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The Life and Works of the Former Chief Justice of the United States, John Jay
Imagine this nation plagued with war; everywhere you walked or looked, there would be guts and limbs sprawled out all around the ground, with numerous skeletons dismembered too much to even resemble a human being. Then, just as you take the first step out of your underground shelter... SNAP! You step on a human skull and it...
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How The Whistleblower Protection Act and The False Claims Act Apply to Luke Sheldon Reporting His Employers' Illegal Disposal of Toxic Waste
Introduction Organizations face regulations with regard to the types of waste that they dispose of. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has established guidelines concerning the way that companies can dispose of hazardous materials. In cases of small violations, the company or individual may be charged a fine. In cas...
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Law for Gun Rights Should Be Stricter
I have my associates degree in Criminal Justice and I am currently in school for my bachelors in Criminology. Many times we have talked about or discussed gun rights, and it is always in the current news around us today unfortunately for all the wrong reasons most of the time. I personally think the laws for gun rights shou...
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The Importance of the Amendments to the U.S. Constitution Composed in the Form of The Bill of Rights for the Protection of Civil Liberties Today
Bill of Rights Paper The Bill of Rights is composed of the first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution. They were written by James Madison in order to better secure the public’s individual rights and limit governmental power over them. George Mason, founder of the Virginia Declaration of Rights, inspired the call for a b...
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The Freedom of Speech and the Freedom of Press Must Be Protected in the United States of America
Keeping America's Promises The United States of America is known for the freedom it offers its citizens, however, these freedoms are becoming majorly restricted. Among these freedoms is the freedom to express yourself, either through speech or press. The Bill of Rights is the document that gives the United States of Americ...
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The Creation, Structure, and Regulatory Requirements of The Sarbanes-Oxley Act in the United States of America
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act or Sox was created as an independent board to regulate public companies and monitor their audits. It was created out of necessity because the government felt that organizations were not independent enough from their auditors. “The legislation came into force in 2002 and introduced significant changes...
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The Key Factors and the Developmental Overview of the Tennessee Legislature
“Profitability is coming from productivity, efficiency, management, austerity, and the way to manage the business.” ~ Carlos Slim Overview The Tennessee legislature has attempted to pass bills in support of prescriptive authority and prescribing privileges for clinical psychologists in the past. From 2003 to 2008, t...
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A History of the Idea of Marijuana Legalization in the United States
A major topic that has come up recently that is considered a
heated debate is the proposal of the legalization of Marijuana. Marijuana
is a well-known drug with hundreds of different names. Yet one thing is for
sure, no matter what happens this year, the legalization of Marijuana and
the medical purposes will be brought up...
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The Prevention of Government Control through Special Interest Groups
Paper #3-Preventing Control by Special Interest Groups Since the 2010 United States Supreme Court ruling on the Citizens United vs. Federal Election Commission case, which ruled that the first amendment prohibited the government from restricting independent political expenditures by a nonprofit corporation, political dona...
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A Discussion on Enemy Combatants and the Meaning of the Military Commissions Act
“Enemy Combatants” Many people question should those deemed “enemy combatants” be tried in military courts or civilian courts? With answering that question you would have to better understand both of their meanings and which situations best fits for them to handle. The dispute in public discourse over the meaning of the M...
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