The Judicial branch has to do with the court systems. In particular, the Supreme Court. Being a part of the Supreme Court is a privilege. The judges are no elected. They are chosen by the presidents throughout the years of the United States. Once the president has selected a candidate(s), they are then approved and do not have a term limit on the amount of years they serve. The citizens of the United States have no say on who is chosen, unlike the president, who they elect. This is why the president or the executive branch should determine the larger say for the residents of the United States. There are many important and life changing situations that are overwhelming the United States society due to controversy of different laws in each state, such as, abortion, death penalty, and same sex marriage.
Abortion is a big part of the American society. The rates of abortion starting rising in 2008, once more younger adults were finding out about unexpected pregnancies, due to their own choices in life. In the case Roe vs. Wade in 1973, the Supreme Court ruled that women rights to have an abortion falls under their fundamental rights. Even though once the baby is conceived it is only a fetus, people still believe in the baby as being a human being since it develops into one after time. This is a controversial issue because people also believe the baby in the stomach has their own fundamental rights as well. Another issue is whether or not while preforming an abortion if the baby can feel pain. Studies show that at points the babies do feel pain. Not only is it painful for the baby but also the mother. Others who are against abortion argue that they should take responsibility for their own actions. There are many forms of birth control in today’s society that can help prevent unwanted pregnancies. Unplanned pregnancies are also one of the reasons why they created foster homes. Abortion is an everyday choice for women around the world, which is why the president should make the decision on whether or not it should illegal or legal and under what circumstances it can be aloud.
The death penalty, also called capital punishment is a legal process where a person is put to death by the state as a punishment for a terribly committed crime. Not every state considers the death penalty. There are thirty-three states that the death penalty is legal and 17 were it is illegal. These states consist of; Alaska, Hawaii, Iowa, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota, Rhode Island, Vermont, West Virginia, Wisconsin, New York, New Jersey, New Mexico, Illinois, Connecticut, and the District of Columbia. Most people believe that if there is going to be a death penalty then to have it in all 50 states because if not then it is not fair to the people put on the death penalty. For example, if you are a serial killer in New Hampshire and get caught you can sentenced to the death penalty but if you are a serial killer in Massachusetts, just minutes away from New Hampshire, and you are caught, you can go to prison without or even with the chance of parole, but will not be sentenced to the death penalty. This is the reason to why it is important to have the same laws in every state. Some one’s life is in your hands and you choose to let them die while in another state someone who committed the same crime gets to live. The president of the United States, or the executive