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    The United States Should Convert to IFRS

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    benefit (IFRS, 2012). I think that it would be beneficial for United States to switch to IFRS, but I think that SEC should not vote to switching to IFRS after companies spend millions of dollars on converting from GAAP (Maryland). The European Union has already switched to IRFSs. It happened the same year when United States companies had deadline to switch over (Johnson). There are at least three reasons why the United States should switch to IFRS. The reasons are: international financial reporting

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    Should Marijuana Be Legalized in the United States of America? In light of recent laws allowing Cannabis sativa, more commonly known as marijuana, to be prescribed for medicinal purposes, the question has been raised: Should marijuana be legalized in the United States? (“Marijuana”). With recent studies refuting many common anti-marijuana beliefs, international perceptions are increasingly shifting towards the side its supporting legalization. Most scientists agree that the toxicity of marijuana

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    Here, I am writing about topic “Should Marijuana Be Legalized in the United States?” Since 1961 marijuana has been ill-gotten within the U. S. however within the 2012 election Colorado and Washington voters determined they needed that to alter. Marijuana has terribly valuable medical use to patients laid low with some terminal diseases. It additionally features a terribly valuable industrial use with the cultivation of hemp from the cannabis plant. In conjunction with this marijuana is additionally

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    leads to many misconceptions about the drug and what the drug actually does to your body. Marijuana should be legalized because of its many uses in medicine, its uses as hemp, the ability to control the production and sale of the drug to teenagers and kids, it will lead to a decrease in crime, and its ability to make money as a cash crop. Marijuana has for over a decade been legal in certain states, such as California, for medical use only. This means that if a person has permission from their doctor

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    The United States Should Leave Iraq

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    The United States Should Leave Iraq The United States is in a tough situation. This country has gone to war without the UN's approval, and now has more casualties than when the war 'officially' ended. Now, the war could cost taxpayers $87 billion dollars, and more if the war drags on. The situation is at the critical point. If the Bush Administration does not leave Iraq, we will lose thousands of troops, spend billions sending more troops to Iraq, and we will lose the faith of the international

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    Pearl Harbor - The United States Should Have Anticipated the Attack Many have compared the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 to the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. They argue that both attacks were just as astonishing, unwarranted and unpredictable. The World Trade Center buildings in New York City still lie in ruin, an icy reminder of the terrorist attack. Both the U.S.S. Arizona and the U.S.S Utah remain on the floor of Pearl Harbor, each a ghostly

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    Should the United States Reinstate the Draft?

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    former draftee himself) makes to support his argument by referring to his own experiences as well as putting in statistics he has obviously researched extensively before referring to them in his article. Rangel introduced a statement that said people should participate in compulsory conscription to ease the burden of military service off of the groups of people who serve because they have to. I believe there is enough evidence offered to make this article a legitimate source of information, for my research

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    In the United States, euthanasia should be legalized. In the year of 1992, Chris Docker wrote about an elderly woman going through the last painful stages of her life. Docker shared that “Mrs. Boyes' was so ill that she "screamed like a dog" if anyone touched her… when she repeatedly requested to die, Dr. Cox finally gave her an injection of potassium chloride, bestowing on her the boon of a peaceful death so many of us feel we are entitled to” (Docker). This unfortunate situation is presented to

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    the United States should be free. Should it really be free? In my opinion, the United States should provide all citizens with free college. The cost of attending many public colleges is so high that in reality, many students can’t afford it. Students should also be allowed to focus more on their studies rather than worrying about gathering the funds for each upcoming school term. And if we think about it, a better- educated society leads to a more active community. First, the United States should

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    Dear fellow senators: Yesterday, February 6, 1899 was a big day in United States history; we decided as a nation to annex the Philippines. The Philippines is an island country in Southeast Asia, and was independent until 1565 when the spanish colonized the islands. I have one question for you my fellow senators, should the U.S. have annexed the Philippines? The United States should have annexed the Philippines for three reasons: our duty to spread the values of democracy overseas, The Filipinos natural

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