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    Have you ever thought how cool running for president would be? The only thing you would need to worry about was what political party would you be in. Back in the late 1700s presidential candidates wondered the same things, but instead of Republicans and Democrats there were Federalist and Democratic-Republicans. Both Federalist and Democratic-Republicans had similarities and differences. They both had leaders, beliefs and supporters. One similarity Federalist and Democratic-Republicans both…

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    Thomas Jefferson served as the first Democratic Republican leader of the United States beginning in 1801. His goal, to accomplish the Republican Mission, faced multiple challenges. In rough times, he had to enforce decisions that were against his principles of peace, strict construction, and power given to the government. Jefferson altered his philosophy when he battled Tripoli in 1801, purchased Louisiana without approval from the Congress in 1803, and established the Embargo Act of 1807.…

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    Thomas Jefferson was an American Founding Father and the third President of the United States between 1801 and 1809. He worked in the Continental Congress, as Virginia representative and as wartime Governor of Virginia at the start of American Revolution (1779–1781). He was voted as the U. S Minister to France in May 1785 and later the first U. S Secretary of State in 1790 and served up to 1793 under President George Washington’s rule. Jefferson and Madison opposed Hamilton’s ideology by…

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    should be a set outline for term limits for both the House of Representatives and the Senate. Currently, term limits do not exist among Congress, leading to possible corruption and political scheming, allowing the same state representative to stay in office until he/she resigns or passes away. In the House of Representatives, each Rep serves two year terms and in the Senate, each Senator serves six year terms. Supposedly if a rep serves in the House or Senate…

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    Essay On Marco Rubio

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    He worked for Ileana Ros-Lehtinen a Republican who was the first Hispanic woman elected to the U.S. House of Representatives. After earning a law degree in 1996, Rubio served a term as a member of the West Miami City Commission before being elected to the Florida House of Representatives in a special election in 1999. He served from 2000 to 2008, during which time he was majority leader (2003–06) and speaker (2006–08). Accomplishments Marco…

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    Rubio's Ethos

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    Marco Rubio’s recent actions and statements point to a change in his invented ethos. Rubio is a well-known and respected Senator who represents the state of Florida. In 2015, Rubio launched his campaign to earn the Republican Party nomination for the 2016 Presidential elections. During the race, Rubio resorted to actions best attributed to one of his running mates. It was a characteristic he had never employed before. In addition to the statements, he made Rubio also made a questionable movie…

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    checked by other parts of government. In order to maintain this balance, the House of Representatives, the Executive Branch, the Judicial Branch, and the American people check the Senate’s powers. The House of Representatives is required to vote on any legislation from the Senate. The Executive Branch has veto power on legislation and can call a special session of Congress. The Judiciary holds power over the Senate and House by stopping any unconstitutional legislation. Citizens…

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    In Montana there is one House Representative, two senators, and one governor. Each person has a specific job that they have to do to help the state grow. For example, The House of Representatives focuses on federal laws, Senators represent their state when making new laws, and the Governor has the power to veto bills if it is for the better part of their state. Each state in America has representatives that is responsible to help the state function. Two different part groups are Democratic and…

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    amount of times Congress members vote, they have become accustomed to the particular sides to different public policy issues. No matter how well they think they know a certain issue, they have the Congressional Research Service, a non-partisan in-house staff of experts. These experts provide reports, articles, and statements to help members understand the different arguments surrounding an issue. Some members…

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    Mainstream Media Bias

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    White House, Donald Trump refused to take questions from CNN’s Jim Acosta during a press conference due to the network allegedly reporting false information about Russians having compromising information about his finances and personal life (Soley-Cerro). Moreover, at times it did seem as if the mainstream media covered Trump a lot more negatively than his opponent Hillary Clinton. The amount of negative coverage got the attention of Newt Gingrich, former Speaker of the United States House of…

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