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    planning to bomb the U.S. Capitol and found out the man was linked to the terrorist group. ISIS sent the United States a threat with all of the names of the United States military members the group is after next. With being a group branched off from al-Qaeda, ISIS has more experience than the United States does dealing with war and weaponry. The United States will not be ready for the major attack that comes to home, but once ISIS comes to the country nobody will be expecting it. That day will…

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    eyewitness accounts, lack of physical evidence, and expert opinions and analysis. I feel that Evert’s arguments are valid because he uses lots of credible sources from people like witnesses and engineers and that there is actually no physical proof that al-Qaida was even responsible for the attacks. He begins his explanation by explaining the “eight areas of evidence” (evert 141). These areas are described that he implies, is official and not the suggested outcomes that we believe about…

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    What Is ISIS?

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    October, al-Qaeda announced to a new sub terrorist group that…

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    Arabia doesn’t need America 's troops.2 The country tried to silence him many times but all attempts failed, in 1991 the Saudis banished him. Little did they know that after banishing him Osama would be creating his own secret group, formally know as “al Qaeda.”1 He recruited Muslims he had met while serving in Afghanistan, Their only goal was to create pure terroristic threats and actions around the world, making the world see right from wrong accordance to the Islamic law.3 Within two years…

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    After the ratification of the Eighteenth Amendment in 1820, banning the selling and use of alcohol, bands of criminals across the country rose to satisfy many Americans' need for alcohol and much more. This was the catalyst that ignited a spark of crime that burned in America for decades to come. These criminals hid behind the bustle of everyday life, simply doing their job of organized crime. Whether it be bootlegging, laundering, stealing, or murdering this heterogeneous mix of criminals were…

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    Abuses of the Marcos Regime Martial law is the most ruthless way to extend one’s presidency in a nation. Ferdinand Marcos made the young activists and concerned citizens look like rebels that are trying to ruin our nation. He made it as a reason to impose martial law in our country. But before the imposing of martial law many significant events happened in our country. After he won his election to for presidency in 1965, he planned numerous projects that would definitely boost our economy.…

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    The Temple of Artemis By: Caroline Mickas What is the Story of the Temple of Artemis ? The Temple of Artemis was one of the 7 wonders of the ancient worlds. The Temple of Artemis had a very unfortunate life because it was destroyed at least 3 times, when it was destroyed it was rebuilt bigger and more impressive, and it was rebuilt and destroyed for 1082 years before they stopped rebuilding it. Location of the Temple of Artemis The temple would have built in Turkey today,…

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    magnesium oxide. It would be difficult to measure the heat of the reaction since the reaction is rapid and occurs at a high temperature (LeMay et al, 1996). So, to determine the change in enthalpy we will employ Hess’s Law of heat summation: It states that the value of DH for a reaction is the same whether it occurs directly or as a series of steps (LeMay et al, 1996). We will perform the two following reactions: Mg + 2HCl ® MgCl2 + H2 and MgO + 2HCl ® MgCl2 + H2O, determine their enthalpy…

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    If you were to ask someone what the definition of terrorism is, you’d most likely get answers like bombings and groups of people trying to hurt others, but the more accepted and applicable definition is summarized as: combatants inflicting violence on noncombatants for ideological, political, or monetary gain. My inquiry derived from this definition is terrorism ever justified? The conundrum with this concept of terrorism is that there is so many characteristics to terrorism that must all fit…

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    Who should make the decision that will allow a terminally ill person to die a painless dignified death, or should they have to continue to suffer until nature takes it course? Assisted suicide, the debate weather it’s morally right to assist someone to their death, while on their death bed, or to continue to administrate pain management until it’s their natural time to go. As of 2015, at least 18 states legislatures and District of Columbia are considering whether to allow physician-assisted…

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