Month: April 2020

Iraq: Pro

Throughout the world, the United States taking action against the now former Iraqi regime has been a heated topic. Should we pull out now because we have no business being there? Not at all, force against the Iraqi regime was the only way to solve the problem. The problem was the Iraqi regime violating human …

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Iraq War

The United States should go to war with Iraq. The United Nation Inspectors have previously failed at attempts to uncover nuclear weapons, and are predetermined to fail. The United States does not need the approval of the United Nations to fight Iraq, and is perfectly capable of fighting Iraq by themselves. A regime change is …

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Ever since marijuana’s introduction to the United States of America in 1611, controversy of the use and legalization of the claimed-to-be Schedule I drug spread around the nation. While few selective states currently allow marijuana’s production and distribution, the remaining states still skepticize the harmlessness and usefulness of this particular drug; therefore, it remains illegal in the majority of the nation. The government officials and citizens of the opposing states believe the drug creates a threat to citizens due to its “overly-harmful” effects mentally and physically and offers no alternate purposes but creating troublesome addicts hazardous to society; however, they are rather misinformed about marijuana’s abilities. While marijuana has a small amount of negligible effects to its users, the herbal drug more importantly has remarkable health benefits, and legalizing one of the oldest and most commonly known drugs would redirect America’s future with the advantages outweighing the disadvantages.

Before Americans can make accusations that marijuana can only be used for the sole purpose of euphoric pleasure, they should first become knowledgeable of cannabis’s original and highly valuable uses that gave the plant its primary popularity. The herbal plant was actually a food source around 6000 BC, and it was used as a fiber …

Ever since marijuana’s introduction to the United States of America in 1611, controversy of the use and legalization of the claimed-to-be Schedule I drug spread around the nation. While few selective states currently allow marijuana’s production and distribution, the remaining states still skepticize the harmlessness and usefulness of this particular drug; therefore, it remains illegal in the majority of the nation. The government officials and citizens of the opposing states believe the drug creates a threat to citizens due to its “overly-harmful” effects mentally and physically and offers no alternate purposes but creating troublesome addicts hazardous to society; however, they are rather misinformed about marijuana’s abilities. While marijuana has a small amount of negligible effects to its users, the herbal drug more importantly has remarkable health benefits, and legalizing one of the oldest and most commonly known drugs would redirect America’s future with the advantages outweighing the disadvantages. Read More »

Drub Abuse

In many cases drugs are first used in a social or casual way. A person might try a drug at a party or social event. Maybe they try the drug amongst a group of friends in order to fit in or maybe just to be accepted. Either way there is no addiction or problem present …

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Iraqi Oil

For more than a century, major powers have tried to control an enormous source of wealth and power in the Middle East. This enormous source is known as oil. Oil is plentiful in the Middle East with the two largest holders, Saudi Arabia and Iraq, managing the oil price time bomb. Iraq has been at …

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