I’d like to start this speech today with a question. How many people have been in a vehicle whether being the driver or a passenger and drove by a stationary emergency vehicle sitting alongside the road? I can attest to driving by as well as being on the side of the road. My father, my grandfather, my uncle, and some of my ideals are alongside the road every single day. My grandfather owns a towing company, I have spent my entire life around emergency responders. So, the Move Over Slow Down Law hits very close to home. An article published by Matt Gray states, “Five firefighters per year, and one law enforcement officer per month are killed due to the violation of the Move Over Law. One tow truck driver is killed every six days due to Move Over violations,” (Gray). I am here today to persuade the audience to move over and slow down for emergency responders alongside the road as well as stranded motorists. People need to be aware of the Move Over Slow Down Law.
Attention Getter: During World War 2 Japanese Emperor Isoroku Yamamoto was quoted saying “You cannot invade the mainland United States. There would be a rifle behind each blade of grass.”
We all know our rights. Most of us do paid attend, to them in school. Do you know what is the Fourth Amendment is? If, you have forgotten, it is our right to privacy. Or from the Bill of Right “the right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized (Fourth Amendment).” This can be from our homes, people, schools, and our cars. Why is this important to us? What is searches and seizures? What is privacy? What should we know about this amendment? Do we have an expectation
“I have opinions that, frankly, a lot of people are thinking. They just won't tell people. They don't pollsters. They don't tell journalists. But they think it” (Lieberman). These are the words of conservative blogger and self-proclaimed “provocateur,” Milo Yiannopoulos. Yiannopoulos had been scheduled to speak at the UC Berkeley campus, but given UC Berkeley Police Department’s security concerns surrounding his appearance, the event had been cancelled. Yiannopoulos argues that his First Amendment right had been violated and vows to return for a future event, “Free Speech Week.” Additionally, Ku Klux Klan activist Chris Cantwell has been invited to speak. The University argues that due to Yiannopoulos’ past doxing activities and the threat of violence associated with his presence, it is not required to accommodate such speech. In this memo, I will provide legal precedents arguing that 1) “Free Speech Week” should be permitted to proceed with or without Chris Cantwell, 2) the associated KKK rallies should be permitted to proceed, and 3) a counter-argument addressing the strengthening of civil disobedience.
Pedefiles are a big problem in America now a days and the law is acting as if the pedefiles are getting less time while the drug dealers get more time but if you look at the money that is involved that’s a lot of government money now , maybe that's a problem , maybe that's why they get more time. Whatever it is a child is way more important than a drug dealer and some money. Woman and Men are scared to walk alone at night, how can we just let these bad men take over our fears and make us think like that?
I appreciate all that you have done. Thank you for your time being a Senator for Iowa for 36 years. You have done a great job of speaking out for our state. I understand it must be hard to be Senator. Having to listen to everyone must be difficult.
I am here to ask for you to cast your vote against the new upcoming bill allowing people to carry concealed weapons across states. The Second amendment stretches for people to carry weapons with them for safety, but not for carrying weapons across states for protection. The second amendment would not support this kind of bill simply because the bill is mainly for self protection like weapons to be stored at home, not in the public eye. The constitution has been extended a far enough point where we must stop and see the better of where this constitution is taking us. Your vote can mean anything from allowing a ridiculous bill from being passed.
Let's start with plus size waist cinchers or plus size waist shapers, are a wide belt-like garment worn below the bust or rib line and end above the hip in order to give the illusion of a slimmer waistline and a more feminine hourglass shape. Made to be firm control shapewear, the material used is quite thick and don't really have much give. Now this is by no means a bad thing - otherwise how would it do its job? A good waist cincher is designed to really hold in that gut and reduce your waist by at least 1.5/2 inches. There are many waist shapers available that are made from light control, stretchy materials, which will smooth out the bumps and lumps but these aren't 'powerful' enough for me! I need a cincher that will do just as it says -
Ladies and Gentlemen, boys and girls of this fine nation, we need to come together and resolve the issues and arguments of our 2nd Amendment right. There have been tragedies in Las Vegas, Orlando, and more across the country. A lot of us believe we should not be able to own firearms and some of us say otherwise. We, as a nation, need to come together and resolve our conflicts and find a way to meet in the middle. Half of us think guns are harmful, dangerous and that people should not be able to purchase guns, while the other half of our nation thinks guns protect themselves; also for sport, and are only dangerous when put into the wrong hands.In the Bill of Rights, the US 2nd Amendment, permits a US citizens to own a firearm for their protection.
Hillary Clinton in an CNN interview on Friday completely pandered to the BLM followers with her "white people and cops must change to help reduce the number of African-Americans killed in tense exchanges with cops".
“My people,” I begin, standing in front our nightly fire, “we are gathered here today because our land- the land of our people has been claimed by white men who seem to believe it is their own. Tomorrow at dawn we will fight for our freedom, our land, and our people!” The 600 men I had brought with me erupted into a chorus of cheers and shouts.
There are all kinds of different reasons people want the second amendment to abolish.I could make a whole list but it would never stop for the fact that people make up any reason to shoot their gun.For staring,touching,gangs,reaping the wrong color, for being a different race intentionally"BLACK' which is not right because they fought their battle to be free and an american citizen.
History does not change. Malcolm X once said, “I don’t even call it violence when it's in self defense; I call it intelligence.
A system that tolerates "hate speech" is probably superior to the alternatives, but defenders of an absolute right can't pretend no one gets hurt. Epps (2014) suggested that free speech does do harm and it has to be defended: “hate speech may be for individual members of minorities or other targeted groups, its toleration is to their great collective benefit.” What Epps means is that hate speech can cause people harming themselves or most of them decide to end their lives. For example, this goes back to the boy name Roy that committed suicide after his girlfriend kept sending him multiple text messages, “The judge said he did not take into account in his verdict Roy's previous suicide attempts” (Truesdell, Pennington, & Hanlon, 2017). What the writer seem to suggest might have been perceived as of how many times the boy tried to kill himself but failed until the last time he did it. Finally, Hate speech is often misunderstood because it can be classified as either careless or intentionally hurtful. Many people interpret careless statements as acts of aggression, but with good reason. It would be false to say that the freedom of speech has never been manipulated to inflict damage upon others. Questions have been risen of what hate speech is and if it should be allowed to be viewed by
On the off chance that you've played Hearthstone or Magic: The Gathering some time recently, you'll presumably feel at home here with Battle of Destiny. Both rivals take turn drawing cards, putting beast/character cards on the field, and assaulting or protecting. You can utilize your creatures to assault your adversary's group, yet in the event that they don't have anything (or you don't) you'll do harm to them. At the point when their HP hits zero, it's game over.