Fred Ottman

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  • The Importance Of Becoming President

    Becoming president comes with great responsibilities that some may not know of. Once a person becomes president they are taking on a huge weight of our country and we trust in this person to make it as great as can be. The duties of a president are hard at times; he/she has veto power, the appointment power, the power to convene congress, the power to make treaties, the power to preside over the military, and the pardoning power. With the president being in control of the veto power he/she can…

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  • Analysis: The First Presidential Debate

    First of all, if this paper was not assigned, I would still have watched the debate. Fortunately, this assignment added a little incentive to watching. For the last eight years, I have watched almost every debate, both the Primary and Presidential ones. However, for many Americans, this first Presidential Debate would be the first time they would watch and listen to these two candidates discuss the various current issues facing our country and their future plans to help solve or best mitigate…

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  • Donald Trump Plan Analysis

    Question 1.) “What is the main purpose or key question of the article?” “The Trump Plan” is an article written by the editors at the National Review. The article evaluates Donald Trump’s views on immigration. While the writers are relaying his views to the reader in a seemingly civil way, they do take subtle shots at Donald Trump. Someone who they referred to within the text as “The Donald” (THE EDITORS 2015, p. 14). The Purpose of this article is to inform the reader of the infamous…

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  • Amelia Earheart Research Paper

    Amerlia Mary Earheart is best known for being the first female aviator to fly solo across the Alantic Ocean. Amelia was born on July 24, 1897 in a small town in Atchison, kansas. Even as a child she still had a thirst for adventures and a growing love for the outdoors. With much stength, amelia got through her troubling childhood and faced all her challenges with perserverance and with that she beamane one of the most impostsnt female aviators in history. Although amelia had orginally studied…

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  • How Did Amelia Earhart Start

    Amelia Earhart Whoosh! There she goes! Amelia Earhart, she was an American aviation, pioneer, author, and all around inspiration. Amelia was the first female to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. Amelia broke many records, and received many awards. But how did Amelia get her start? The first time Amelia saw a plane, she was not impressed. " It was a thing of rusty wire and wood and looked not all that interesting. " Amelia explained. Amelia Earhart was born on July 24, 1897. She…

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  • Brief Summary: The Most Dangerous Game

    Rainsford woke up that morning from the best night’s sleep he has ever had. He wakes up like it is a normal morning in New York, he changes into new clothes and makes himself some breakfast. After Rainsford had a wonderful homemade breakfast he decided to do some exploring of the house. Upstairs in General Zaroff’s room he found a huge safe filled with guns and ammo. These guns were illegal to own in the United States and Rainsford was wondering where he could possibly get such rare infantry. He…

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  • Research Paper On Amelia Earhart

    Amelia Earhart and her navigator, Fred Noonan. Her first flight, in 1920 was the start of something huge. She began flying many places, like across the Atlantic to Britain, and from Hawaii to the US Mainland. These flights were the many things that made her famous. Not so long after, she had bigger plans, something much more complicated than a flight as easy as Hawaii to the US Mainland. (Rossi). July 2nd, 1937 she took off from Lae, New Guinea with her navigator, Fred Noonan. This was a…

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  • Lydia Litvyak Essay

    Contextual and Biographical Background In a typical military organization, fighter pilots are considered among the most challenging, stressful, and specialized positions to see combat. These aerial soldiers have uses as varied as any other military branch, often being used for things like soldier/cargo transport, air support, or direct air-to-air combat. Starting in World War I, single-seater fighter planes became more effective, and henceforth a large contributor to air victories. This trend…

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  • The Acts Of Violence In Henry David Thoreau's Civil Disobedience

    At one point or another in anyone’s childhood, they have been reprimanded for some violent action and lectured on how violence is never the answer. Despite all the violence and aggression present in today’s society, this ideology still rings true. It has been proven time and time again that a nonviolent act can gain just as much attention and success as an act of violence. One well known instance of this was Henry David Thoreau 's stance against the Mexican-American War which inspired his essay…

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  • Donald Trump: The Mark Of The Beast In The World

    He also causes all to receive the Mark of the Beast on their bodies which will control all buying and selling (system). This mark is directly linked to the name and number of the Antichrist. The last clause in Daniel 11:38 says, “he will honor him with gold, silver, costly stones and treasures.” Not only will this god be strong, not only will it be something new, the creators of such a monstrosity will spare no expense in making it attractive. What did Donald Trump start his campaign on?…

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