Samples "Politics"

Politics

My name is [Name] and I running for the governor of Texan as a Republican Party candidate. As a Republican, I have observed some problems in the current administration and I believe my contribution as the governor will greatly help in dealing with some of these problems. I expect great...

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Immigration has been a hot-button topic of debate in the news as well as in the debates for the upcoming federal elections in the United States. Especially with recent acts of terrorism, people feel very strongly on either side of the fence regarding the allowance of illegal immigrants, from latino...

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As the CEO of Facebook, I want to assure all of our shareholders that the company is taking the Russian meddling during the 2016 election very seriously. We acknowledge that the members of the Senate have expressed legitimate concerns about the way we dealt with the possibility of Russian election...

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There have been many accusations that Donald Trump in his presidential pursuits represents fascism. Consider the recent article in Newsweek entitled “Donald Trump is What Fascism Looks Like” . The author suggests that some of Trump’s policies are clearly indicative of the fascistic type policies of Hitler and Mussolini. Consider...

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BackgroundKevin Carey’s “The Trouble with Hillary Clinton’s Free Tuition Plan” appeared in the New York Times on July 19, 2016. Carey’s writing on this subject is significant because he serves as the director or the Education Policy Program at the influential New America Think Tank. Carey’s writing is also worth...

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Instead of threatening the power of the Saudi rulers, the Arab Spring has strengthened it. Coronation of the new King in Riyadh has ensured the renaissance of authoritarianism in the Middle East. The Saudi political influence strongly relies on their profits from obtaining natural resources, and it is a glaring...

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The argument that was posed by Henry Cabot Lodge is far more logical and concise than that of John Sharp Williams. Lodge provided a systematic analysis and opposition to the notion of joining the League of Nations by virtue of his emphasis on the critical nature of maintaining sovereignty. Conversely,...

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In “Design for a Pacific Republic, 1843-62”, author Joseph Ellison concluded that remoteness and isolation were the root cause of four mid nineteenth century movements supporting California’s independence as a separate nation. I disagree with his conclusion and believe that the basis of California’s drive towards independence was founded upon...

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Throughout history, countries have extended their territories through imperialism. In the period between fifteenth and nineteenth centuries, the Europeans, Dutch and the Spanish expanded their territories by colonizing the Americans. Between the nineteenth and twentieth century however, tables turned and the America’s started extending their territories by colonizing countries in...

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