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  • Increments Of Drug Money
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    The days of getting cash from the bank are long gone. We, as individuals, are now able to enjoy the convenience of using automatic teller machines (ATM), debit, and credit cards. These cards can be used to make payments, purchase goods over the internet, and even pay for gas at the gas station. As you can see, using these cards is just like using cash. Instead of giving paper to the teller, you give a plastic card that would deduct the cost of your purchase from the funds you have in the specifi...
  • Trade Deficit Needs Money
    558 words
    Nuclear weapons, is one of today's most talked about issue. The United States alone has enough missiles to destroy Earth a few times over. Americans, then should not waste their money on taxes for building more weapons! There are other issues America must be concerned with. Why not stop the building of weapons and use the money for other needed causes Today, over forty percent of America's national budget is used for our already large nuclear arsenal, but less than one percent is allocated for t...
  • Drug Companies And The U.S. Government
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    Interest Groups and Politics As we approach the 2004 presidential election everyone is getting in line to throw their money into the Proverbial feeding trough that all politicians take from. Campaigns are made and broke depending on how much money they have to spend. Fundraising is one way for politicians to receive contributions from your typical everyday blue collar citizen, but where do the four and five figure contributions come from? They come from interest groups and lobbyists. These are t...
  • Heinz And The Chemist This Essay
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    Heinz and the Chemist This essay will prove why Heinz had the right to take the drug from the chemist to save his wife's life. There are many points that are morally right and humanly right. Not only does Heinz save a life but also teaches the chemist that he can not put a price on life. When Heinz went to the chemist to ask for the drug, Heinz said that he has sold all of his possessions and only has his wife left. He offered to work off the rest of the payment for the drug or do anything the c...
  • Unstable Drugs
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    The word drug is defined as any substance other than food that can affect the way your mind and body work. There are hundreds of different drugs, each with its particular effect on the bodys nervous system. For instance, narcotics are a series of drugs that affect the mind, causing mental changes. The United States Government will not allow new drugs to be prescribed by a doctor or sold by a pharmacist until the drug has been thoroughly tested and proven to be medically safe. These tests take as...
  • Prohibition Of Recreational Drugs
    800 words
    America is wasting it's money and resources. It's trying restrict something on which restrictions don't have any effects: drugs. People who don't use recreational drugs don't do so because of the health risks; people who do use drugs would whether or not they are legal. The fact that they are illegal makes little difference. Nevertheless, $15,000,000,000 goes directly into drug prohibition every year, and has very little effect. Very much money is spent to pay police narcotics officers, fund the...
  • Boarders Without Being Check For Illegal Drugs
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    Drug Smuggling Drug smuggling is on a current up raise and there seems to be no way of stunting it growth. But here a some ways some states are trying to slow the rate of drug smuggling. In Illinois there is a program called Operation Cash Crop or the OCC. This is a combine of the ISP and the DEA. It's goal is to locate places where marijuana is grown then destroy all of it's gardens. During the span of 1983-88 these OCC led to 442 arrest and destroyed over 2 million marijuana plants. And in 198...
  • Result In A Catastrophe For The Teens
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    In his essay, "Teenagers in Dreamland", Samuelson suggests that these days teenagers have too much freedom and too few responsibilities. I personally agree with Samuelson's suggestion because we all know that no one is forced to go to school. It is up to the person whether he / she wants to go to school. Having the freedom to choose not attending school and starting work, at an early age, can lead teenagers to two different pathways in life. One of which is known to be the positive path for succ...

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