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    The Search for the Devine The search to find and please God has always been a goal of all Americans throughout the history of America. The first Puritan settlers believed that God was an unreachable and unapologetic deity whom controlled every aspect of their lives. They also believed that the devil lurked in the wilderness with the savages that lived deep within the forests. Throughout the course of time, the idea of only being able to worship God at church became obsolete with conventional…

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    Police-Community Relations

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    Police-community relations are complex and regularly fluctuating inter-actions amongst representatives of law enforcement and police agencies, in addition to a variety of executive organizations and the community they serve. Some of the complications that cause variation in the relationship consist of issues of race relations, fear of police, violence, and corruption. Law enforcement are faced daily with the quandary of upholding a role that requires them to be able to sufficiently preserve the…

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    "The communism of Karl Marx would probably be actually the best for everybody as a whole. But what he didn't figure into was human nature, and that's what corrupts it." This quote sums up exactly what went wrong with the revolution on Animal Farm, as Old Major provided the animals with a picture of a utopian world where every animal was to work to his capability, and still never go hungry, and enjoy luxuries that were never even thought of with Jones on the farm. But when the revolution became a…

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    Airport Security

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    security measure were scanning shoes or limiting on carrying liquid is a step that can be avoided by future terrorists. Secondly, unreasonable “selected” list are subjects to innocent person to have a higher levels of security such as pat downs, frisking and interview with DHS screener. Thirdly, the most critical argue was same name can become as suspected terrorist that are subjected to extraordinary delay even late person found himself as suspected person list. These criticisms create a…

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    The False Truth of Racism Racism is something that has been big on the news recently. Almost every day it seems like there’s some new problem occurring somewhere in the world that raise questions of if equality still exists. Examples of these problems are the multiple fatalities that have occurred within the past few years, for example: Michael Brown, Trayvon Martin, and most recently Terence Crutcher. These were very heavily televised cases in which a black person was killed and protests…

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    Gun Control is an issue for all countries, especially America because Americans love guns and carrying guns as a human right. However, America tries to forbid gun usage might cause bad consequences against the society. For example, in 1917, Eighteenth Amendment of the Constitution of the United State announced that the United State implemented Prohibition, which is an act of prohibited manufacturing, transportation, import, export, sale, drinking wine, including alcoholic beverages. However, the…

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    Different Privileges for Different Skin Tones Racial profiling is unacceptable. Police officers are taking advantage of their authority to racially profile people of color, by humiliating, harassing, and arresting them. It is not hard to perceive how people from different countries and skin colors are being racially profiled and accused of criminal acts. It is truly ironic how the "United" States of America is only united when it comes to certain ethnicities. Adnan R. Khan argues against…

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    Over the past few decades, the United States has contributed to the substantial war on drugs and its impact has continued to affect many people in more than one way. Unfortunately, it is a war that has focused its efforts on the criminalization of drug use and distribution. It has certainly not eradicated the mass destruction that has been marked in communities around the United States and globally. There is an obvious correlation between drugs, racial justice, and aspects that reach beyond…

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    Midterm 1. Decide as an appellate judge based on the law that you have learned whether the police had a legitimate exigency based on the 4th Amendment and whether the trial judge should have suppressed the marijuana cigarette as evidence. In King v. State the trial judge should NOT suppressed the marijuana blunt as evidence. In this situation the police had "probable cause," meaning there was reasonable basis for the officers to believe that a crime may have been committed when they heard "Some…

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    RACIAL PROFILING Racial profiling means using the race or ethnicity of an individual to decide whether to enforce a law or not. Racial profiling may include various kinds of actions such as “racially-biased stop and frisk,” using race to make a traffic stop and ethnic discrimination. Racial profiling in the United States dates back to the 17th century when police officials were allowed to stop and detain Negroes. The practice has continued since that time despite the abolishment of slavery and…

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