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    Every person possesses opinions or beliefs which shape and mold his or her political ideology. In today’s American society, political ideologies have split into a rift unlike any other in 21st Century America. While most Americans still identify as politically moderate, the divide between the far left and center and the far right and center continue to expand. The groups at each end of the spectrum have developed into radical factions, much to the dismay of the Americans in the middle of the spectrum. In the past few decades alone, a group based on the ideas of white nationalism has emerged on the far right side of the political spectrum: the alt-right. Cory Collins, author of the article “What Is the ‘Alt-Right’?”, states an alternative represents…

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    The political spectrum is a system used to help classify different political positions upon one or more geometric axes that symbolize independent political dimensions. Like most people I have to decide on which spot in the political spectrum I fall in. I would say that I fall in the liberal/moderate part in the political spectrum because in some situations I am willing to change and open to other people’s opinion to abandon traditional values, but in other situations I would prefer to be in the…

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    My Political Philosophy

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    The political language of "left" or "right" is something that is distant to me as I consider myself not that well-versed in the political realm. However, because of my nature I often agree or disagree with some policies based on my personal thoughts. One of the greatest philosopher, Aristotle, famously points out that human beings are "political animals", meaning we are social creature with reasoning. In a sense by our nature, we as individual participate in a manner in which a society is form.…

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    there are different political opinions…

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    Research across the political spectrum and from various educational organizations reveals the widespread angst, with political deadlocks, proclaimed counter actions, wild accusations, and untruths about CCSS goals. There is significant evidence to support this claim found in various articles and examples of what an actual standard is. This connects to the argument that the debate and standards have been oppressed by many through the media, with the core elements being encapsulated with other…

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    IV. Articulate your thesis with specific reference to the foundational information provided above as a critical context a. Thesis – compare and contrast, Common Core State Standards has been scourgedoppressed by, political methods including rhetoric to oppress the general public understanding of the subject. The public have struggled to understand what CCSS really is. Is CCSS a standard or a program? If you talk about a program then you are not talking about the standard. Thereby the debate is…

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    multiple arguments from all sides, with one main theme from each side. For those on the left-wing side of this discussion, they believe that guns should not be attainable by anyone but police or military, and therefore should be otherwise illegal for the public. They say that as long as guns are still on the shelves, that criminals can still access them with ease. For those who follow the right side (not as in correct, as in the political spectrum), they believe that criminals will be able to…

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    different in many ways to represent society as it was. But this draft was massively affected by the Global Financial Crisis and Generation’s Y search for the meaning of life. David instantly adjusted the script to match these events which are viewed as being still relevant. Once I had read the play, I knew it was something that I could relate to through personal experience with my son and also the effects of the global financial crisis on my family. My family was greatly affected by the crisis…

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    The potentially severe repercussions of widespread automation have led individuals from all parts of the political spectrum to offer up a potential solution: the universal basic income (UBI). This welfare program in its simplest form would see all citizens of any given country receive an intermittent, unconditional payment from the government. One publication in support of the basic income is “Arguing for Basic Income” by Philippe Van Parijs. However, the UBI is not without controversy. Oren…

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    American Media Bias

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    As said by Al Franken the award winning American comedian “The biases the media has are much bigger than conservative or liberal. They 're about getting ratings, about making money, about doing stories that are easy to cover.” A strong media bias can be proven in the United States through, viewer distribution and viewers trust in different media sources, journalist ideologies, and issues focused on by the media. Biased meaning that the media reports on certain stories and events that favor their…

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