2008 Democratic National Convention

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    The soundtrack to the 2016 Democratic convention is not only to please the ears of those present, but also to excite supporters and potential supporters nationwide through multi-platform distribution, including, but not limited to TV, social media, and the general media. Naturally, the target audience is younger and more liberal than that of the Republican convention. However, even among Democrats, the day should especially appeal to a younger, more liberal audience as the three major speeches will be delivered by Philadelphia mayor Jim Kenney, Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders who represent a position slightly further left than most ‘mainstream’ Democrats today. The ten songs to be played were divided into those for television…

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    My Definition Of A President

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    question to them is how many people have been innocently shot in the woods while hunting? Once there was a hunter who was shot multiple times in his legs while hunting because the other hunter thought that he was a deer, which exemplifies carelessness. In America, the number of lives that were lost in a single year due to gun violence was three times higher than that of the following country listed. “Gun violence causes more deaths of black men aged 15-25 than nine other leading causes…

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    Michelle Obama Biography

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    Michelle Obama was at her husband 's side when he first delivered a speech at the Democratic National Convention back in 2004. Barack Obama was elected to the U.S. Senate from Illinois that fall. I remember that day like it was yesterday she look so beautiful that day and look very confident. Michelle Obama was not only the first African American Family who got live in the White house. But as a first lady that stayed in the white house she kept her self-busy however she also had her own…

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    1st Lady, Michelle Obama gave an eye- opening speech about her “Let’s Move!” campaign against childhood obesity. This took place at the NAACP national convention in Kansas City, Missouri in 2010. The NAACP, otherwise known as the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is an African-American civil rights organization in the United States, formed in 1909. There she spoke about how childhood obesity greatly targets African- American children and how this is now a big problem in…

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    Nakyla Dessalines CENG 311-01 Prof. Clark Obama Speech Michelle Obama Democratic Conventional Speech First lady of the United States, Michelle Obama set the tone for the Democratic Convention with her inspirational speech. There she gave a strong and persuasive speech promoting Hillary Clinton to becoming the next president of the United States. Her emotional speech allowed the public to connect to her. Throughout her speech she uplifted the crowd. Michelle Obama’s speech showed her support, and…

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    Exoneration Of Plagiarism

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    org/plagiarism-101/what-is-plagiarism/). Whenever we talk about plagiarism, the things which comes to mind is student. Students are mainly related with the exoneration of plagiarism. But in common there’s not only student who get accused with the plagiarism, there are various people from various field who got accused with plagiarism. For example there are many authors, singers, businessman and politicians who get charged with plagiarism. Often we have many famous name of politician whose name…

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    appealing to the voter’s sense through ethos and pathos. Personally speaking, I am against political rhetoric because of the lack of honesty that it entails. There are, in fact, many articles on the Huffington Post’s website dedicated specifically to political rhetoric, which contain the overall bashing of a person or group through propaganda. One in particular caught my attentions, it was an article written by Jonathan Haber, elaborating on a recent electoral speech that raised controversy.…

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    With the horse race election drawing to a close, the time to sway voters’ choice wanes. With all the recent muckraking happening in the last weeks, the positive aspects of each candidate remains evasive. Hillary Clinton’s email scandal and reputation as a pathological liar defaces her accomplishments, much like a hero’s past barrs her future. Likewise, Donald Trump’s female predator status and narcissism represents him as unfavorable and beastly. However, Eugene Robinson, a democratic columnist,…

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    is also to show the fallibility and vulnerability of you as an individual and that the influential individuals around you are equally as important and they complete you. Perhaps a sub-theme of the campaigning that may not have had much of the commentator’s attention is the immense influence of Michelle Obama, as the nation’s First Lady. President Obama gone as far as saying, “Let me say this publicly: Michelle, I have never loved you more. I have never been prouder to watch the rest of…

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    Inequality in America: Rhetorical Strategies in Obama 's "President Obama on Inequality" Barack Obama said “I believe the defining challenge of our time: Making sure our economy works for every working American.” (para.6) In his speech he states that “America is supposed to be land of equal outcomes but instead we strive to be a land of equal opportunity” (para.7). We try and prosper to make sure every American gets an equal right to jobs, healthcare and schooling in the United States. We have…

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