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  • Department Of Homeland Security Essay

    Just a few days after the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 in New York City and in Washington D.C., Pennsylvania State Governor Tom Ridge was appointed to be the first director of the Office of Homeland Security. This office overlooked and regulated a nationally seen strategy to keep our country safe against domestic and international terrorism attacks. The Department of Homeland Security was put in place to ensure that we are safe no matter time of the day or the year. President…

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  • The Enlightenment Research Paper

    The Enlightenment shined a ray of hope on the dark ages and provided the foundation and ideals that modern-day society is built upon. A recent political event analogues to the Enlightenment was the election Barack Obama and the hope he gave in 2008. The Enlightenment and the Presidency of Barack Obama have allowed mankind to progress and improve but are mischaracterized as failures for not reaching their potential. This period promised to put an end to society’s ills through logical thought. In…

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  • The Worst Hard Time Analysis

    tyranny within their country. The only logical explanation for these ideals is they believed that domestic strength came through long lasting bonds and numbers. It is quite interesting to see how the American Dream of security differentiates within the parties of The Worst Hard Time and Homeward Bound. On one side, Americans give their trust and support to the banks and their crops. It is these outside sources that they believe will be the answer to their dream of security and bring them wealth.…

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  • Government Shutdown

    of the majority to be the speaker, despite that being the tradition. The way this would run smoothly would be if the chosen person was someone who was respected by both parties. The reason being, though the Speaker does not usually vote or participate in debates, if they had to their decision wouldn’t be based solely on their party loyalty. If he was an active participant in politics rather than just a commentator, I believe that David Brooks would be perfect for the job. His title is a…

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  • Intervention In Rwanda

    bout intervention in Rwanda, the Clinton administration certainly had Somalia on its mind. It had inherited the Somali civil war crisis from the Bush administration, which, as described, had chosen to intervene in large part due to public opinion. A key aspect of the AE framework is that leaders tend to use the availability heuristic to choose the analogy on which they’ll base their next decision. Broadened to the American public, the AE framework would posit that the people also had Somalia on…

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  • The Two Party System

    dominated by a Two Party system. This Two Party system has changed significantly since their creation. The U.S. has had six party eras, the first era was predominantly the federalist vs anti-federalist debate about whether the states or federal government should hold more power. The Democratic party started to gain traction in the second party era. While the Republican party gained its traction in the Third Party era with Abraham Lincoln. Geographically speaking, in the Third Party era,…

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  • Reflection Of 'Reaction To The Video Without Sanctuary'

    Without Sanctuary Reflection My first reaction to the narration wasn’t as shocking as I thought. It was horrifying to see the pictures and to also hear a detailed description with research behind it. History always has a way of telling a story and bringing up great discussion, especially when comes close to heart. Growing up, I’ve heard plenty of stories; but I have never actually encountered anything demeaning to my social perspective, self- esteem, or character. Throughout this paper I would…

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  • The Critical Race Theory

    The Forty-fourth the United States presidential election was and will always be an election to remember. African American Senator Democrat Barack Obama was elected the 44th president of the United States on November 4, 2008; after defeating Republican candidate John McCain. Since that day he has impacted the Critical Race Theory in numerous ways. In a country, where minorities were only represented for ten percent of the senate and house of representative, President Obama election was more than…

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  • Hillary Clinton Biography

    William Jennings Bryan once said, “Never be afraid to stand with the minority when the minority is right, for the minority which is right will soon be the majority.” So often being Americans, we catch ourselves pulling for the underdog or cheering with the minority in hopes to see the majority fall in embarrassment. Historically speaking an independent woman was frowned upon and in some cases, they still are and a black African American was not even considered to be politically capable of…

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  • President William H. Taft: Twenty-Seventh President

    President William H. Taft was the twenty-seventh president of the United States of America. His presidential term lasted from March 4, 1909 to March 4, 1913. Following President Taft, President Woodrow Wilson was the twenty-eighth president. His office term began on March 4, 1913 and lasted until March 4, 1921. His Vice President was Thomas R. Marshall and he stood by President Wilson’s side all eight years. President Wilson was born on December 28, 1856 in Staunton City, Virginia. He attended…

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