Ronald Goldman

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  • Endless War Analysis

    Torreon (Torreon, CRS 01/27/15, summary section). Regardless of whether the conflict is stand alone or part of a prolonged engagement and/or war period, a majority of these conflicts where American troops are involved do not have an associated authorization use of military force associated with them. To highlight this fact Mr. Timothy McGrath states that the United States is currently involved in 134 different operations in his 8 December 2014 article on US Foreign policy (McGrath, Global Post…

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  • Persuasive Essay: The Legalization Of Marijuana

    Just say no,” was a popular slogan when I was growing up. Throughout the 1980’s President Ronald Reagan and his wife Nancy created a powerful anti-drug campaign that used images like an egg representing a brain, and an egg frying for a brain on drugs. As a kid I couldn’t watch Saturday morning cartoons without being bombarded with anti-drug advertisements. Today kids get a different kind of message, not all drugs are bad regardless of the law. They are getting this message through the…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of President Richard Nixon's First Inaugural Speech

    While reading President Richard Nixon’s first inaugural speech, I could visualize all men working together towards a common goal of peace. Nixon voiced his desire for the American people just as the presidents did before him, we want peace and equality for all mankind; black and whites working together, to create a habitat of freedom throughout the world, peace at home and equality for all men black and white alike, working together dominating none. At the age of nine years old we moved from…

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  • The War On Drugs Analysis

    Going back, the first laws pertaining to the illegalization of drugs started on a state and local level rather than federal. Anti-drug laws have been established in the United States with the earliest one dating back to an ordinance passed by San Francisco in 1875 against the use of opium dens (Fisher, 2014). Over the past 40 years, The War on Drugs is a phrase commonly associated with the United States government effort to eradicate the use and distribution of drugs by means of legislation and…

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  • Ronald Wilson Reagan's Influence On Food And Family

    CHILDHOOD AND FAMILY Ronald Wilson Reagan was born on February 6, 1911 in Tampico, Illinois. He was the son of Jack and Nelle Reagan and the younger brother of Neil Reagan. During Ronald’s childhood, his father drank often, and their income soon became unsteady. On the other hand, Jack was adamantly against racism and religious intolerance. He was also a supporter of the Democratic party. Meanwhile, Nelle attempted to involve both of her sons in her church’s activities such as religious…

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  • The Conscience Of A Liberal By Paul Krugman

    Conscience of a Liberal A government directly interfering with the economy of its nation is contrary to the ideals of basic capitalism. When the New Deal was introduced by Franklin Delano Roosevelt in response to the Great Depression, it was viewed with skepticism due to its perceived anti-capitalistic policies and seemingly communist-esque ideas, which struck fear in the eyes of Americans. However, Roosevelt proved that government involvement in the economy is not only stable, but also is a…

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  • People Vs Advertisements Essay

    People Vs. Advertisements Many people will go to the store and look for items to buy that have been seen on T.V all around the world, but What do these advertisements really mean? How do advertisements create an image for men, women or even children? What does it represent? Knowing it reflects the fears that have proven the insecurities of being constantly told in advertisements, how men and women should be and occasionally being scammed into buying these products that also may not even work…

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  • What Makes George Bush A Good Leader

    one-term president in American History.” Could this be because of his dedication to the nation? Or was Bush not 100% dedicated to completing his actions? George H.W. Bush was dedicated to making America “a kinder and gentler nation.” However, following Ronald Reagan, Bush promised all the same things Reagan did. Bush had a lot to live up to. Not saying Bush was not a dedicated President, however, he was stuck in between a large budget deficit and he had to limit revenue to help fund…

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  • Null Hypothesis Essay

    Exercise 7 (set 1) 1. What are three versions of the null hypothesis? The three versions of the null hypothesis are: (1) “the observed difference was created by sampling error”, (2) “there is no true difference between the two groups” and (3) “the true difference between the two groups is zero.” (Barker, 56-57) 2. Is the null hypothesis typically stated in social scientific research? Why/why not? The null hypothesis is not usually stated in social scientific research. Researchers rarely state…

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  • New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration Analysis

    As of 2016, there are 7.4 billion people on the planet. Of that 7.4 billion, the United States accounts for roughly 321 million people. Would it surprise you, that although the U.S is home to less than 5% of the world’s population, we have 25% of the world’s overall incarcerated population? Our country has the highest incarceration rate in the world. Michelle Alexander writes in her book, The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness, that the impact of the drug war has been…

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