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  • Hillary Clinton Pros And Cons

    The United States needs an outstanding president who will be willing to put their best effort to make the greatest for our Country. The best candidate would be Hillary Clinton, she has proven that she’s the candidate who can take on tough fights and get things done. But that’s not the only reason she should be our next president. Clinton will make a positive change in economy, taxes and immigration. Hillary Clinton has a position as a candidate and knows where she stands with all her promises to…

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  • Persuasive Essay On The Art Of War

    private email server and her husband’s infidelity. On the flip side, the Clinton camp also sought to exploit Trump’s penchant for speaking in a crass manner, citing the numerous occasions in which he said bombastic, incendiary and offensive remarks. The most direct application of The Art of War’s advice as it relates to using the enemy against oneself, comes from Clinton’s numerous advertisement which are comprised entirely of Donald Trump saying and behaving in a manner that may would find…

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  • Kasich Defiant By Ted Cruz Analysis

    We begin with Gabriel Trip’s, "Kasich Defiant as G.O.P. Presses Him to Quit Race to Thwart Trump." This article tells us of Republicans hopes for Kasich to drop out of the race and back Sen. Ted Cruz. It is believed by Republicans that Sen. Cruz has a better chance at beating Donald Trump in the presidential race than Kasich does. However, Kasich has refused to pull himself from the race stating “[…] he, not the Texas senator, was the best option to stop Mr. Trump.” (Paragraph 2) This argument…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Reagan Conservatism

    President Bush entered office in 2001 tasked with continuing the articulation of Reagan conservatism, an effort begun by his father before him. An orthodox innovator, George W. Bush was tasked with perpetuating the principles of Reagan under different and extraordinary circumstances (Montagne, 2005). Conceived in the wake of arguably the biggest tragedy in American history, Bush wielded expanded executive power and thus possessed and an exceptional opportunity to increase the relevancy of the…

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  • NSA Surveillance Pros And Cons

    The events of September 11th, 2001 changed the duties and beliefs of the national government forever. After the largest breach on national security of the 21st century, the national government responded strongly and swiftly. Under President Bush, the Patriot Act was easily passed through both houses of Congress, and has since then been reauthorized multiple other times (NSA Surveillance). The powers and responsibilities of the National Security Agency were also drastically altered to fit the…

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  • Minority Women In American Society

    The first and second women 's movement created the society we have today. The American society is a more conducive environment for women to run for office. Women were not able to break the highest glass ceiling because of women. Kellyanne Elizabeth Conway and Phyllis Schlafly are notorious for maintaining the status quo. Kellan Conway is a villain because she ruined the closest chance in American history to elect a female president. At the start of Hillary Clinton 's election, most people felt…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Obama's Hypocrisy

    President Obama’s Hypocrisy President Barack Hussein Obama is the forty fourth president of the United States elected in 2008 and he is the first president, under the constitution, of African descent. He worked his way up from the Illinois State Senate to the US Senate and was officially sworn in as president on January 20, 2009. Given his background in politics, logically, people assumed that he was a responsible, trustworthy candidate for president; however, his actions prove otherwise. His…

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  • Government Performance Evaluation System

    Background: Previous Program Evaluation Paths The Clinton Administration acknowledged that agencies and departments were inefficient and lacked oversight of outcomes. The administration consequently passed the Government Performance and Results Act of 1993 (GRPA 93), giving government officials a tool to begin to properly manage outcome assessment of programs. The Act called for all federal agencies to develop five-year strategic plans with long-term goals. The agencies had to submit annual…

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  • Donna Hawley

    life-long aversion to religion caused Mrs. Jones to grow into a moderate liberal. Although she disagrees with overtly large federal government, her views on social issues and government assistance are much more liberal. Like people on both sides of the party spectrum, she does feel unimpressed with the government and believes it is “inept,” Mrs. Jones believes the candidates of the 2016 election are “deplorable.” She would like to see “more accountability of representatives to their…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Barack Obama's Inaugural Address

    In the decision for the forty-fourth president, Barack Obama became the first African-American president. This revolutionary occasion incited various responses from America, including doubt but also trust. Throughout his Inaugural Address, he expected to reassure America about the past and inspire them for what 's to come. To keep his nation from questioning him, Obama appealed to pathos and ethos through allusion and comparison to make a convincing speech. Winning the election was a big…

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