in the article are: College has never worked its magic for everyone. Does it make you a better person. Are colleges responsible for your children. Are my children living in a country club....   [tags: Literary Review]

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The Case Against Goldman Sachs and Fabrice Tourre

- In 2010, The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) which was created in 1934 & which holds the primary responsibility for enforcing federal securities law and regulating the securities industry in America, charged Goldman-Sachs with the structuring & marketing of CDO’S that hinged on the performance of RMBS. The SEC alleged that Goldman & Fabrice Tourre a top executive at Goldman, had violated anti-fraud provisions by structuring & marketing these complex products, in particular failing to disclose essential information to investors....   [tags: Goldman's Abacus Deal]

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Complementary Medicines - The Case Against Their Supply in Pharmacy

- Consumers want complementary medicines, some evidence suggests that work may work, and their use is on the increase. However, most complementary medicines lack clinical trials that conclusively prove their efficacy. This is further compounded by a lack of clear information on the status of the body of evidence for the support of specific complementary medicines. For pharmacists, considered drug therapy experts within the community, their supply from a pharmacy presents a serious ethical dilemma because it is would be unwise to recommend an unproven treatment....   [tags: Health Care]

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Opening Statement for the Case against Mary Maloney

- Life. Life is what gives you the ability to think, to speak, to breath and to be a part of this world. It is worth more than any amount of money, your life is priceless. Without it, we would seize to exist; our world would be utter darkness. Honourable Judge, Ladies and Gentlemen of the jury, today Mary Maloney stands on trial before you. A woman who took the away the life of not just an innocent citizen, but her very own husband. She was thought to be an ordinary women, a typical housewife and a soon to be loving mother....   [tags: 1st degree murder trials]

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A Case Against Legalizing Marijuana for Recreational Use

- Marijuana overview In September 9, 2013 a major change in society took place. The first law to legalize marijuana for recreational use was passed in the state of Colorado. This news not only impacted Colorado but also caused a major turmoil in the entire United States. In January 1, 2014 stores around the state inaugurated to sell a product that was once considered to be illicit with only one restriction, consumers must be 21 years of age or older. Before the stores of cannabis opened at 8 a.m. MT, more than 100 people were waiting in snowfall and cold under gray skies to be the next buyers of recreational pot under a landmark law (Martinez, 2014).Some stores had to resort to selling only sm...   [tags: THC, addiction, dependence]

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Immigrants and Immigration - Roy Beck's The Case Against Immigration

- Roy Beck's The Case Against Immigration One of the more remarkable aspects of the continuing debate over American immigration policy is that the nation's liberal elites seem, ever so gradually, to be finally catching up with the people. For years opinion polls have shown that a large majority of the American people, of all political persuasions and all ethnic backgrounds, want less immigration. Yet year after year immigrants continue to flood across our borders as "opinion molders," elected officials, business executives, and professional eggheads insist that mass immigration is really beneficial and its dangers are much exaggerated by "nativists" and "racis...   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Essays]

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Effects of Corporal Punishment on Children

- Discipline is one of the basic things a child learns from his parents before he or she faces the outside world to learn more about life as a whole. Teaching this trait can depend on how the parent shows it to their child and how they explain the importance of having this trait both in and out of their homes. Misbehaving children cannot be avoided as they are curious little beings and they have a tendency to explore. But there are some parents, even teachers, who do not tolerate misbehaving and they resort to corporal punishments such as spanking to make sure the child never forgets how painful it is to misbehave as they will remember the punishment entailed to it and become more disciplined...   [tags: Case Against Spanking]

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Murder of Innocence: Voluntary Termination of Pregnancy

- How would it feel to never be able to experience the wonderful gift of life. About 1.2 million babies are killed every year because of abortions. The topic of abortion is a very disputed issue in this day and age. People see the act of killing a baby as atrocious, while others do not see it is as killing anyone or anything at all. Many people justify abortion by saying that until a certain stage in pregnancy, it is not considered a baby, but if it is not a baby, what is it. There is something inside of the woman....   [tags: a case against abortion]

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The Case Against Passing a Law or Bill that Would Allow Gay Marriage

- America was founded on the ideals of freedom. Written into the first amendment of the constitution is the basic right to freedom of speech, press, protest, and religion. However, where does one draw the line to how far these freedoms can go. Are they limitless, or should they be regulated. In reality, the regulation of these freedoms is necessary, otherwise they could be interpreted and used in many different ways that are potentially detrimental. The main complication is how far to let these rights stretch, and when they must be cut off....   [tags: homosexual rights, legislation]

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A Body’s Dignity of a Maternal Brain Dead Mother

- When a pregnant woman is declared brain dead and she is keeping alive to have the child, it seems like the right thing to do. The other way to think about it, is the dignity of the mother's diseased body. When a person is declared dead, in our culture, the body is treated with respect and dignity. When you look at these cases, the mother is kept alive to sustain life for a child that might not even make it, the body loses all respect for the life it once had, and it challenges the notion of the idea of brain death....   [tags: a case against keeping the fetus alive]

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Babies, Not Barbies: A Case Against Little Girl Beauty Pageants

