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    Major companies in many different sectors all support, and spend money lobbying for, the continued criminalization of drugs. The continued criminalization of drugs is critical to the drug war, and includes strict punishments and sentences for those convicted of crimes involving drugs. It has been shown that groups such as private prisons, and prison guard unions lobby for strict punishments to increase incarceration, and reap the profits. These company’s contributions promote the war on drugs,…

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    Various Philosopher contributed in shaping the pillars of our society. Influencing politics, government, religion, science, culture, language and much more. Furthermore, these philosophers came from the different sectors but offer idiosyncratic ideas. Two of the prominent philosophers are Aristotle and St. Thomas Aquinas. Aristotle is known to be the father of biology and politics, while St. Thomas Aquinas is known to be the greatest theologian-philosopher in medieval time. In addition,…

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    In 570 AD Saudi Arabia was suffering from the excessive violence of small clans. Muhammad was born into this culture of unnecessary violence lived his life as such. The Quran claims Muhammad was visited by Allah's angel Gabriel who called on Muhammad to do the bidding of Allah and preach his word to the middle east who at the time Was polytheistic. In the midst of disorder and chaos in the middle east Muhammad rapidly gained followers, creating not only the religion of Islam but gathered his…

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    Why are people proving the world right by displaying how history repeats itself? It is 2016 and African Americans are still getting treated like they do not belong and have plenty to show for that. The world continues to demonstrate how African Americans, whether a teenager or an adult, are still getting killed. It seems to be hard to admit or say it out loud, but the white murderers are still getting away with it. White people have always put shame to Negros and it still continues, 500 years…

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    There are a lot of things going on today about how police use force. People are steady dying or getting hurt. For example, in August of 2014, a teenage boy was shot and killed by a police officer in St. Louis, Mo. Since then, police have killed more than 1,083 Americans, according to Vice News. There have been riots and chaos for justice for some of these people. People have destroyed lots of stores and places because they were angry with the officers. When people are apart of the riots, some of…

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    campaigns were confusing and misleading to some extent, unethical and did not add value to the cause they were supposedly working for in their campaigns. PETA has introduced unnecessary publicity stunts, a greedy business model, sexism and extrajudicial killings. All this goes against the tenets of animal rights, peace, sober judgment, and ethical consideration to those involved. 3. PETA is said to provide home shelter to the cats and dogs that are picked by them. With the central principle…

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    Introduction The Republic of The Philippines is a Presidential Republic located in Southeast Asia. The Philippines consists of a group of over 7,100 islands, which is an area slightly larger than the state of Arizona (Factbook, 2010). With an estimated population of just more than 100 million people, The Philippines is very diverse in ethnic groups, languages and religions. The nation is also very rich in natural resources to include major deposits of copper, chromium, gold as well as producing…

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    In a span of 100 days, Cruden claims that between 500,000-1, 000,000 Rwandans were killed in inter-clan clashes . At the height of the clashes, leading economic powers refused to act and stop the menace with some aiding in the mass killings. The US evacuated its diplomats and avoided any conflict with the natives after paying a huge price when its forces ventured in Somalia. The UN independently intervened to stop the genocide but the support troops were hardly enough to sustain the…

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    I. Southeast Asian countries, due to their historical and social complexity, continue to deviate from widely held political theories. In this paper, I will employ the work of Alexis De Tocqueville and Robert Putnam to show how the Philippines and Thailand prove to be enigmatic in that regard. I argue that we see a largely active civil society but low democratization in Thailand and the Philippines owing to their authoritarian histories and lack of democratic institutionalization. I chose to…

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    [quote][b]Originally posted by SIGNYM: [quote]In an email sent to his business partner and Democratic fundraiser Jeffrey Leeds, [u]former Secretary of State Colin Powell wrote of Hillary Clinton, “Everything HRC touches she kind of screws up with hubris.”[/u][/quote] Indeed! [quote]Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State during Barack Obama’s first term was an [u]unmitigated disaster for many nations around the world.[/u] Neither the Donald Trump campaign nor the corporate media have adequately…

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