Titles Essay

988 Words Nov 11th, 2012 4 Pages
Do magazines marketed for teenagers send the wrong message? Using at least three specific magazines for support, argue for or against the moral and ethical messages that dominate magazines directed for the teen demographic.
Is it freedom of the press or harassment? Argue whether the paparazzi helps or hinders the purpose of the free press.
Are grades important? Discuss whether grades are necessary in order to keep students on track with learning.
Is homework necessary?
Hazing is a problem on university campuses
America could start using year round school
People should have green burial
Non-essential plastic surgery should be illegal for children under 18
Parents should be informed if their child is given birth control
It has been
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Assault weapons should (or should not) be out-lawed.
All owners of firearms should (or should not) be required to register their weapons with the police.
A two-week waiting period should (or should not) be required for anyone attempting to purchase a firearm.
The death penalty for murderers should (or should not) be abolished.
The death penalty should (or should not) be imposed on juveniles.
Drug dealers convinced of distributing large quantities of drugs should (or should not receive the death penalty.
The U.S. military should (or should not) be used to curb drug smuggling in the U.S.
The U.S. should (or should not) cut off all foreign aid to dictatorships.
Smoking should (or should not) be banned in public areas such as restaurants and airport terminals.
State and local governments should (or should not) operate lotteries and gambling casinos.
The U.S. should (or should not) remain in the United Nations.
Immigrations into the U.S. should (or should not) be restricted.
Churches should (or should not) be required to pay taxes.
Federal funding for the arts should (or should not) be provided.
The present-day tax system is (or is not) unfair to middle-class and lower-income Americans.
College athletes should (or should not) be required to meet the academic requirements of their schools.
Sex education should (or should not) be required course in all schools as early as sixth grade. Everyone should (or should

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