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    When Thomas was asked if he believed that he was a victim of sabotage and that Hill had falsified the allegations of sexual harassment he said, “some interest groups came up with this story, and this story was developed specifically to destroy me” (Smolowe). Hill’s accusations were seen as a “flight of fantasy” by many like Orrin Hatch which then labeled her as “delusional and a candidate for medical attention” (Smolowe). However, Hill just wanted justice for what she went through and never wanted for her accusations to be leaked to the public, as the one that was sexually assaulted it must be hard to deal with the press after all that…

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    2016 brought a whole new look to the golf. With the luxury of a lexus and the performance of and audi the mk7 races to become the best hatchback of all time. The mk7 has a price of just $26,415 but, nothing is cheap when it comes to this hot hatch. It comes equipped with the traditional GTI plaid cloth seats and its shiny, spotless, new luxurious interior. That’s not all this hot hatch comes with, it comes with a 210 hp 2.0L engine and if that 's not enough performance for you, then you can step…

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    Summary: The Ford Focus RS

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    The Ford Focus RS is at the apex of small car performance, an all-wheel drive model powered by a high-performance 2.3-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine. Its horsepower and torque numbers are unmatched; the RS’ industry-first drift mode serves as the exclamation point for this dominant five-door hatchback. The 2016 Ford Focus RS seats five, but is ideal for two. All models are powered by a turbocharged four-cylinder engine paired with a six-speed gearbox. The RS represents the top trim in…

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    amendment can be ratified by there being three-fourths of votes from state legislatures or three-fourths of votes at special conventions. According to Henschen and Sidlow, meeting the requirements for ratification and proposal depends on a large amount of popular support throughout the country (2012). Proposed amendments have sparked many controversies throughout the United States. Some people also believe that members of congress use the amendment process to introduce their position on an issue…

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    Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin G. Hatch (R-Utah) put it this way, “I am fundamentally opposed to policies that allow parents to abdicate their responsibilities, which, in turn, results in more families having to go on welfare....[the plan] would undermine a key feature of welfare reform, which is that single mothers can avoid welfare if fathers comply with child-support orders.” The administration notes that half of the 2.2 million people in prison are fathers and 20 percent of them…

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    claim. The article, “How can congress enforce federal hate crime legislation?; For more than a century , the federal government has played a leading role in the prosecution and punishment of civil rights violations D.C, States Need to Work Together”, was written by Senators Orrin Hatch and Edward Kennedy and published in Roll Call, in an effort to pursue an argument urging state legislatures to do more concerning the issue of hate crimes and for national and local governments to conform under…

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    In paragraph 9, it reports, “Said Hatch, “I can’t even remember the last time I had to use it.”” This is a prime example of irony in this article as Hatch clearly used past tense in this sentence. It also shows that it is necessary to keep past tense in the curriculum as you can’t really talk about anything from the past. What you ate last night, what you did 3 seconds ago, you can’t really talk about any of that without using the past tense. In paragraph 3, it deems, ““With our current budget,…

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    While the media keeps on focusing its cameras on the aesthetic nature of the primaries, Puerto Rico’s worsening economic situation is still continuing without getting the attention of many. The national debt has gone up to 72 billion dollars and the approximate debt for each citizen is around 20.700 dollars. The current congress, also known as the 114th Congress, is trying to take steps in bringing a stop to this crisis or at least improve the current situation. There are about 65 bills and 2…

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    the majority vote, while 12 Republicans sided with 107 Democrats to oppose the amendment. After this point a two-thirds majority vote in the full Senate would be needed to pass the amendment. If it were to be passed by the Senate then 38 of the 50 states would have to ratify it within seven years to add it to the Constitution. On December 12th, 1995 the Senate voted 63-36 in favor of adding the amendment to the Constitution falling three short of the needed two-thirds vote need to send the…

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    The DREAM Act was introduced on August 1st, 2001 by Senators Dick Durbin (Democrat from Illinois) and Orrin Hatch (Republican from Utah). The DREAM act or Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors act is a bill that would “Amend the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 to repeal the denial of an unlawful alien's eligibility for higher education benefits based on State residence unless a U.S. national is similarly eligible without regard to such State…

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