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    According to Ontario Human Rights Code, Code 13 Announced intention to discriminate noted that “A right under Part I is infringed by a person who publishes or displays before the public or causes the publication or display before the public of any notice, sign, symbol, emblem, or other similar representation that indicates the intention of the person to infringe a right under Part I or that is intended by the person to incite the infringement of a right under Part I.” (Code 13.1) There are a…

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    Karlos and the Russians by:Peter Karlos had very normal life and was happy with it. At least he wasn’t in syria or something like that. Anyway, as always, he was working in his smoke shop, even though he doesn’t smoke. Business was not very good, especially since it was 100F outside. Karlos was the richest person ever, but he had enough money to maintain his smoke shop, his apartment and his food bills. (Not very much). He sometimes had visitors and most likly will probably buy cigarettes as…

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    Do you ever see a rich person and think "How did he get so rich? He's crazy!" Well, that concept is not as weird as you think. There's certainly a relationship between those with personality disorders and finding personal wealth. From lacking a conscience to having unrivaled confidence, in many ways, psychopaths make the perfect millionaire. So let's examine this issue a little more closely and see the inner works of crazy, rich people. PSYCHOPATHS LACK EMPATHY Sadly, many rich people lack…

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    Tax Cut Benefits

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    The FactCheck published an article “Who Benefits From Corporate Tax Cut?” which was written by Robert Farley, a journalist for more than 23 years, was most recently a reporter at the St. Petersburg Times for more than 13 years. The main idea that was touched upon in this article was corporate tax cut and who takes benefits from it. According to the Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin words he says “most economists believe that over 70 percent of corporate taxes are paid for by the workers” and…

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    Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is a novel, which is a cultural opprobrium of Nigeria and America. This novel points out the materialistic desires of Nigeria—how women want to marry rich, and the wealthy are supposed to be automatically respected. As well as the racism, racial hierarchy, and real struggles with American freedom that Ifemelu faces when she comes to the “Land of The Free.” These cultural criticisms support our American exceptionalist views; therefore, considering the other…

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    Ownership has the potential to establish both negative and positive aspects in an individual’s sense of self. A person gages their value through their ownership of skills, objects and accomplishments in an accumulative manner. These comparisons have the ability to cause damage to, as well as build up, someone’s appraisal of themselves. Everyone owns at least a few material objects, but it is what they own in terms of knowledge and abilities that shapes a person’s self worth and hopefully, their…

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    Much like the rest of the United States, one of the many issues that concerns the citizens of New York is the economic issue, particularly that relating to income. The idea of segregation based on class is as old as time itself, and with this comes the marginalization of lower income families in various aspects of day to day society, especially evident in the way the process of gentrification. In more recent years, it isn’t uncommon to see lower-end neighborhoods receive somewhat of a revival,…

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    The authors Lee Rainwater and Timothy M. Smeeding, addressed the problematic of children living in poverty in America. They explained that although to all advances and improvement of the most industrialized nation in the world, “A significant percentage American children are living in families so poor that health and growth are at risk” (Ferguson, 2007, p.739). Policy makers are criticized of not given the necessary and deserved importance to children living in poverty that compared with other…

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    support hobbies and bills for house living and what not. It should be spent with family much more than just luxury items. So the American Dream is possible in some ways more than other ways. It just takes time and effort to get it. You can just expect wealth and love and what not just come crawling to you. It takes time and effort. What some people must think is that it doesnt exist or happens with complete luck to those who don't believe in ever achieving reaching the “American…

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    Most people in our world find a way to have financial gain that helps themselves. Whether it's more money or more assets, that's just the common thing for our time. The more money we have the better outcome in life. Everyone just assumes that money will fix all their problem. Furthermore makes them go a little crazy. Most people will go to any length possible to get what they desire the most if it concerns a lot of money. This is exactly what both the wife of bath and the shipman did. Money is…

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