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  • America's Global Involvement Analysis

    The terrorist group named ISIS, Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, has stirred up some trouble and turmoil in the Middle East and Syria. The terror group started from one man’s dream of spreading terror throughout the land and getting rid of the Shiites. That ambition caught a headwind and had received…

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  • Immigrants Pursuing The American Dream

    The Pursuit of the American Dream The struggle of millions of illegal immigrants pursuing the American Dream. An illegal immigrant (alias alien) is a citizen of a different nationality who enters the United States without permission or someone who is granted a visa and stays here after their visa has expired. Immigrants come from all over the world. They come from Mexico, South America, Europe, Africa and Asian Countries. Many Immigrants cross to the U.S. by trains, boats, cars, semi-trucks,…

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  • Mexico Border Tension

    The United States is a nation of immigrants, which represents a controversial issue in the United States and the world. Benjamin Franklin in the eighteenth century overwrought by myriad German immigrants would vanquish the influence of the British in the country. Irish immigrants in the nineteenth century were abhorred as sluggish alcoholic. In the twenty-first century, similar consternation is conducted against Latin American immigrants, which an extensive majority of the immigrant population…

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  • Do You Speak American Rhetorical Analysis

    In the article “Do You Speak American?” Robert MacNeil reminds us of one of the many reasons the United States is so linguistically diverse. He gives various examples of how American English has evolved throughout time. The analysis of the American language is meant for people who read the magazine, U.S.A. Today, but it also applies to a secondary audience, which are American English speakers. The author uses multicultural dialect to help explain forms of regional linguistics, rhetorical…

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  • Border Patrol In America

    better life; some are refugees, escaping persecution and civil wars in their home country. All of these people believe the United States is the…

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  • Drone Hysteria Research Paper

    One hot button issue is the Bureau of Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) a subset of the Department of Homeland Security. The CBP currently operates the largest fleet of unmanned aerial vehicles. They have 10 drones including the Predator B and its maritime variant the Guardian both styles at $18 million each. The CBP plans to operate 24 drones with the ability to deploy to anywhere in the United States within three hours. The CBP’s drones have the latest in surveillance technology:…

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  • Christo-Americanism And Terrorism: The Political Effects Of 9/11

    shown not only economically or politically, but on a deeper and more personal social level as well. The threats from ISIS have America on the brink of war yet again as the war on terror with the United States will never come to an end. Now called Patriot Day, September 11th was detrimental to the United States in many aspects, however, the terrorists were unable to accomplish their goal of breaking down the most powerful country in the world. Politically Immediately after that horrific…

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  • Essay On Mexican American Culture

    American Culture encompasses religion, food, and what we wear, and how we wear it.It also encompasses language, marriage,music. The United States is one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world. By the the cultures of Native Americans, Latin Americans, Africans and Asians. The United States sometimes described as a “Melting Pot “ in which different cultures have contributed their own distinct “ flavor” to American cultures and from around the world. Children of immigrants are…

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  • Hardships In America

    prove they are citizens or legal residents in the U.S. to qualify for colleges and universities.(2) Despite evidence that comprehensive reform would raise the wage floor for the entire U.S. economy, to the benefit of both immigrant and native worker, states such as Georgia, Alabama, and South Carolina have responded to federal delay tactics by enacting laws that restrict the rights of immigrants and invite racial profiling by local law enforcement.(5) If they cannot prove their Status students…

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  • Mexican Migration

    Question 1: The advancement of capitalism in the United States has greatly impacted Mexican migration by providing the population with a variety of pull factors. There have been many peeking periods starting around the late 1800s and early 1900s where many immigrants, documented and undocumented, have came to the United States due to the large amount of work opportunities that it offers. In fact, many Mexican citizens were requested by U.S. employers due to the cheap labor. For example, during…

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