• Military question?

    I was watching "We Were Soldiers," with Mel Gibson which is based on a true story and I noticed in the film that Hal Moore played Gibson who was a colonel go into a war zone with a star on his helmet and fighting the enemy wearing the helmet while the soldiers under his command didn't have a star on their helmet. If a commanding... show more
    I was watching "We Were Soldiers," with Mel Gibson which is based on a true story and I noticed in the film that Hal Moore played Gibson who was a colonel go into a war zone with a star on his helmet and fighting the enemy wearing the helmet while the soldiers under his command didn't have a star on their helmet. If a commanding officer went into the battlefield with a star on his helmet wouldn't that make him stand out among his men and put him in danger?
    2 answers · Military · 1 month ago
  • How do you do parallel parking?

    5 answers · Polls & Surveys · 1 month ago
  • Job search quest?

    I work as an office assistant at a hospital in Idaho and I desperately want to find a similar job in another state. Is it possible to get a job like the job in another state. Is it possible to get a job similar to the one I have in another state without a college degree?
    I work as an office assistant at a hospital in Idaho and I desperately want to find a similar job in another state. Is it possible to get a job like the job in another state. Is it possible to get a job similar to the one I have in another state without a college degree?
    3 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 1 month ago
  • Ethics question?

    Suppose your friend is a strong believer in individual liberties and negative rights, and she often complains about the government’s establishment of positive rights. It sounds like she may be a(n ): A. socialist. B. communist. C. egalitarian. D. libertarian.
    Suppose your friend is a strong believer in individual liberties and negative rights, and she often complains about the government’s establishment of positive rights. It sounds like she may be a(n ): A. socialist. B. communist. C. egalitarian. D. libertarian.
    3 answers · Homework Help · 2 months ago
  • Ethics question?

    Imagine that Congress is debating a bill that would increase the amount of taxpayer money the United States spends on fighting hunger and poverty in developing countries. You oppose the bill because you are a staunch: A. welfare liberal. B. socialist. C. egalitarian. D. libertarian.
    Imagine that Congress is debating a bill that would increase the amount of taxpayer money the United States spends on fighting hunger and poverty in developing countries. You oppose the bill because you are a staunch: A. welfare liberal. B. socialist. C. egalitarian. D. libertarian.
    2 answers · Homework Help · 2 months ago
  • Ethics question?

    The moral issue of whether we have a duty to help the poor and hungry of the world is compelling mainly because the: A. news media constantly remind us of the plight of poor people. B. world’s poor are now slightly better off than they used to be, which is a reminder of their plight. C. misery of the world’s poor is an exaggeration that the rich are... show more
    The moral issue of whether we have a duty to help the poor and hungry of the world is compelling mainly because the: A. news media constantly remind us of the plight of poor people. B. world’s poor are now slightly better off than they used to be, which is a reminder of their plight. C. misery of the world’s poor is an exaggeration that the rich are often confronted with. D. misery of the world’s poor is profound and the economic gap between rich and poor is wide.
    4 answers · Homework Help · 2 months ago
  • Why did the Soviets invade Afghanistan?

    14 answers · History · 2 months ago
  • Ethics question?

    A key premise in the argument for active euthanasia is that the right of self-determination includes the right of competent persons to decide the manner of their dying. This premise is: A. incoherent. B. clearly false. C. accepted by virtually all parties to the euthanasia debate. D. Controversial
    A key premise in the argument for active euthanasia is that the right of self-determination includes the right of competent persons to decide the manner of their dying. This premise is: A. incoherent. B. clearly false. C. accepted by virtually all parties to the euthanasia debate. D. Controversial
    1 answer · Homework Help · 2 months ago
  • Ethics question?

    The principle of autonomy (the right of self-determination) can be used to argue for: A. a ban on active euthanasia. B. end-of-life self-determination in the form of active euthanasia. C. restrictions on autonomy for dying patients. D. the Roman Catholic view of active euthanasia and suicide.
    The principle of autonomy (the right of self-determination) can be used to argue for: A. a ban on active euthanasia. B. end-of-life self-determination in the form of active euthanasia. C. restrictions on autonomy for dying patients. D. the Roman Catholic view of active euthanasia and suicide.
    2 answers · Homework Help · 2 months ago
  • Ethics question?

    To what principle or right does this argument appeal? We all have a right to personal liberty, but reproductive cloning would severely constrain our freedom to act according to our own lights. A clone would grow up watching her genetic duplicate, believing that the life she wants to live has already been lived by her twin. So she thinks she has no... show more
    To what principle or right does this argument appeal? We all have a right to personal liberty, but reproductive cloning would severely constrain our freedom to act according to our own lights. A clone would grow up watching her genetic duplicate, believing that the life she wants to live has already been lived by her twin. So she thinks she has no open future, and her sense of personal freedom is destroyed. A. the right to ignorance B. the right to privacy C. the principle of beneficence D. the greatest happiness principle
    5 answers · Homework Help · 2 months ago
  • Ethics question?

    Almost everyone agrees that: A. genetic enhancement is a good thing. B. no genetic intervention should be used on humans. C. if genetic techniques are inherently dangerous, they should not be used on humans. D. therapeutic cloning should be us
    Almost everyone agrees that: A. genetic enhancement is a good thing. B. no genetic intervention should be used on humans. C. if genetic techniques are inherently dangerous, they should not be used on humans. D. therapeutic cloning should be us
    3 answers · Homework Help · 2 months ago
  • Ethics question?

    Probably the strongest argument for using gene therapy and genetic enhancement appeals to the principle of: A. justice. B. double effect. C. beneficence. D. autonomy.
    Probably the strongest argument for using gene therapy and genetic enhancement appeals to the principle of: A. justice. B. double effect. C. beneficence. D. autonomy.
    4 answers · Homework Help · 2 months ago
  • Ethics question?

    Human reproductive cloning is: A. safe and feasible. B. the same as therapeutic cloning. C. controversial. D. the same as DNA cloning.
    Human reproductive cloning is: A. safe and feasible. B. the same as therapeutic cloning. C. controversial. D. the same as DNA cloning.
    3 answers · Philosophy · 2 months ago
  • Ethics question?

    Many of those opposed to genetic engineering argue that: A. we have no duty to use genetic engineering to give someone super-human abilities. B. we may have a duty to use genetic engineering in the future, but not now. C. altering the human genome is permissible only in rare cases. D. we have a duty to keep genetic engineering from poor and needy... show more
    Many of those opposed to genetic engineering argue that: A. we have no duty to use genetic engineering to give someone super-human abilities. B. we may have a duty to use genetic engineering in the future, but not now. C. altering the human genome is permissible only in rare cases. D. we have a duty to keep genetic engineering from poor and needy people.
    5 answers · Philosophy · 2 months ago
  • Ethics question?

    A key argument for using gene therapy is based on: A. God’s plan for the human race. B. the notion of not tampering with nature. C. the right of self-determination. D. respect for the life of embryos.
    A key argument for using gene therapy is based on: A. God’s plan for the human race. B. the notion of not tampering with nature. C. the right of self-determination. D. respect for the life of embryos.
    4 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 months ago