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    A current dispute the United States is struggling with is our complicated immigration process. The United States presidential candidates in the 2016 elections offer reforms to repair an increasingly defective immigration system. Although, Donald Trump does offer an immigration policy it will not bring feasible and realistic change in our nation. Donald Trump’s immigration reform includes three main principles; a wall across the southern border, laws passed and enforced in accordance to the…

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    immigrants in the US and it revolves around three main points. These three principles are; to build a wall along the US/Mexico border, to better enforce constitutional law, and lastly to improve conditions such as wages and security for actual American citizens ("Immigration Reform."). Trump outlines that Mexico must pay for a wall to be built along the border and that it would be sufficient restitution for all they have cost the US by purposefully sending criminals into the US in order to avoid…

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    The noir genre was similarly reactionary as its predecessor, romanticism. At the end of the 21st century, the progress and development of the society showed its unlimited abilities and the abandonment of the religious faith. Romanticism and its “eventual child”, gothic genre, was a reaction against the rapidly materializing world and the negation of its former ideals. The beginning of the 20th century faced similar challenges and certain disappointment in the big brave world. The emerging…

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    percentage of the student body. With this in mind I am for the article being published. Articles like Ngai’s are important for the UTA’s student body to read. Because, a large group of the students and faculty can relate to process of becoming an American citizen, as well as the other half are interested in immigration reform with the proximity of the Mexico and Texas border, making this a hot topic issue. Although the language in this article may be too complex for some of our demographic. It…

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    costing $122 while costing $6 at New Zealand. America 's liberal system further complicates the medical system by allowing hospitals and clinics to operate like a free market. (Hixon) The Japanese healthcare system, on the other hand, covers all citizens and is extremely…

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    The ebullient and momentous film Stormy Weather, produced by 20th Century Fox in 1943, is an integrated musical which gives a romanticized view of African American life. The characters are very one dimensional and the plot serves very little importance as film arrays the talent of Black musicians and dancers. The “Golden Age of Hollywood” was an era of glitz and exuberance in film history, where films gave a positive insight of America during the peak of The Great Depression. By 1936 the number…

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    Femenism Vs Utilitarianism

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    The acceptance of evil or theodicy within our modern world, has become questioned more and more as we as citizens of the world and children of God are constantly exposed to the terrors of religious fanatic’s, murderers, and tribes of kidnappers around the globe. The phrase, if God is all powerful, all knowing, and all good, how can that same God allow evil to exist and for bad things to happen to good people? Some authors have even attempted to answer this question directly, there is at…

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    Orson Welles Auteur

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    The debate of whether a director can be called an auteur/have authorship is one with strong arguments on both sides. Orson Welles was an outsider to the studio system and directed only 13 full-length films throughout his career. Due to this, Welles often struggled for creative control over his films from the major studios, and his films were either heavily edited or remained unreleased. He has been praised as a major creative force and as ‘the ultimate auteur’. Welles and his editor, Robert…

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    limited to, internal violence, immigration, and unfit presidential candidates. “Crime is out of control, and rapidly getting worse. Not good!” Donald Trump tweeted last Tuesday. All across America, there are various types of crimes taking place and citizens are beginning…

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    Effects Of Filibuster

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    are voted into office they are sent to make changes and the filibuster does not allow the changes to happen. The filibuster prevents the senators from doing what the voters want and makes people believe that the government does not care about its citizens. All of this occurs because the filibuster does not allow a bill to be voted on and therefore is damaging our democratic society. By eliminating the filibuster the government would be more responsive to voters. This would occur because then the…

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