Comparison Of President Bush’s RTE Interview And His Address To Congress

The ability to move and inspire people through oratory is a powerful gift, and never more so than for national leaders at points of national crisis. In such times they are expected to provide direction and leadership for their people. They must project authority and understanding and have the communication skills to carry the nation […]

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A dire need of better education will solve national dilemmas

A mother arrives home to a barren waste of a shack that creaks every time a scant breeze blows through the air. She brings home inadequate nourishment for her two kids, her two kids that are part of the next generation. This poverty stricken family has to scratch and claw to continue and exist in […]

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The 1920s in the USA were regarded as a period of prosperity

However some people weren’t: * Farmers * The unemployed. The farmers were not happy because they were the second cause of depression. This was because new machinery meant farms produced more food in the 1920s than ever before. This combined with a slight drop in the population lead to a surplus of food. This caused […]

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Political Satire: A Force in Politics

On Thursday, January 12, 2012, Stephen Colbert, a popular faux newscaster and host of The Colbert Report, announced his presidential run for the office of “The United States of America of South Carolina. ” While the host of the satirical television show was not be able to run due to South Carolina’s voting laws, the […]

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Affirmative action has failed because of a lack of political will

Affirmative action refers to the measures put in place to create equal opportunities (in employment, housing, education and representation in politics) for ethnic minorities in the USA. If the evidence shows that politicians have not put enough effort or time into the implementation of such measures, then it is because of a lack of ‘political […]

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