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    being completely ethical. While doing research on Lou Dobbs, a former conservative worker of CNN, and Rachel Maddow, a current liberal host for MSNBC, I found out that these two people are willing to speak their opinions on every issue. In an article from The Nation, Lou Dobbs is referred to as a hypocrite and unethical man. Many people state that he is a hypocrite because he bashes on illegal immigrants by making fun of their race, and having angry rants about them on air. This violates the Golden Rule: do not do to others what you would not want done to you.…

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    The way that Lou kept on encouraging people to take the right measures as he says is bringing on a chance to have people take “justice” into their own hands. Lou did not think about what might actually happen or what people might actually do. All he thought about was the hate he has for “these people” and how much they are ruining this country. The more he showed to encourage the people who listened to the radio show the more people would actually listen and believe they had a right to do as Lou…

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    and the threat immigrants play on natives cannot be blamed on them, but it’s in fact, because of the faulty American education system. Schoen, does an extremely good job with not only being non-biased, but also presenting his arguments in a way which definitely generates interest while also being informative. "CNN America Votes 2006 Special: Broken Borders." Interview by Lou Dobbs. LOU DOBBS TONIGHT. CNN. San Antonio, Texas, 29 Oct. 2006. In this interview presented by CNN, Lou Dobbs questions…

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    There are many people that have inspired my life but there is only one that has had the greatest impact on my life. That person is the one and the only, the legend, the "Iron Horse" Lou Gehrig. Lou Gehrig has done many inspirational things in his life like living with Lou Gehrig 's disease, which is also known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or ALS. He was diagnosed with this rare disease on his thirty-sixth birthday in the year 1939. This disease is a progressive neurological disorder. The…

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    Dr. Hitzig Case Study

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    goes to show that controlled drugs are being handed out like tic-tacs. Drugs that normally have to be prescribed by doctors after an examination are now being distributed through a quick online chat, or email. Doctor Hitzig didn’t stop at supposedly helping patients with the common illnesses. but thought he would up his expertise a bit. He also felt like he needed to help the world. Dr. Hitzig said “he has treated more than 8,000 patients in the past six years.” These 8,000 people trusted that…

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    The Ice Bucket Problem

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    Human beings starts to lose control of his or her muscles and eventually end not speaking, eating or even breathing. By donating money you’re saving a life to end living a couple of years more. The Bucket Challenge started last year during July-August 2014 became a successful campaign. After a week the Ice Bucket Challenge went on viral they were still people dumping ice buckets on their heads, and the ALS Association still continues collecting money. The organization received $5.5 million for…

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    During 1938 baseball season, a great and prominent baseball player named Lou Gehrig noticed his performance on and off the field was not what it was supposed to be. He found himself stumbling over curbs and when running bases, he was more tired than usual, and he was fumbling the ball. On June 19, 1939, he was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) on his thirty-sixth birthday. In the same year, Lou Gehrig retired from baseball, still considering himself to be the luckiest man alive…

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    Imagine not being able to lift a fork to eat daily breakfast, or wipe one’s face with a napkin because the muscles in the body that once functioned naturally are now degenerating, and ironically the only muscle that is left unfailing is the brain. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) also commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease is the illness that changes lives drastically each and everyday. ALS is a progressive neurological disease that is constantly targeting athletes around the world; thus…

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    are making more progress than ever before, however, is the publicity actually being used to exhibit a positive message, or is it simply being used to create one time fads? Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani activist, once said, “What is interesting is the power and the impact of social media... So we must try to use social media in a good way.” Campaigns, like the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, have attempted “to use social media in a good way”, but sometimes, their efforts are deficient in spreading…

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    Cte Crisis In Sports

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    CTE Crisis Today, people begin to question sports regulations due to a massive discovery of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis being found in the majority of athletes. As a whole, people are not seeing the true effects of athletes are struggling through. When one football game is over, fans continue into the next week and expect the same CTE-ridden athletes to endanger their life. However, this has been a national crisis we all have been blinded to for years.…

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