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    non-profit organization that specializes in assisting "at risk homeless" or transitioning veterans with long term employment in the home remodeling industry. Vision and Philosophy Our vision is to become an apprenticeship program in home repair for motivated veterans that are attached to Veterans Court Diversion programs and that are discharging from Veterans Affairs inpatient rehab facilities. We will provide job placement for our veterans upon certificate completion. Valor Doors Foundations' objective is to be a win-win for both veteran and society. • While the veteran is performing OJT in home repair; the communities are being revamped. Our objective…

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    Mary said. “They’ll get what they deserve soon enough.” William smiled, reminded in that moment why he loved Mary; or at minimum, deeply regarded her. They met as freshmen at a Christian Coalition meeting. William had been attending the meeting as a representative from the campus Young Republicans. The visit was planned as part of an outreach effort to drum up support for a voter-registration drive. William was smitten, not by the spark that follows a love-at-first-sight dynamic, more by the…

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    constitute an ameliorative law or program within meaning of s. 15(2) of the Charter? No. Subsection 17(5) of the Act does not establish an ameliorative law to make the conditions of Canadian Aboriginals better within the context of s. 15(2) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. It takes away the right of other ethnic groups and races from being able to adopt an aboriginal child and is possibly subject to racial discrimination. If it is meant to improve conditions for aboriginals, it…

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    And these questions led to people going against our government in court. The type of political system that the U.S has is called a Democracy. According to American Government Today “ a system in which political authority is vested in the people”(p.8) This means that our political system gives us the right to choose what we want for our country. Without democracy we would not be allowed to do things such as vote for our president and propose laws. The Bill of Rights play a huge role in the…

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    Is it correct to argue that human rights have existed since the earliest times within human history? The belief that all human beings are entitled to certain humans rights is fairly new across the world even though it is argued that they have existed in many different traditions before this (www1.umn.edu). The Universal Declaration of Human Rights has been described as a succession of international breakthroughs and revolutionary declarations (www.krisis.eu). It proclaims that all human beings…

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    The U.S. would not be better off without the "Bill of Rights", in fact America would presumably fall apart without it. The Bill of Rights has protected the citizens of America from being attacked and treated unjustly by the government as well as others. Without the Bill of Rights, Congress would possess the ability to have complete control over the citizens, meaning they could search ones house without a warrant or they could make it illegal to have an opinion and to practice a religion.…

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    Unfortunately at first this motion was defeated after a brief discussion. Following the Philadelphia Convention some leaders during the revolution publicly opposed the Constitution, this became known as “Anti-Federalism”. The opposed because they believed if the National Government became too strong it would also be a threat to individual rights and the President would gain too much. When advocating the Bill of Rights, Jefferson wrote to Madison: “Half a loaf is better than no bread. If we…

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    The right to euthanasia is embedded in the U.S. Constitution. It is included in four of the amendments listed in the Constitution — the First Amendment, the Ninth Amendment, the Tenth Amendment, and the Fourteenth Amendment — and in some parts of the Declaration of Independence. Along with these are religious concerns, which support the right to euthanasia as well. According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, euthanasia is “the act or practice of killing someone who is very sick or injured in…

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    Feature films have huge impact on the lives of the viewers whether it be explicit or implicit. We grow up watching various feature films in this technological era where we have societal expectations that correlate with what is displayed in movies. The importance of this and politics has to deal with the fact that many individuals expect what the movie showcases to be true, which is not always the case. Specific cases with the U.S. Bill of Rights is included into films and has cinematic license…

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    is, but just in case you do not, it states: “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be infringed." What this means is “the right to bear arms”, simply our right to own and carry guns. This amendment added to the U.S. Constitution in 1791, along with nine others is known as the Bill of Rights, which established basic constitutional rights for the people of the United States. There are many…

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