Capital punishment or death penalty was given to a criminal deemed unfit to live by the state as a punishment for his heinous crimes. Death penalty should not be implemented in the Philippines because the judicial system is faulty and it is contrary to the catholic teachings.
Image courtesy of mendhak via flickr Back in the Summer of I was working my one, and only, renaissance festival.
What is amusing about this is that the show was not, in fact, the one I had grown up around. Like many folks who traveled and worked with the renaissance festival circuit, I set up a tent in the woods back behind the festival grounds to live in during the time I was employed at the show.
She actually went through all the trouble to build a platform IN a tree to set up her tent on so that she could be closer to nature or something. What I do remember is that she annoyed the hell out of me. One night, in particular, my ire boiled over.
I tend to be very easy-going, and for the most part if something annoys me I just suck it up and keep it to myself. The worst thing I may do, these days, is post something bitchy and vague on Twitter about it. It was one night when we were gathered around a camp fire during the Los Angeles riots.
Reaction to that event was pretty intense around the camp grounds. With that particular event hanging over our heads as we warmed ourselves that evening, the subject of whether or not there would be peace in our time came up.
At that point my annoyance with her bubbled over and I could not help but address this lunacy. Hell, it makes me sound more badass and confident than I am NOW. What happens if somebody breaks the law? What if breaking the law makes me happy? What do you do to me? Because if you do, guess what?
Yeah, they may be primitive at this point but they exist. You know what else? Maybe not in that exact way, but it would happen. The more people get involved, the more complex those laws are going to get.
You want to know why? Because human beings, as a collective, suck. I was pretty proud of the argument I had made, but for some reason everyone was kinda pissed at me for making what had been a pretty chill evening quite uncomfortable.
Ultimately I think the point I was trying to make is that, like them or not, society as a whole needs to have rules in place that are set up to deal with the folks who refuse to play nicely with others.
Unfortunately, the very same flaws that dictate our need to have a code of laws in place to correct bad behavior are the same flaws that cause the people who end up in power to twist the law to their own benefit.
Idealism is all fine and dandy, but reality is a murky place.Feb 22, · Major Rhetorical Argument (photo) The photo on the right sidebar depicts one of the many Anti-Vietnam War protests that took place throughout the 's.
While there were a plethora of reasons why the war was deemed unnecessary and unlawful, people were especially upset over the draft.
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This is not an example of the work written by our professional academic writers. You can view samples of our professional work here. The Hippie Subculture - The Hippie Movement: The Philosophy behind the Counterculture The sixties was a decade of liberation and revolution, a time of great change and exciting exploration for the generations to come.
Feb 22, · In addition to the burning draft card, the poster in the back, "Make Love Not War," embodies the Hippie Movement. Hippies favored " peace, love, and personal liberties," so the Vietnam War was against everything they believed in.