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    Capital punishment popularity has been dwindling in the past years, with 19 states abolishing the use of the death penalty. Problems also arrive from questions of the ethicality of it and if it’s right to kill someone for killing someone. The politics behind it are very largely at play with the supreme justices being very wary to support it and since the death penalty is state dependent senators for each hold differing positions. Capital punishment is an ethically debated topic that is important…

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    Death in Chains Has society climbed so low on the totem pole of morality that it is considered fair and logical to kill someone to “show them” that is not okay to murder? Capital punishment is currently one of the most controversial issues in the United States. Among the Western parts of the world, the US is the one of the only countries allowing it to remain legal. Capital punishment--also known as the death penalty--involves the execution of one condemned for a serious crime, such as murder,…

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    War is a word that usually has a negative connotation associated with it. When people think of war, most will think of death and destruction. However, some people also associate war with self-sacrifice and honour. “Dulce et Decorum Est” by Wilfred Owen and “The Charge of the Light Brigade” by Alfred, Lord Tennyson are the two poems that can show these two different point of views on war. These two poems share the same topic which is war but each view the topic in its own different way. Wilfred…

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    matter where on the scale, two people contain different, but understandable answers: “Yes, only if it’s reasonable” or “No, never, absolutely not!” With that, if you take the issue of death penalty and consider it murder, wouldn’t you consider the abortion of an unborn child murder as well? If you consider the death penalty murder, you may believe that the person is still human, perhaps just messed up a bit. Whether it was their mistake, or the help of someone else’s - there’s always fixing.…

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    Is death a reasonable punishment for capital crimes? How many inmates on death row can each states withstand as more criminals are being held in federal penitentiaries for their crimes? Where would each state maintain their funds continuing the death penalty process? So many questions have sparked controversy towards the effect on the states about the death penalty. Some American may support, believing the karma phrase “What goes around, comes around”, but others may view this as having no moral…

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    from the viticm to the murder their self wins from the death penalty. The author explains that this form of punishment is unnecessary and pointless. One great point of any was that the murder him or her are no truly suffering by dieing, and if anything they are not having to deal with what they've done. Dying is simple, living and being forced o reflect on what has been done is the real punishment. 2. Elliott and Robinson. 1991. Death Penalty Attitudes and the Tendency to Convict or Acquit:…

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    The Death Penalty laws were first mentioned in the Code of Hammurabi, dating back to 1700 BC. Numerous different empires and countries used the death penalty for consequences of crime. Although many countries began to abolish the death penalty, the United States did not. During the colonial era is when the United States first began using Capital Punishment. In the early 16th century in the Jamestown, Virginia Captain George Kendall was hanged for the capital offense of treason. There were also…

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    When it comes to the topic of the Death Penalty you have to ask yourself the morality of what you are doing, and if other human beings should have the right to take the life of someone else for what you deem as wrong above and beyond the normal crime. From an economic standpoint you realize that it is extremely inefficient not only in terms of time, but in the sheer amount of money it takes for the death penalty to actually be handed down making it more economically inefficient. I. Monetary Cost…

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    The death penalty gives the power to deprive the life from people and should not be enforced in our legal system. This sentence on humans that are convicted of a crime goes against the constitution that this country holds as the ultimate law of the land. As stated by William J. Brennan, JD, “Death is today a cruel and unusual punishment prohibited by the Clause... I would set aside the death sentences imposed... as violative of the Eighth and Fourteenth Amendments." (1976). The death sentence…

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    August 15, 2016 Bruce Rauner, Governor Office of the Governor James R. Thompson Center 100 W. Randolph, 16-100 Chicago, IL 60601 Dear Governor Rauner, This letter is to address my position on capital punishment that it’s never acceptable to kill or murder because the “Eye for Eye” (Messerli) or Tooth for Tooth is not an ethical theory. As Christian we no longer live by the law an Eye for an Eye, which was represented in the book of Exodus 21:22-25; we live by grace, which is stated in…

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