This article is about the debate of abortion and if it should be outright banned or not. The article includes statistics on abortion restrictions and the laws that have been put into place to preserve the baby after so many weeks. Many obligatory questions that have been presented within this controversial issue are: When should it be illegal to have an abortion? Do you think abortion should be permitted in the U.S.? Are there to be any exceptions made?
This article is about the decision on whether or not to continue using the death penalty in America. There are statistics on the Government in California and how 737 inmates escaped death row because of the recent suspension of the death penalty. There are a small amount of pros facing a large amount of cons when talking about the death penalty. There are also many questions that need to be asked before even pursuing this capital punishment; Isn't all life sacred no matter what? What makes it legal for the state to take a life of an inmate?
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This article is about what tourists are warned about when travelling to the U.S.
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This article discusses whether homework is beneficial or detrimental to students. Through discussing the stress given by assignments vs. the repetition provided with homework that is a refresher over the topics covered in class, they debate whether or not homework should be given.
This article discusses the issue involving the influence of violent media/video games on youth. It has research that suggests that violent media does have an effect but also recognizes that inherently violent people choose these types of games and media because they are violent to begin with. This article also states ways to combat this behavior such as limiting the screen time of this type of media but does not state any radical solutions such as banning this type of media altogether therefore it is fairly unbiased and addresses both views on the issue.
This article discusses the issue of the minimum wage in the US. Much of the United States is split on the debate. The article states that some believe raising the minimum wage would help reduce poverty. The article also states that others believe that, while poverty would be reduced, unemployment would increase.
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This article proposes the benefits and harmful affects of the minimum wage increasing. The article suggests that the pros of wage increase would help race, gender, and age economic equality. Cons include companies cutting jobs in America in search for other opportunities overseas that cost them less too maintain.
This article discusses if college student athlete should, or shouldn't get paid.The article gives examples for both sides of the problem, if they should get paid from the NCAA or is college tuition their pay, since they'll get scholarships.
This article evaluates both the pros and cons of standardized testing. Many people are against standardized tests because they can have so much affect on students and how they succeed through their school years and some say they are an unreliable way to measure students. Others say that standardized tests are an efficient way to successfully measure a students performance.
This article discusses the pros and cons of school starting later. The article states that school starting later would be helpful with a better amount of sleep, teens would be less likely to depend on caffeine, and many other pros. Although, it does also give you the cons which include later dismissal times, teens would stay up later, etc.
This article is about Trump and his idea of softening nature laws to improve the economy. He wants to make some safe areas a place to build more species which endangers some species.
The first "species" is meant to say "buildings."
This article is about the pros and cons about the death penalty. It includes several pros and cons for different categories such as morality, constitutionally, deterrence, and more.
This article discusses the pros and cons of schools having uniforms. The article states that having uniforms increases the student focus and breaks down barriers for students. It also states that uniforms can be expensive for parents and they could be sexist.
This article describes the state that Hong Kong is in, the fighting, protesting and the police brutality. It is in high tensions and they are fighting to keep their rights. I wrote a essay about it, sorry.
this link is about the barstool leader getting into it with the AOC.
This article goes on about climate change/global warming and gives both viewpoints on it and whether it is human inflicted or a naturally occurring thing. It gives old data and explains how it has changed up until this point.
I promise you never knew this much about grapes. This article is exceptionally inspiring, a good read.
In my article Eric Missio talks about the benefits of having a good camping trip outdoors with your kids. The article talks about right away all the things that kids do on camping trips that are better then sitting at home because of the great life lessons that kids learn while camping like disconnecting with devices and being able to explore in a way that they might not be able to at their home.
Planes crash all the time. When two planes go down from the same airline company in a small amount of time then that raises an eye. Boeing 737 went down carrying passengers and two pilots after being in the air for just 12 minutes. Do you think that it was the pilots fault? actually its the companies fault. They didn't want to retrain their pilots to the new additives of the 737 so the pilots really didn't know how fly although they were told it was the same cockpit and controls.
This article is asking if steroid takers should be accepted in sports. It argues for both sides and is a great argument.
This article talks about new born children and the vaccinations they receive. Including what the affects are, the rates of the vaccinations and the fears of the parents for their children.
This article questions if wealthy people get out of trouble easier when they break the law or if they treat everyone equally in criminal justice. People that have money have set off debates on this and everyone has different thoughts.
This article informs us that Illinois schools are not required to teach LGBT history in classes, a law that goes in affect next year, before they finish eighth grade. The Dem. State Sen. says that is will not only teach accurate history, but will also teach inclusivity and acceptance. This article also tells us that Illinois is the fourth state to do so.