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    The most important thing to me is my family. My husband, Ray, and I have seven kids who are on their way to becoming distinguished adults. They have always been by my side no matter what situation may be. As a united family in a world of turmoil and uncertainty, I believe it is more important than ever to make our families one of the top priorities. I am happy to see all my family together in each others presence during holidays and casual gatherings that manages to bring everyone together under…

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    My Voting Experience

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    My Voting Experience I can remember my voting experiences ever since I registered at the age of 16 in high school. What I mostly remember is when I was a young girl, I would accompany my father to the voting polls. I remember him saying how one of the important things for him to become a United States citizen was for him to vote; to have his vote count. He explained the differences in registering as a Democrat or Republican. Furthermore, he would say, “It is important to vote, because every…

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    Media Bias Essay

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    As the Presidential Election of 2016 approaches, the media has been full of political bias both towards and against the presidential candidates and their parties. Headlines are filled with tag lines that are written in a way to hurt each candidate’s political race instead of informing the public on the candidate and what their party aims to do. On example of this is a news article available online titled “Pence: Team Clinton Uses Shootings to ‘Demean’ Law Enforcement.” This article title is…

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    action? I chose to focus on the phrase “Proles and animals are free.” By lowering proles to the same level as animals, the Party alienates its members from the proles, controlling both groups. The Party members are unable to rebel without the help of proles, according to Winston, and the proles lack the organization and motivation to do so. Additionally, I focused on the Party slogan “Freedom is slavery.” When combined to the previous phrase, there is an apparent irony. Not only is the statement…

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    Malcolm X’s article “A Homemade Education” discusses his journey through prison and how the experience helped him meet his expectations of himself and of the African American community. He explains his life in prison as a time in which he transitioned himself from uneducated to educated by the use of literature and writing. Sandra Cisnero’s “Only Daughter” reviews the expectations that her father had for her life and how this was something that she always wanted to fulfill and his approval was…

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    As an individual voice from the millions of children who were raised on the ideologies of the Nazi Party and the powerful image of Hitler, Alfons Heck shares the story of his experience before and during his time in the Hitler Youth. His novel, A Child of Hitler, gives a child’s account of one of the most momentous events in all of history. World War II broke out in 1939, but the Nazi movement began much earlier, persuading German citizens to fight for their country and to have faith in their…

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    An opposing party with very different views is the Republican Party. Jacob Merritt Howard created the name of the Republican Party during the mid-1850’s. This party emerged due to numerous non-popular groups breaking apart since, during that time, the question of slavery arose. The Republican Party and the Democratic Party have been rivals for many years. When formed, the Republican Party consisted of anti-slavery activists, ex-Free Soilers, and ex-Whigs. Republican’s believe in free enterprise,…

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    Thomas Jefferson no other recourse but to form his own political party to oppose the Federalist Party’s repressive policies.” This historian’s interpretation of Alexander Hamilton and the Federalist Party is biased and not factual. Hamilton was not a political “tyrant.” However, he was a strong-willed and obstinate individual. In addition, the Federalist Party did not have “repressive” policies. Alexander Hamilton and the Federalist Party played a key role in constructing the United States of…

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    In one of President Barack Obama’s speech, addressing to the American people, he announced the death of a man who had affected the people of the United States, Osama bin Laden. He speaks of the 11th day in September of 2001, that has become a significant day in the lives of the American people. The loss of life that many families have suffered from, caused by a one man. He addresses the events that occurred on that day and the effect it had on us as a nation. President Obama addresses the…

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    either social, economic, or political decisions. It has continually changed since it’s founding in America. Politics came as a result of the transgressions committed and the white male sufferage. As more white males won the right to vote and political parties came more organized, the aspect of American politics changed. The early politics of America was very chaotic which in turn bred feelings of discontent with politicians. American politics was in a sense more democratic, however in another…

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