- Naturally, young girls love to dress-up as their mothers and wear their make-up, clothing, and heels. Children’s imagination and inclination to pretend characterizes childhood. However, in the world of pageantry, there is a blur between little girls’ imagination and transforming into a fake “persona.” Although some parents believe beauty pageants are healthy competition for children, beauty pageants exploit young girls by glamorizing perfection, unrealistically portraying girls as “Barbies,” and by setting a superficial expectation in which self-esteem ties to attractiveness....   [tags: self-esteem tying to attractiveness]

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Forensic Evidence Admissibility For or Against in the Bloodsworth v. State Case

- In this position paper I have chosen Bloodsworth v. State ~ 76 Md.App. 23, 543 A.2d 382 case to discuss on whether or not the forensic evidence that was submitted for this case should have been admissible or not. To understand whether or not the evidence should be admissible or not we first have to know what the case is about. This case started on July 25, 1984, with the death of a nine year old girl by the name of Dawn Hamilton. The story plays out as follows: Dawn approached two boys and an adult male that were fishing at a pond in a wooded area near Golden Ring Mall in eastern Baltimore, Maryland....   [tags: legal case analysis]

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A Human Life Is Worth Too Much: Making a Case Against Abortion

- Abortion has been a highly controversial topic in recent history. The debate about abortion has been a controversial topic as far back as the history books go. For example, in the book of Leviticus, the Bible describes a woman who is pregnant and two fighting men injure her, causing harm to the baby (Herring, 4). In this case it was not necessarily an abortion in today’s terms, but the same principle is there. The men were to be punished if the child that the woman was carrying was harmed in any way....   [tags: pro-life, terminating pregnancy]

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Justice vs. Reality in "Lifeboat Ethics: the Case against Helping the Poor" by Garrett Hardin

- The essay titled "Lifeboat Ethics: the Case against Helping the Poor" by Garrett Hardin, was very interesting. The first part of the essay used a metaphor of the rich people of the earth in a lifeboat and the poor people in the sea drowning. The rich people could only allow a few people in and if they let, too many people in they will sink the boat and all die. The best thing for the rich people to do is not to let anyone in so they will have adequate supplies and space for them to survive. Later in the essay, Hardin writes about the differences in the population growth between rich and poor nations....   [tags: Lifeboat Ethics, Garrett Hardin, poverty, ]

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Education Equality: A Case Against the Weight Given to the SAT's and the FCAT

- The image of equality doesn’t stem from a group as a whole, but how each individual themselves affect the group. The United States has been focused for many years on making the people in this country equal, although over the years they have tended to leave one group out – the students. Students nationwide have been made to take standardized tests to see if they are intellectually ready for the next step in their life. In the state of Florida over the past few years, the debate on whether or not the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) is actually helping the students, this debate also includes whether or not college aptitude tests similar to the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) should...   [tags: standardized testing]

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The Case Against Homework: How Much is Too Much Homework

- When you think about school one of the first things that pops into people’s mind is homework. Basically if you have asked your parents or your grandparents they would say that they remember the homework load. Now we all know that homework can be beneficial but also can be very unhealthy with all of the stress that it causes. Over the years the homework load has increased because of the fact that schools think that they need to try to keep up with other countries in academics. And will doing all of this homework now be all for nothing later....   [tags: stress, parents, students, obesity]

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Case Analysis : Complaint Against Arthur Kelly

- ... After the indictment Kelly filed a notice of appearance on March 15, 2010, and the case went to trial on or around September 30, 2010. The jury found Dascoli guilty of mayhem as well as A&B with a dangerous weapon. On October 20, 2010, a sentencing hearing was held, and the judge sentenced Dascoli to no more than 15 years or less than 10 years in MCI Cedar Junction. In response to the conviction, an appeal for a new trial was filed on that day claiming ineffective counsel. Dascoli claims that Kelly did not properly prepare because he didn’t think that the victim was going to appear for trial....   [tags: Appeal, Jury, Court, Trial]

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Refuting the Claims in Adam Kolasinski’s The Secular Case Against Gay Marriage

- Refuting the Claims in Adam Kolasinski’s The Secular Case Against Gay Marriage Gay marriage has been one of the most controversial topics of the twenty first century and the topic has mainly circulated around such issues as procreation and marriage benefits. Although Adam Kolasinski, the author of “The Secular Case Against Gay Marriage,” never refers to homosexual behavior as “wrong,” he argues several key points, including financial issues, to conclude why homosexual marriage is not allowed in the majority of states....   [tags: Gay Lesbian Same-Sex Marriage]

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Chaining Open Source Software: The Case Against Software Patents

- Chaining Open Source Software: The Case Against Software Patents Software has become an integral part of our society. The economic success of our country depends on the success of the software industry. ``Open source' software, software which users are allowed to modify and redistribute, is a very important part of the software industry. Unfortunately, the increased use of software patents threatens the future of this type of software. The importance of open source software is evident in the number of people who make use of it....   [tags: Technology Essays]

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Capital Punishment Must be Abolished

- "Crimes against children are the most heinous crime. That, for me, would be a reason for capital punishment..." -- Clint Eastwood "I could not become an American citizen. I would not like to become a citizen of a country that has capital punishment." -- Werner Herzog In most of the industrialized world, capital punishment is not used to punish criminals. However, it is still used in the United States. The capital punishment debate in the United States has raged for almost four hundred years. Supporters of capital punishment often cite its roles as deterrent and retribution as reasons for their support of the death penalty....   [tags: The Case Against the Death Penalty]

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