• Smoking Ban in Public Places
    that prohibit smoking in public places help create a healthy environment for all people. The common good must be protected over the perceived individual’s right to smoke because clean air but clean air is a basic human right secured by the United States Constitution’s promise to establish justice...
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  • The aniversary of Jakarta
     JAKARTA ANNIVERSARY Good evening Ladies and Gentlemen. There is no appropriate sentence we say on this occasion except to the presence of GOD. Praise him in the highest because of his mercy and grace. We can still be able to gather together in this room in a fit and healthy state. Our thanks...
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  • Candidate Speech
    a better and worthwhile community. I believe that stem cell research is necessary for saving the active lives of many American citizens. Stem cells should only be taken if the baby is aborted or non-living, and in cases of stale birth. I believe that every state and citizen of the United States...
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  • Green Party
    green’s environmental goal is to have a human society in harmony with nature. Greens believe human being need ecological sustainability to survive. Therefore, this party’s utmost goal is a healthy environment, but they believe in order to choose best ways for ecological sustainability citizens need...
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  • Democracy’s Edge
    grasp the needs of all Americans. 2. We can’t limit campaign spending – that’s denying free speech. The author would like to see more states adopt the “Clean Money, Clean Elections” laws. This helps more people, without the backing of major corporations, to run for offices. 3. Leave the market...
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  • Change of Policy (Nutrition)
    $200 and $2,000” (“Biting Back at Obesity”). Restaurants sued the city, saying the policy interfered with their constitution right, freedom of speech. The city won the case. Deepak Gupta, an attorney with Public Citizen (the Washington, D.C.-based law group that wrote an amicus in the case) commented...
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  • Locus Standi: a Conundrum in Environmental Rights Protection
    legitimate duty of the courts as the enforcing organs of constitutional objectives to forbid all actions of the state and the citizen from upsetting the environmental balance. In this case, the very purpose of preparing and publishing the development plan is to maintain such an environmental balance...
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  • John Stuart Mills' - on Liberty
    limiting free speech. John Stuart Mill’s final argument uses the pretense that an opinion can be partially correct and incorrect. Just as there is a “party of order and a party of progress”, and they are both “necessary elements of a healthy state of political life to keep their respective doctrines...
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  • Public Policy Goverment
    Public policy is the fundamental policy on which laws rest, especially policy not yet pronounced in specific rules. Public policies can be controversial from time to time because some laws restrict the rights we have as citizens such as freedom of speech. Once citizens realize that their rights are...
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  • The Progressive Era
    understood and accepted by all. Under the leadership of Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson and many other political and business leaders, the nation activated a clean up act. By 1916 hundreds of national, state and local laws had begun to make the cities more clean and healthy, the workplace safer, and...
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  • Building a Movement for Constructive Commonwealth
    picture of the community they want. Their pictures are strikingly similar: Their sky is blue and their air is clean; the schools are good and the kids are happy; there are parks, good food, and safe places to live and work, as well as artistic, cultural, and religious institutions that reflect the...
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  • A Universal Message in Mountains Beyond Mountains
    work with a convincing matter. He sees firsthand what legitimate healthcare can do in the poorest areas in the world. “Clean water, healthcare, school, food, tin roofs, and cement floors, all of these things should constitute a set of basics that people must have as birthrights” (91). The idea that...
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  • Frq 1 Prep
    of court hearing, freedom of speech, bail, against cruel or unusual punishment, also prohibition on estate tax * Socially: Came to America for better life/money didn’t want to live poor, hungry life * Ex.: Pilgrims: Communal Farming * Governor William Bradford in Plymouth...
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  • Health and Social Care Level 3 Assign3
    and three years for women and two years respectively. By 2002 women who were age of 65 could expect to live to the age of 84 while men could expect to live to the age of 81. The primary reason for the vast increase in life expectancy in developed countries in the 20th century is universal clean...
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  • Is Healthcare a Right
    The Right to Be Healthy A basic human right is something all people should have access too or one’s ability to exercise a particular action themselves. The right to vote, speak freely, bear arms and freedom to practice religion are all rights of an individual. To deny individuals the...
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  • Research Paper
    included in the Clean Air Act of 1970.” In the Clean Air Act there are many valid points that needed to be addressed. In President Nixon’s State of union speech he proclaims that clean water and air are a necessity for a healthy nation. During the 70’s a lot of environmentalists started to claw their...
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  • Humanity's Right to Water
    crisis have claimed more lives through diseases than any war have claimed through guns. Humanity should no longer tolerate the devastating problems having no access to clean water brings to us. In order to have a healthy standard of living to meet humanities’ most basic needs that allow them to...
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  • Speech
    McMahon Here are some topics I gleaned from various sources/books/internet cites. It is unlikely that you will be able to persuade an audience to change a value or principle. Consider a topic that involves making an incremental change. Additionally, if an audience already agrees with your speech...
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  • Unit 1
    states the US Constitution, its government are supreme law of the land o The Amendments – changes and additions to the constitution. The Bill of Rights – the first 10 amendments; its purpose is to protect rights and liberties of individuals. o 1st Amendment – freedoms of speech, press...
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  • Singer Solution to World Problems
    World Poverty” he challenges citizens of first world countries to donate any money that is not used for day to day necessities to go towards charities that help feed, clothe, and medicate people in extreme poverty. He states that money spent at an expensive dinner, for a new suit, or on vacation...
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