Bernie Sanders

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  • Bernie Sanders A Social Conservative

    I believe that in today's climate the Republicans are anything but conservative and Democrats are conservative, that Bernie Sanders is a conservative because he proposes less spending, smarter spending, with less tax dollars being spent on all the wrong things and this is why I’m voting for him. Bernie is conservative on healthcare. Currently this country spends more on healthcare than any other country in the world without even guaranteeing it. This is a result of tax dollars competing to…

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  • Bernie Sanders Argument Essay

    clearer that there is a serious economic issue affecting lower income people. Bernie Sanders is a current US Senator who is among one of the top candidates for the 2016 presidency. Throughout his political career, Bernie Sanders has focused on the growing gap between the rich and poor in the United States of America, which is known to be one of the most developed countries in the world.…

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  • Bernie Sanders Argumentative Essay

    ''Never mistake activity for achievement'', said John Wooden. But in this case, Bernie Sanders will prove that wrong. Sanders was born on September 8, 1941 in Brooklyn, New York to Jewish parents. He attended James Madison High School, Brooklyn College, and University of Chicago where he graduated in 1964 with a Bachelor’s of Arts in political science. During his college years Sanders was also active in the Civil Rights Movement and was part of the Young People’s Socialist League and the Student…

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  • Summary Of The Gospel Of Bernie Sanders

    political views. The article “The Gospel of Bernie”, has brought the attention to many people the political views of Bernie Sanders. This article shows Sanders unique approach and ideas to help America and the citizens of the nation. In my opinion, Sanders has good ideas but they are to incommon with communism and are not practical for America. For example, a free education and health care is great but how he plans to pay for it is the problem. Sanders states that as a country the rich will be…

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  • Bernie Sanders Influence On Politics

    comes to mind? For me, I think corrupt: mostly because of all the media scandals that most of them are involved in. It’s fact that the majority of politicians do not have the best reputation when it comes to honesty or loyalty. Bernie Sanders is the minority in this case. Sanders is now known as the longest serving independent in U.S. congressional history. Being such a successful Mayor of Burlington, Vermont, led him to become an even better representative for Vermont’s at-large congressional…

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  • Bernie Sanders Argument Analysis

    Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has a unique campaign that focuses on bettering the life of the average American. As his slogan suggests, Sanders is interested in leading a movement that will positively mold the future of the country. With over thirty years of experience in both the Senate and the House of Representatives, he is extremely qualified to hold such an important office. Bernie Sanders should be the next president of the United States, because he is the candidate who is most…

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  • Bernie Sanders Argumentative Analysis

    issues in the United States, the democratic candidates do as well and they are completely the opposite of what the republicans have proposed. Bernie Sanders, a democratic candidate suggests that education should not be deprived to anyone and therefore announces that he wants two years of state colleges to be tuition free. Stated in an article, “Sanders would provide $18 billion to state governments to allow them to cut tuition at state colleges by 55 percent. And he would allow anyone paying…

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  • Bernie Sanders Wealth Inequality

    I will first talk about the Bernie Sanders in regards to his thoughts on what should be done to help students after college. The College for all Act” will provide free tuition for any public and any university in America.” This would mean that any student regardless of his or her background…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Bernie Sanders

    year all comes down to the people choosing their best candidate for president of the United States. For me, I feel like Bernie Sanders is not the candidate I would support along the way. There are several expiations of why I cannot support Sanders and why he did…

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  • Bernie Sanders In The Civil Rights Movement

    so practical has taken America by storm and given many Democrats hope for the future. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders’ recent success in the 2016 Presidential race represents a surge of anti-establishment, leftist Progressivism in our country and offers a realistic alternative to Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton. (THESIS) strong way to start! You have my attention here! Bernie Sanders has a strong background in Civil Rights Activism throughout his life and career. At age 23 he joined…

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