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    Term Limits In Office

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    The average length time congressmen are in office is between nine and ten years. While this may be fine, at least two members of the House and Senate have spent more than fifty years in office. This lack of political turnover is some Presidents, including Donald Trump, campaigned to create turn limits. While sounding appealing, no President would ever turn on their party by creating term limits. Along with the line item veto, the Supreme Court ruled that congressional terms limits were unconstitutional. In order to establish terms limits, the States would have to amend the constitution. Why then create term limits? Term limits are need in order to rejuvenate potential bills and political ideology of congress. Term limits would result in the…

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    A rustic oak desk sat in the middle of a dimly lit room. Various office supplies were neatly placed around the surface, though there was a distinct lack of electronics, laptop or otherwise. There were no loose papers, everything was neatly stacked, either in the outbox or inbox. Normally both would be full, but it was well past closing time, and the secretary had already emptied both. The morning would bring a fresh pile of folders, but for now, there was a single folder in the center of the…

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    Today was a slow day, but very education. I am finding that out that my time at CTLC is better spent watching than actually doing things. When I walked into the double door facility I seen the usual faces, and I greeted them as I made my way back to my little small cubical office. When I arrived at my office about two minutes after greeting several people, I noticed a small green sticky note that was on my desk from the day prior. The note was to remind me about the Homeless Alliance meeting at…

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    The Office is a television show that aired in 2005 and went off aired in 2013. The show was filmed as a documentary that looks into the inside of a small paper company Dunder-Mifflin in Pennsylvania. Being filmed as a documentary the show was able to capture everyday interactions in a work place. The Office was remarkable in capturing conflict throughout the nine seasons. Conflict is defined as when two or more people come into a collision or disagreement. From the show the audience…

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    Movie Analysis: The Office

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    A13705823 Professor Michael D. High Television Comedy and American Values 17 October 2016 The Office: A Critical Analysis The Office, an American television comedy series that aired on NBC from March 24, 2005 to May 16, 2013, depicts the mundane lives of office employees in the Scranton, Pennsylvania branch of the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company. It takes on the style of the mockumentary, with Michael Scott (portrayed by Steve Carell) as the leading character of the series, who serves as Regional…

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    One of the major criticisms of government inefficiency is of the members themselves, regular people are tired of the inaction and ceremonial legislation, and the solution is to replace every incumbent. On the other hand, criticism of the system’s structure has been cited as the reason for inefficiency, and that if all members of Congress are replaced, given time, the system will revert back to its inefficiency. In reality, government inefficiency can be attributed to both the system and the…

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    Orozco, a new employee is introduced to his office and the workspace which he is going to working in. However, while the story is told from the perspective of the main character, throughout the story there is almost no focus on the main character, but instead on the people who he will be working around and interacting with in the future with in the office. The narrative in this story is from the person who is giving the new employee a tour of the office, and telling him different things about…

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    Jim Halpert: A Tragic Hero

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    You can find heros in almost anyone, perhaps your parents, your friend, and even your favorite actor from a TV show. When you think about heros usually the first type that comes to mind is, Spiderman, Deadpool, Batman, and Firefighters. Yes, they are heroes, but they are the typical heroes found in movies. No one ever really thinks about those heroes that are in your favorite TV shows or Romantic Comedy movies or even heroes found in your everyday life. Each hero is different and fall into one…

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    Over the course of nine seasons, the television series, The Office has clearly displayed many concepts which we have discussed over the last few months. Four major sociological concepts which were noticeably portrayed throughout the many seasons of The Office include: sexuality, the way different social groups are made up, gender roles throughout the office and everyday life, as well as the formal organization among coworkers. The show displays romance, documentary type conversations, as well as…

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    Interest groups are association of individuals or organizations that they attempt to influence public policy in their favor. Interest groups seeking the opportunity to benefit themselves or their causes by affect government policy. Their goal is only benefiting them. Lobbyists are salespeople and they believe law protects their activities. Interest groups hire lobbyists to lobbying with government officials and legislators to make a law or any policies in their favor. So only that particular…

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