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    the argument for CC or concealed carry. Many people are clamoring for more gun control to stop crime sprees. However, history has shown that in a society with widespread weapon carrying, crime decreases. This is due to that when a criminal commits a crime, he is less likely to succeed in his misdeed due to the fact that the townspeople are armed. But the issue is not an easy answer. The party against concealed carry maintains that everyone having guns would lead to conflicts escalating quicker…

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    According to Dan Lyons from Bloomsbury New Jersey, one of the most effective laws ever passed was requiring purchasers of alcohol to be 21 years of age. In 1984, Congress urged every state to require 21 as the legal drinking age for purchasing alcoholic drinks (Lyons). An estimated 1,071 lives were saved on the highways alone in 1987, and more than 20,000 lives since then (Lyons). As Robert Voas states, “The 21 law is predicated on the fact that drinking is more dangerous for youth because…

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    minutes in America someone is being sexually assaulted. Every two minutes there is another victim of rape. Every two minutes there is another person who may or may not get justice for a terrible crime committed against them. In today’s society these victims of sexual assault are shunned and blamed for these crimes do to the ever growing’ rape culture that is present in America. An article written by John Fidler that was published in Reading Eagle states, “’Well, what was she wearing?’ ‘I’ll bet…

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    on drugs is the way to legally discriminate against African Americans and people of color. In the book she encourages us, as United States Citizens to discuss the criminal justice system and how it is not how it should be. In chapter one we are introduced on how the discrimination has made come back according to Michelle Alexander. She did acknowledge that some African Americans have succeeded but she also mentions that even though some African Americans, like Barack Obama, have succeeded, it…

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    what they see on the outside because not every minority commits a crime and men offer no more than women do. Racial profiling is based on the perception that an individual of one race or…

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    Institutional Disparities Data Report On the off chance that we consider back the historical backdrop of the United States, we appear to have made some amazing progress in the battle against racial disparity; we even have our first African American president in office. No doubt we are near accomplishing the equity we have been exercising as a country, if we have not as of now accomplished it. In any case, despite what advancements we have made, the racial disparity is still a critical issue…

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    Introduction Teen dating violence (TDV) entails physical, emotional, psychological, or emotional violence in a dating relationship (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2014). Physical violence includes any kind of physical harm for example, pinching, hitting, kicking whereas emotional violence deals with the threatening of a partner or harm of their sense of self-worth for example, name calling, shaming, bullying, and isolating from friends and family (Eagle, 2012). Sexual violence…

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    The movement campaigns against police brutality involving African Americans; it began in the wake of the July 2013 acquittal of George Zimmerman in the Florida Shooting death of African American teen Trayvon Martin. However there are number of African Americans who are pushing that the Black Lives Matter movement will also campaign against “Black on Black” crime that is rapidly destroying lives in their own neighborhoods. Our race has always…

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    “Eighteen year olds can vote and die for there country so there throats should be able to feel the burn of jack daniels. If you can toss a hand grenades you should be able to toss back a shot of tequilla” (Levine). In the United States the legal drinking age is twenty-one, while other countries have theirs lower and are having less underage drinking problems. This shows why the legal drinking age should be lowered from twenty-one to eighteen. At the age of eighteen kids get many new…

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    differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race. Although it may seem that racism in America has come a long way from its unsettling past, Michael Omi argues that racism in American culture has a pervasive feature in our lives. One that is both overt and inferential (Omi 538). Nowadays, American culture uses race on how to judge a person’s character. Racism is now common in music, television, and social media, it is almost impossible not to be affected by heavy implanted…

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