December 13, 2014
Liqueur Before Beer In the Clear, Driving After Either You Don't Wanna Be Near.
When turning sixteen one can only dream of being able to get behind the wheel and driving anywhere. You dream of taking your friends shopping, or taking your girlfriend to the movies, not of being afraid to turn the corner. Sadly the thought of facing the road’s monsters is a subconscious nightmare in the minds of every driver, young and old. At any moment they can attack, they can come out of nowhere, on the darkest roads, on the sunniest days. They can be any shape, size or color. However there is one aspect of them that easily distinguishes them from any other normal driver. They are careless, and drunk.
Drunk driving is something that no one can prepare for, the only way to prevent drunk driving is simple not to drive drunk. Unfortunately that golden rule has yet to reach everyone. This tragic habit can bring multiple problems legally to the DUI driver, if any damage is done. Fines are quite large for those caught driving under the influence, and jail time is probable. Police departments are cracking down on drunk driving and enforcing its consequences. If you are found participating in this dishonorable action, you make want to rethink the consequences and the innocent lives that you put in danger because with the new actions of police you will be caught.
Computer Screens Make Bad Shields
From articles, books, and even lifetime movies, the efforts to stop cyber bullying is a never ending battle. Children, teens, and even adults don't seem to understand the consequences of bullying. Other than the self-image issues and depression that they throw upon their peers, the penalties can now also included charges such as criminal harassment or, in more severe cases that may involve suicides, murder. Many still believe that bullying and harassing over the internet is in some way protecting them and is less harmful, sadly for them that is not the case. The things said on social networks and the internet can now easily be traced back to who said it, giving the law an upper hand in these situations. Although most cyber bullying cases are still mainly handled at the school level in a more civil manner, the law there to get involved if need be. Laws against cyber bullying vary though depending on where you are in the country, but one thing is for sure, at no time soon will it become easier to get away with this criminal act.
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They do the worst, but do they deserve the worst? The argument has been never ending, should death penalty be illegal or should America continue flushing out the guilty from our system? Most of Americans still favor the death penalty, but according to a recent poll by Gallup they number of those opposing is nearing 40%. “If you murder someone intentionally then yes, you should be put to death. Anyone in charge of gangs as well should be put to death, even if they are sending other people to commit the murders.” Is what, high school student, Jeremy Webb has to say about this subject. Jeremy goes on to say, "The only downfall to killing those in death row is that it leaves kids fatherless or motherless," So the argument stands, is it right to take away an innocent child's mother or father? But, is it right to let them continue to live after what they have done?