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In India, the traditional religion is Hinduism, it is also one of the worlds’ oldest and most organized religions it has an approximately seven hundred and fifty followers today and has been around for over five thousand years. Hinduism, like many indigenous; believe in many deities, each deity has a different meaning, they represent the different aspect of the paths of life. Like the deities in Odinism; the gods and goddesses at in their symbolic forms. Hinduism is a polytheistic religion; there are many god within their beliefs. It believes that God exists in the soul of all humans, plants, trees, and animals. Mullatti, L. (1995).

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I agree with this statement, because in all reality it does not matter. In week four of American National Government, we learned about a system called Electoral College. This system is a body of electors chosen in each state to elect the President and Vice President of the United States. During elections the citizens of our nation are voting to persuade the electors of this system who to vote for.

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Prior to the invasion of the Americas by European mercenaries, “[n]ative peoples of North America had their own culture, economic systems, societal structures, laws, and methods of enforcing good behavior.”1 In all respects, they were sovereign entities and although today we collectively term every one of them Indians or Native Americans, these native peoples had distinct tribes, with each representing its own nation and having its own culture and set of laws.

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The representative who represents my district and who I will be writing this paper on is Eliot L. Engel. He is a native of Bronx, NY and currently resides there. The committee assignments that he serves on are energy and commerce and foreign affairs. Mr. Engel represents the 17th district of NY state. This district consists of Bronx, Westchester, and Rockland counties. When beginning this assignment we were told to make an important list of characteristics describing our district and then to go to the House of Representatives website and look at the jurisdictional duties of each standing house committee. We were then to see which committee we thought our representative might have served on based on the list.

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When we look at the two phrases “a belief in equal rights has often led to the belief in equality of opportunity” and “American society does not emphasize equal results or rewards” we have to consider Thomas Jefferson’s statement in the Declaration of Independence. He said “all men are created equal.” This didn’t mean he thought everybody was alike or there were no difference among the human race.

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Before the Europeans ever set foot on North America the native people had their own way of living, their own laws, and economic system. They were separated by distinctive tribes, with each one representing their own beliefs. Then the Europeans arrived and that all quickly changed. The Native Americans quickly became a minority group. The following sections will explore a brief history of the treatment of Native Americans by Europeans and discuss how this treatment impacted the Native Americans.

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Most people wake up in the mornings and usually do their regular routines and move on throughout the day not considering what involvement the federal bureaucracy has in their daily tasks. After doing a daily journal of my daily routines and researching which bureaucracy was involved with what activity I was doing, I came to find out that the government is much more involved with people’s day to day tasks. I have chosen five regular tasks from my daily life that the federal bureaucracy regulates. Those five tasks are listening to the radio station, eating food, working with household chemicals, smoking cigarettes, and watching TV.

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I don’t know if this would have any relation but a few weeks back I saw on msn.com that they were considering passing a law where parents could check their children’s text messages on their cell phones. Well when reading The Bill of Rights I thought about amendment IV Searches and Seizures. I am thinking if this were to go to court this argument would fall under this amendment and possibly several others. I just wonder if it applies to minors. I think it would be discriminating against them to say “Hey they don’t need privacy, they’re just kids.” I found this amendment very important for a person’s privacy.

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In the third paragraph of chapter 1 we find the definition of criminal law. The definition tells us that criminal laws are rules and regulations that stipulate punishments for acts performed in public that are wrong and offend the community. Criminal laws are also considered penal laws which are located in penal codes of certain communities. Criminal law distinguishes what acts are criminal and describes these acts as crimes. If we did not have laws there would be no order, there would be Caousse.

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