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    generalized situations and for political and ideological reason were intent on proving the theory correct. The final problem of the theory was as Habar states, “that its central tenets were largely inconsistent with the empirical facts” . All the articles found in the…

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    National Debt Analysis

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    Republicans will state that the national debt has nearly doubled under President Obama, while Democrats state that President Obama inherited a bad economy and that it was under President Bush that the national debt increased to 10.6 trillion dollars before he left office. The current US debt predicted for the end of the 2016 fiscal year is 19.3 trillion dollars. The national debt is the combination of every fiscal year’s deficit. Deficits occur when government spending is greater than government…

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    example, Donald Trump wants to replace Obamacare for an even better health law. He believes his health care act will help insure everybody with health insurance. Donald Trump motives can affect America for life. To have insurance available for everyone involves having money. The committee are taking their time to evaluate the issues, then will take a form of action. Also, the financial institutional oversight is in charge with monitoring money. The treasury department manage the amount of times…

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    hold the title Commander in Chief. Since the Secretary of State is the first Bureaucratic position to assume Presidency within the succession line, his previous job deals with foreign policy so he should have a general understand on the importance of diplomatic relations with other countries. Next is the treasury, he would be able to steer us out of an economic crises. As we get further down the list, cabinet members who wouldn’t fulfil the role as well are more common, such as the Secretary of…

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    In the 26th song of the popular Broadway musical Hamilton and conclusion to the first act, “Non-Stop”, George Washington sings to Alexander Hamilton, before asking Hamilton to join his presidential cabinet as Treasury Secretary, “They are asking me to lead / I am doing the best I can / to get the people that I need / I’m asking you to be my right-hand man.” (Miranda). Hamilton later uses similar words (“they are asking me to lead”) to his wife, Eliza Hamilton, as she pleads with him not to take…

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    leadership back in the 1770s. Hamilton was the first secretary of treasury of the United States and was appointed by George Washington (“Alexander Hamilton”). Before, Hamilton became secretary of treasury, he was one of our Founding Fathers that publicly defended the Boston Tea Party (“Founding Fathers”). In March 1776, Hamilton influenced the New York legislature to make him the “captain in the provincial artillery.” After, becoming the captain, he created his own company and created his own…

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    My first interaction with State Department was at the age of ten at the consulate of Guadalajara. My uncle’s family was going to interview for a tourist visa so that they could come to the United States to visit us that following summer. When we arrived I saw my country’s flag waiving and I was very excited, but I also remember a heavy presence of fear. It was one year after the September 11 attacks. I was very young, but at this age I understood why the hostility was present that day at the…

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    At this point in my life the career path which interests me the most is the Foreign Service. This is has been a career interest of mine throughout high school and continues to be today. Saying that getting a job in the State Department is hard is a bit of an understatement. After spending months researching others’ endeavors trying to get employed the Department of State, I’ve learned it is one long battle. You are essentially competing with yourself every time. Surprisingly with all the…

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    Border Patrol Job Analysis

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    With a major in International Affairs a job working for the U.S. Government would not be an unrealistic undertaking, depending on the skills of the applicant and the qualifications required from them. Two specific establishments my major qualifies me to work for would be the Bureau of Diplomatic Security for the US State Department and also as a Foreign Service Officer for the US State Department as well. If I am unable to secure a position with the State Department, a “Plan B” would be working…

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    Homeland Security and the Critical Infrastructures it Protects Homeland security in itself is an over encompassing concept that includes many agencies that "prevent terrorist attacks, defend our borders, enforce immigration laws, secure cyberspace, and ensure resilience to disasters" (United States Department of Homeland Security [U.S. DHS], 2010). The missions of the DHS are critical and vast. I’m going to explain some of the basics of this organization in terms of internal and external…

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