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    Bill Gates

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    develop children’s learning. I chose to do my first journal review on Bill Gates because I find it inspiring that Bill knew from a young age what his dream…

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    Bill Amendments

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    In order for a bill to become a law it must first be passed within both of the chambers of Congress, The House of Representatives and the Senate. First and foremost, the two chambers vary within size and term lengths, the House has 435 congressmen with two-year terms and the Senate has 100 Senators with six year terms. Both chambers have different rules and procedures to pass bills through. The House is the “peoples party” and in session, Monday through Thursday whereas the Senate operates…

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    Bill Clinton vs. Barack Obama Bill Clinton and Barack Obama were both popular presidents, whose came from a middle class income family and a minority group of people. Bill Clinton a first "baby boomer" generation (people born after the communist war) to become president, and Barack Obama, first African American to become president, were especially both good on domestic affairs and came up with same important policies about domestic affairs ( health care reform and economic recovery). In fact,…

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    In the United States people around the country, no matter the the color of their skin, religion, race, or gender, everyone is considered equal under the eyes of the law, the constitution and the bill of rights, however not everything is included in it. Animals have been the long discussed and most argued in weather or not they should be carrying a bill of rights, personally I agree. Images, videos, and the entire internet web has shown proof and facts showing the cruelty and exploitation of…

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    the leader of the free world. With that does not just come great power, but is also accompanied by great responsibility. Our 42nd President, William “Bill” Clinton, represented the American story and proved how anything is possible in the Land of Opportunity. Bill Clinton, like most Americans, was raised in a working class family and had to diligently work and sacrifice to get the White House. He faced many set backs, election losses, impeachment and scandals but never failed to persevere…

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    The Bill Gates Foundation

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    Bill Gates made the Gates foundation it is the worlds largest charitable foundation. It funds a variety of programs that seek to improve the health, education, and well-being of people in the United States. He was also the founder of Microsoft a program company that changed the way we work. He was probably the most influential guy in changing into the technological age. The gates foundation focuses its giving in the areas of education, global Heath, libraries, and the Pacific Northwest. This…

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    Warriors in both the Greek classical tradition and Quentin Terentino’s movie, Kill Bill, represent the glorification of mimetic violence, vendetta and the conversion and mutilation of the enemy warrior into a state of bloody, pre-existence. However, whereas in classical myth male warriors were culturally expected to perpetuate violence and construct their heroic identity in opposition to their mother, the warrior-bride in kill bill constructs her heroic identity in accordance with her maternal…

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    Bill Bowerman Essay

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    A small shoe company made by Bill Bowerman in 1966, but then renamed in 1978 has quickly transformed into one of the biggest American icons. Starting with just twelve hundred dollars in the bank, Nike has become an icon of not only America but of the shoe and clothing industries worldwide. When I think of buying equipment for any sport I immediately think of Nike and I believe that is what most people have come to their minds as well. Nike is popular everywhere and the highest of athletes as…

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    Bill Clinton Impeachment

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    controversy and interest in the 2016 presidential primaries, it may be time to look back at possibly the most controversial scandal in recent memory. On January 7, 1999, for the second time in United States history the Senate began impeachment proceedings against a sitting president. William Jefferson Clinton (Bill Clinton), the 42nd President of the United States of America, was impeached in the House of Representatives on December 19, 1998; and then later acquitted after a Senate trial on…

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    Bill Gates Accomplishments

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    complicated equations or automating systems. Bill Gates was the man who headed the shift in software development that led to a lot of the technology we have today. Most people probably already know Bill Gates as the richest man in the world, but what is more interesting is the story behind his fortune. Bill Gates is considered one of the most influential people in technology because of his breakthrough innovations in personal computers and generous philanthropy. Bill Gates started working on…

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