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    childhood and violent crime in adulthood. To prove this point, Pennell and Browne (2008) examined a study by Huesmann and colleagues which was carried out on a group of people…

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    ineffective are a major cause of violent crime in America, the best way to resolve the problem is to change and strength the laws. We are reaching the end of 2016, and there have been reports of at least 44,427 gun related incidents. In 2015 there was a total of 53,379. In 2014 it was reported that there was 51,848 gun related incidents. (Gun Violence archive, 2016)The gun violence does not have any signs of slowing down. Every day, 48 children and teens are shot in murders, assaults, suicides…

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    especially African Americans and Latinos. Since I 'm a Latino I have experienced hatred throughout my life, and it hurts. Who their discriminating words pierce through my skin(Personification), affecting me and my family . Moreover, in my opinion, I think African Americans are treated and discriminated against worse than Latinos. My reason is that African Americans have been in the U.S since colonial times, and Latinos have only been in the U.S for about thirty years. African Americans were…

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    occurring more frequently in American media. The news featured many stories about the horrible situation. It has been causing a lot of controversy in the African American communities. Police brutality is when a police officer uses his power to harm or kill an innocent person. Most police officers are serious about their job, but some use their job to show their evil and wicked ways. There have been multiple cases of police beating and killing among the African American communities just this year…

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    Acceptance: Do American colleges and universities have a rape culture? A quick Google search of “college acceptance videos” turns up 4.79 million results in 4.7 seconds. One can find multiple shaky home videos of teens screaming and crying with the joy of being accepted into their top choice. Yet, the dark truth behind modern college acceptances lies in what else teens across the country are accepting. According to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, one in five women and one in 16…

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    about lowering it again to age 18. Advocates who are for reducing the drinking age from 21 to 18 again usually use common weak arguments. Some experts even believe that not lowering the drinking age does not stop teens from drinking; it may increase the extreme drinking or would drive teens to still drink underground or behind closed doors. However, most of those arguments or explanations are still being short-sighted. Accordingly, since teenagers are not fully responsible for regulating their…

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    As any American teen that has been exposed to pop culture or any form of political media knows, Communism is the root of all evil. Many people would laugh at that statement while also acknowledging that there is some truth to that – at least in America –. The very fact that it 's this widely understood notion that teens do not even question it says something about its depth in American history. So, it’s time to understand Communism and its impact on American society and politics. However, since…

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    anything wrong and they have been killed or injured because of something they did not do mainly the victims being blacks. Police brutality has been going on for the past 20 years it has been showed that there has been an increase of police brutality against blacks for the past 10 years(Chaney, Cassandra, and Ray Robertson). The way that black people are seeing in the eyes of the law is that…

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    of states has moved to legalize the recreational use of marijuana for adults (even more for medical marijuana). California has just joined pro-marijuana group via the recent passage of Proposition 64. Before the vote, plenty of Californians argued against or in favor of recreational marijuana usage. This paper will proceed to analyze the arguments made by the proponents of Prop 64. One of the prominent proponents of Prop 64 is the group Californians for Responsible Marijuana Reform. According to…

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    Importance of Violence Against Women Act known as VAWA Trump is planning on cutting federal funding (Bolton). It is a bad idea for the president to cut federal budgets because one of the many programs that will be cut is called Violence Against Women Act and it is the only program that tremendously benefits abused women. If the budget gets cut or eliminated there will not be justice for women. Women will lose legal rights against violence that is committed against them. What is a woman? A…

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