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    more accurate to viewers than the show’s guests. The show opens with dramatic music while red and blue graphics swirling the screen. Todd’s voice introduces the main topics and the show’s guests for that morning. This specific episode that aired October 02, 2016 is titled “A Question of Character.” As the music plays Todd begins “Trump’s Terrible Week. A rough debate, three AM tweets, and an obsession with a 1996 Miss Universe.” Audio of Trump remarking on the former beauty queen’s weight plays. Todd hits on the big story “A report that Trump could have avoided paying taxes for eighteen years.” A newspaper graphic appears “The New York Times -Trump’s 1995 tax records claim a $916 million dollar loss.” Todd announces he will speak to Rudy Giuliani and Robbie Mook. As the intro continues there is a lot of use of split screen showing one guest next to another casting shades of blue and red over their faces that indicate their political leanings. Other topics Todd mentions are the Vice Presidential Debate, and Saturday Night Live’s Presidential Debate skit. A short clip plays of the comedy show. Todd begins to introducing his discussion panel with the continuation of the opening music. Amy Walter “Editor of the Cook Political Report.” Mark Halperin “Managing editor of Bloomberg Politics.” Maria Teresa Kumar “President and CEO of Vote Latino.” And lastly Todd includes Rich Lowry “Editor of the National Review.” Out of the four panel guests one is a conservative, yet he makes…

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    Every president needs a cabinet to meet with on a regular basis to report departments concerns and discuss issues of importance. A presidential cabinet is a group of officers of the executive branch of the federal government. And Donald Trump is planning to stock his Cabinet with a group of ex-presidential candidates and businesspeople who are personally loyal to him. Trumps possible cabinet member appointments are looking old, white, and male. Many of which are qualified to fill their roles in…

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    and they sold $3.1 billion of OxyContin in 2010. Predictably, Purdue Pharma received such a mild penalty seemingly due to political connections. As a private defense attorney, they hired Mary Jo White who developed a notable hard-nosed reputation for prosecuting drug crimes as the former U.S. Attorney in Manhattan. In addition, Purdue Pharma hired Rudy Giuliani’s consulting firm, Giuliani Partners, to handle damage control with the DEA. Giuliani reportedly received several million dollars for…

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    “Don't ever, ever quit. Recognize that stopping now, regrouping to try a new approach is not quitting. If you quit you will regret it forever.”(Top 7 Quotes). This quote said by Rudy Ruettiger explains how you should never give up on your dream. Shawn Grim and Rudy Ruettiger both know this too well. Rudy Ruettiger was a kid who had a dream to play football for Notre Dame, At the same time. Grim lives in a small town in the Appalachian Mountains and his dream was to go to college and graduate.…

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    Structuralism Essay The Flowers by Alice Walker uses several structuralist concepts that can help the reader better understand the story. There are three different structuralist terms emphasized while reading the story: sign, code, and symbol. A sign, in a literary sense, is a thing that makes you think of something else without an obvious connection between the sign and object. Codes are a set of ideas, rules, letters, numbers, symbols, etc., that are used to represent another thing. A…

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    Oxycontin Case Analysis

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    gospel and the maker of OxyContin, Purdue Pharma, convinced doctors that it had “reduced addiction risk.” That was a completely false marketing claim as OxyContin is just as addictive as heroin and provides virtually the same effects. However, no one from their company went to prison while Purdue Pharma was only fined $635 million in 2007. Again, those penalties represent a small portion of the proceeds from their crimes as OxyContin accounted for roughly 90% of Purdue Pharma’s profits and they…

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    such as Time, Sports Illustrated, GQ and more. He is a well known A-list celebrity photographer that captures unique photos that make you look twice. His photographs of extremely well known celebrities, business leaders, government leaders, etc are considered evocative and astonishing. [04-Greogry Heisler-Carroll.jpg] Some of Gregory Heisler’s most famous portraits that have been featured on covers of Time, GQ, Esquire, and ESPN are collected in the photographers book titled, “50 Portraits:…

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    field in Pennsylvania, another crashed into the Pentagon. The two remaining planes flew into the World Trade Center buildings in New York City. Cited as the deadliest incident for law enforcement officers, this day struck fear into the hearts of people around the world. On October 1, 20 days after the attacks, New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani addressed the United Nations during a session about terrorism and how the attack impacted not only the city of New York, but also the world. In such a…

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    theory is when some small crime happens, if polices do not solve that crime, next time crime will bigger than now. In addition, Kelling said that, “if police departments addressed small problems, maybe the bigger crimes wouldn't happen” (As cited in Shankar, Nov. 1.2016). However, another idea is according to Harcourt ,who is a Columbia University law professor, he also agree Kelling’s theory (As cited in Shankar, Nov. 1.2016). But, Broken windows theory did not consider reversion to the mean.…

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    - our prejudices. This argument is merely an excuse for actions that people have taken. This placing the blame on others is not only reserved for normal citizens of America - even people in positions of power try to place blame on other people and other groups rather than take it themselves. For example, Rudy Giuliani, the former mayor of New York, called the movement Black Lives Matter “inherently racist” and “anti-American,” asserting that the real risk black people (namely, children) face is…

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