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  • David Rothkopf's View Of How Fear Drives American Politics

    Mitchell explains in his opinion the differences between racial strategies and views from Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump. Lincoln states that some of Sanders shortcomings stem from not addressing racial issues as much as his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton, while maintaining that one of Trump’s major problems is blaming America’s problems on the countries…

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  • Difference Between Hillary Clinton And Obama Care

    The time to elect the next president of the United States of America has arrived. As with each presidential election cycle the candidates from each party make their intended policies available to the general public. This is done to aid the voters in making an informed decision when it comes time to cast a ballot. Potential voters are encouraged to research each candidate’s stance on a given topic, healthcare for example. Knowing where a candidate stands helps the potential voter to vote for the…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Warren's Speech

    like Michelle Obama, Bernie Sanders, and Elizabeth Warren appeared. Elizabeth Warren, Democratic Senator, gave a speech with a hint of worry and urgency regarding the future of this great nation. It was clear in Warren’s speech, she aimed to show Donald Trump’s faults along with painting Hillary Clinton as the ultimate Presidential candidate. Towards the end of her speech, the audience was shown cheering and agreeing with Warren, Hillary Clinton should be the next President of the United States.…

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  • Hillary Clinton Debate

    Debate”, which discusses the ins and outs of the debate. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton went head to head on Monday, September 26th. The author addresses the highlights of the first presidential debate which included taxes, including Donald Trump’s own taxes, the war in Iraq, Trump’s remarks toward women, how to handle police brutality, race relations, and others. The author, Stephen Collinson, starts off by stating that Donald Trump was starting to lead the presidential race, but…

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  • Doggedness And Defiance Analysis

    Doggedness and Defiance: How Trump Won, by Howard Kurtz asserts that, “Trump's defiance enabled him to pull off a ‘miracle’” Hillary Rodham Clinton in the 2016 presidential election. The article summarizes some of the major scandals and events involving Donald J. Trump, during his 2016 presidential campaign. It then draws the conclusion that Trump’s defiance is what enabled him to overcome the odds and be elected president. The article uses evidence which conflicts with how our political system…

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  • Donald Trump's Speaking Style

    I am neither endorsing nor degrading the man in question, I am simply addressing something I believe needs to be addressed: Donald Trump. The range of posts about Donald Trump is incredible, both pro and anti. As I look through my news feed, it appears that well over 50% of the things shown therein relate to the election with a large majority of those talking about Donald Trump. But I 'm not here to address his flaws or his redeemable qualities. I 'm simply here to…

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  • Freedom Of The Press In The United States

    Jordan Clarke- Freedom of the Press is part of the five main freedoms represented in the first amendment of the constitution of the United States. The constitution was ratified in 1791 putting freedom of the Press in full development and has since evolved and impacted current amendments and technology in modern day. We enjoy freedom of press under the First Amendment to the Constitution and it can be characterized as immunity from government control or censorship thus the right to publish…

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  • Essay About Being A President

    wrote many books that became famous around the world for their entrepreneurial guidance. Some of those included ‘Think big: Make it happen in Business and Life,’ ‘Trump 101: The Way to Success,’ and ‘Trump Surviving at the Top.’ (“The Life Story of Donald Trump And How He Clinched The…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Essay On Nasty Women

    Lexie Brauer Core 101: Dr. Wolbrink Assignment no. 1 September 8, 2017 America: Land of the Men and Home of the Oppressed The phrase “nasty woman” turned into a mass captivation during the 2016 presidential election. For a term that is not in the dictionary, it is used among a variety of peoples’ daily vocabulary. Despite the widespread use, there is no one way it can be defined. The connotation has become exceedingly controversial among both republican and democratic parties. While the phrase…

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  • Reflection On Writing

    IRE My writing career has consisted of write a subpar essay, turn it in, pass the class, repeat. Honestly, I dreaded taking this course, so I pushed it off to my sophomore year. However, my preconceived ideas about my lack of writing abilities were proved untrue. Not until this year, did I actually care about the topics I was writing about. It’s nice to have the opportunity to enjoy the writing process. For both papers, I had to work on organization of my paragraphs; for paper two, I focused on…

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