Religious discrimination is valuing or treating a person or group differently because of what they do or do not believe or because of their feelings towards a given religion. For instance, the indigenous Christian population of the Balkansknown as the "rayah" or the "protected flock", was discriminated against under the Ottoman Kanun—i—Rayah. The word is sometimes translated as 'cattle' rather than 'flock' or 'subjects' in order to emphasize the Christian population's inferior status to that of the Muslim rayah. Local rulers and church officials closed many professions to religious Jews, pushing them into marginal roles considered socially inferior, such as tax and rent collecting and moneylendingoccupations only tolerated as a "necessary evil".
The fact that we have divided government ex. The President in turn will veto legislation presented to him by Congress.
The whole situation is a vicious, never ending circle. Each side is looking out for their own best interests, and after years, even decades of this the United States has a huge budget deficit. Is there a solution to all this madness?
Is it feasible to balance the Federal Budget? Every politician on Capitol Hill claims to have the answer. The Federal Government goes as far to employ some of the most renowned economist's in the world to try to solve the deficit mess, and they still haven't figured it out.
The budget simulation exercise by The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget provided choices Congress has to use as its guide for the upcoming year.
How hard can it be to balance the budget I thought? An Exercise in Hard Choices," could not have been more appropriate. It is possible though to balance the Federal Budget, provided you follow 3 simple rules.
First you must decide what you feel is important, then cut without consciousness, and if that doesn't work, alter your baseline. Important Choices When deciding on what I thought was important to protect in the budget, I felt like a politician myself. I protected my own self interests.
First up was Defense. The fact that I am in the Marine Officer Program weighed heavily on my decision to increase Defense spending by Next up is Education. Without the direct student loan program, I would have no way to fund my education other than going to some bank and going through the demeaning process of begging a loan officer to lend me money for school.
I feel a sense of loyalty to the President on this issue, because without this program I would still be doing concrete construction back home in Indiana. As a result, I voted to increase Educational spending My other concern or problem area is Administration of Justice.
Crime is way out of control in this country. There has to be an end. I voted to increase spending You might be thinking, wow this fool just increased the deficit by It is time to cut the waste.
First, International Affairs requires attention. Does the United States really need to fund every country's struggle? Next on the list, General Science, Space and Technology. I vote to discontinue the Space Station Program. As the report says, scientists have lost interest so why keep funding it.
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Brent Staples is the writer and narrator of Black Men and Public Space, an essay in which he tells the reader examples of his own experiences that occurred because of stereotype-based fear coming from mainly Caucasians towards him, Discrimination: High School and Brent Staples.