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    Government positions are notoriously the most hyper criticized and over analyzed occupations in the world, because everything anyone does is under a microscope, vulnerable to the opinions of absolutely everyone. Though opinions differ, one cannot argue the facts and statistics that prove a clear and obvious point. Barack Obama has had an extremely successful administration thus far, and the numbers prove it. The Obama administration has been the subject of profound amounts of criticism during his two terms, despite being a wholly empathetic and generous President. The administration prevented a second depression through the stimulus and bailout of the automotive industry, and it has done its best to keep peace with other countries in both…

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    20th, 2017 having passed, The United States stands at point capable of reflecting upon the entirety of the Obama presidency. The Obama presidency is easily a controversial one due to the significant developments in both domestic and foreign policy over the last eight years. Being handed a country on the brink of economic depression, while also entangled in multiple military and foreign relation quagmires, Obama was tasked with a problem many would have balked to handle. Nonetheless, while there…

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    Pros And Cons Of Iran

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    that it had successfully enriched uranium for the first time, and Permanent 5 members of the Security Council, alongside Germany, sought to build a positive incentivization framework to convince Iran to halt its efforts. With this followed by UN Security Council Resolutions 1696 and 1727, significant sanctions were imposed on Iran, and brought about the freezing of the assets freed by JCPOA as well as significant sanctions pertaining to arms sales and exports to Iran. Thus, much of the early…

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    Barack Obama Personality

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    About Barack Hussein Obama: Barack Hussein Obama is the actual 44th president of the United States. His life started in Honolulu Hawaii in August four 1961. Being the son of a black father and a white mother, Barack Obama faced his own social challenges and privileges, which helped shape his actual personality. According to writing by his sibling Cornell West, Barack Obama grew up as a mixed raced person with a white context. This means that white people mostly surrounded him early in…

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    Barack Obama is the current democratic president of the United States today. He was elected the 44th president on November 4, 2008 and won a second term on November 6, 2012. Barack Obama is not only the first African American president, he is also the first president to be born outside of the continental United States (Barack Obama: Life Before the Presidency). He has accomplished a lot throughout his lifetime and still strives to do so at the current age of fifty-four. Barack Obama’s tenure in…

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    Presidency: George Washington vs. Barack Obama George Washington and Barack Obama are two presidents that have impacted the United States. George Washington was the first president and Barack Obama is the current president, the forty-fourth. George Washington, the first president of the United States, did not have a political party. Washington was an independent candidate. Before George Washington was president, he was the Commander in Chief of the Continental Army. Washington was the…

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    prayer, tears, and pure and utter joy for our future. Barack Hussein Obama came into the oval office with a vision for change to redesign our country. President Obama is someone that many people look to as a symbol of hope and integrity; he is a hero. Honestly, Barack Obama’s whole presidency was a movement for more freedoms, justice and and better life for all. Barack Obama took this country by the handles, fought and pushed it forward. In his farewell speech, President Obama talks about…

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    Obama Rhetorical Analysis

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    Obama Synthesis In the three gathered articles by authors Bill Chappell, Peter Baker, and Michael Shear, Barack Obama have made decisions as president that would affect the United States from now until the end of time. The main subcategories that his presidency have been divided into is war, education, and work. Examples of his choices that had an impact included abandoning ranking systems for colleges and universities, continuing the war over in Iraq, and demanding federal contractors to…

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    CHAPTER ONE Barack Obama – My Observations As Barack Obama’s Presidency nears an end, it has become increasingly important for me to make my own assessments of his job performance and accomplishments. My desire is to address some of the issues and stumbling blocks that have been placed in his way from the beginning and throughout his Presidency. I must say that what I’ve observed from the outset of his Presidency is President Obama’s ability to carefully orchestrate the way he desired to be…

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    Research Paper On Osama

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    remembered and celebrated for years. Barack Obama…

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