Just curious but do you think airlines should charge a fixed price for people who do not exceed a specific body weight? And assuming that Passenger X is heavier than the fixed price standard, should she be charged extra simply because she is overweight? What do you think? Do you think promoting practices like these are legally and ethically wrong?
Do you think that having a central government within a country is crucial to the stability of that country within all sectors? Or do you think the centralization of power should be placed with State governments rather than federal governments? Many have argued that the constitution is flawed because it takes away too much power from states and gives this power to the federal government. Do you agree?
Do you think that the Sandy Hook Massacre was caused by violent video games? Many experts were blaming video games on this massacre due to the fact that there were many found in the room of the assailant. What do you think?
For years, legislation has defined the act of assisted suicide as a crime in violation of state statutes. What is your opinion on this matter? Assisted suicide is defined as aiding a person to commit suicide for which constitutes the crime of manslaughter in various degrees.
Welfare programs have often been accused of harming the economy more than benefitting it. Proponents of these programs have argued that it provides a stepping stones for families to become socially independent. Opponenents have argued that these programs encourage 'laziness" of many beneficients and at the same time, also promotes unemployment and complete reliance on the government for support. Opponments have also argued the low level of accountability within the welfare system has resulted in many abusing the system including employees themselves. What is your opinion on this matter? Should we abolish these programs?
Do you think that abortion should be funded by the government? Do you think the spending justifies the goal of the government to regulate the size of the population? Should funding be the responsibility of the individual or the government?
Abortion has often been defined as the taking of a human life by another which according to opponents should be a crime. Proponents argue that the government has no right to make the decisions for someone because such decision is protected by the constitution when it involves privacy. More importantly, when is a person a person as it relates to human conception and abortion?
Do you believe the Obama Administration has manipulated the information surrounding the Benghazi attacks? Do you believe Hilary's Clinton statement "what difference does it make" when questioned about the deaths was offensive? Did the government exercied due care or were they at fault?
Given the current progression and changes associated with the progression and advancement of our society, do you think that gay marriage will ever be approved by the U.S Congress at the federal level? What is your opinion on this topic? Do you think that it should ever be approved?
There is stilll a ongoing controversy over 9/11 and the circumstances surrounding 9/11. Do you think that the government had anything to do with 9/11 or do you think it was a terrorist attack resulting from foreign dispute? Please state your reasons.
The 2nd ammendment of the United States Constitution guarantees the right to bear arms. Do you think that because of this right, all citizens should be allowed to bear arms? Or do you think that this right should pertain more to war than to civilian right given the fact that this ammendment has to do more with the militia? Please state your opinion.
Do you think that our constitution is too old? If it is too old, do you think it should be edited and some of the principles within the constitution should be taken out of the constitution? What are your views pertaining to ths topic?
Hey guys, i am presently conducting a study in the form of case studies and surveys in an effort to prove a theory based on homosexuality. My theory is based on the fact that we as human beings may tend to disagree with the topic and nature of homosexuality not because we truly disbelieve in it but because we are born in a society where rules tend to dominate our lives. Therefore, instead of us giving our honest opinion, we are forced to arrive at a conclusion that satisfies the rules in question. A perfect example would be someone, who when asked about their opinion regarding the topic of homosexuality, points to a religious text by stating that "the bible says." Hence, this may lead one to question the fact regarding whether it was the respondent's honest opinion or was he/she forced to that opinion.
The second half of my study also relates to exploring why people attracted to the same sex are who they are. This part does not only seeks to explain the "what" but tries to explore the "why" in an effort to shed some light and educate people about the topic. The results of these two studies will be combined to shed some light on the same topic.
You may add your opinion but please people, lets keep it intellectual. Keep out the childishness, hatred or bias and keep it fair. Anyone interested in fulling up a questionaire or if you have an opinion that you would like to be as part of the study, you may contact me at [email protected] or [email protected]
Do you think that our statutory rape laws are too vague and sometimes unfair given the fact that some age groups even though they are under 17 are fully mentally capable of understanding consent? Do you think that there should be a age limit between the victim and the offender even though the offender may be 19 and assuming the victim is 16? What would be your perspective on this topic?
Tim, a minor who is aged 13 was being sexual assaulted by an adult male. Tim's mom called in authorities who investigated the incident and arrested the perpretator. The victim (Tim) later attempted to commit suicide but the attempt failed resulting in him being diagnosed by doctors as being "brain dead." Without the testimony of the victim who never made it to trial for cross questioning, the case could be thrown out for insufficient evidence. The prosecutor was informed by another criminal that the pepretator had videos of him engaging in sexual intercourse with these children and then sending them out to his victims. In order for a search warrant to be issued, there had to be probable cause but in this case the information was recieved from a criminal who was convicted of fraud so the motion was dismissed by the Judge. The prosecutor however lied to the mother and told her there was a search warrant to execute a search when in fact there was no search warrant and then threatened to arrest the mother when she tried to interrupt the search. Evidence was obtained that was crucial to this case ( the evidence is the sex videos of the accused and his victim). The defense went into motion for evidence to be suppressed by the Court since it is a violation of the accused bill of rights which is the 4th ammendment. Can the court ruled this evidence inadmissible and throw it out? Note that the criminal who informed the prosecutor of such evidence did not know of any other children being sexually assaulted but he was himself sexually assaulted by the perpretator as a child. Now he is 35 years old. What do you think?
Do you think that using animals to carry out drug testing and other forms of experimentation is inhumane considering that when a factor is discovered to affect animals it can also affect humans as well? Do you think that we should abolish this form of experimentation?
Lets say that past the period for use of the morning after pill, do you think that abortion alternatives should be made available to teenagers? Do you think that parental consent should be required also?
In some countries suicide is seen as a crime and people who attempt suicide and survived are prosecuted as criminals. However, in some countries, suicide is viewed as a sickness that needs to be treated. In some countriess suicide is seen as a freedom of choice. Which do you support and why do you support? Should the government have the authority to prohibit a person from committing suicide?