- Immigration (new)
An issue long going in The United States has been the topic of immigration. The problem with immigration is solely economics and nothing more. People complain about aliens taking our jobs, lowering our wages, using up our law enforcement time and hospitals along with stealing our identities and a long list of many things. But I believe the real issue is that the common American doesnít understand the real outcomes of immigration.
Immigration has been subject to news a lot lately and this is bec...
1783 The Montgolfier brothers invent the first hot air balloons
1787 Steamboat invented
1769 First self-propelled road vehicle invented by Nicolas Joseph Cugnot
1790 Modern bicycles invented
1801 Richard Trevithick invented the first steam powered locomotive (designed for roads)
1807 Isaac de Rivas makes a hydrogen gas powered vehicle - first with internal combustion power - however, very unsuccessful design
1807 First steamboat with regular passenger service - ...
The incarcerated life of a prisoner is usually a reoccurring cycle; commit a crime, go to prison, get released. Commit another crime, go to prison yet again, and get released once more. For many criminals, this is the cycle that will define who they are. Is it their fault? Not entirely. The prison system is set up exclusively as a form of punishment, which it should be for the most part, but lacks in guidance. However, a large number of criminals who get locked up spend their days reflecting on ...
A Deeper Look at Globalization
Itís a word we hear almost everyday while watching the news, reading the paper, or even in our day-to-day conversations. It is associated with both good and bad, and for better or worse, we are inevitably involved in its transformations. Globalization has been a popular discussion and has been intensively discussed even though it is a relatively recent idea. Given its sudden emergence, it can be a term that isnít quite understood and there are people who are compl...
- A Deeper Look at Globalization
Itís a word we hear almost everyday while watching the news, reading the paper, or even in our day-to-day conversations. It is associated with both good and bad, and for better or worse, we are inevitably involved in its transformations. Globalization has been a popular discussion and has been intensively discussed even though it is a relatively recent idea. Given its sudden emergence, it can be a term that isnít quite understood and there are people who are completely against it. Yes, there are...
- Why two different Chambers?
I believe we have two different chambers for many reasons. There are two that I think is important or at least they should be important. Those reasons are peace and equality. Peace should be one of them because it will cut back on a lot of debates and arguing amongst themselves. Two different people, two different houses you get two different sides and hearings. I don\'t think anyone can make a right decision with so much drama going on. Secondly, equality should be another. Say for instance, th...
- Why we have a House and a Senate
Why do we have two chambers in Congress, the House and Senate? Since members of both are elected by, and represent the people, wouldn\'t the lawmaking process be more efficient if bills were considered by only one body?
While it may appear clumsy and often overly time-consuming, the two-chamber or "bicameral" setup of Congress works today exactly the way a majority of the Founding Fathers envisioned in 1787. Clearly expressed in the Constitution is the Founders\' belief that power should be sha...
Introduction and Literature Review
China and Sudan have a historical trading partnership dating back to the early 1950s, while the oil partnership, one of the most important aspects of the bilateral relations, was begun in the 1990s amid war and tumult. The Chinese government has largely maintained its policy of non-interference in the nation, which helped to strengthen the bilateral partnership. The main purpose of China...
- Illegal Immigration
October 19, 2012
Illegal immigration uses taxpayers money and they don...
- Presidential Election Process
The War on Terror has been a topic of debate since 2001. After the attack on the World Trade Centers, America embarked on a mission to protect our freedom and protect our Nation. There is more than just one side to this story, as is all stories. To America, the war is to ensure we are physically safe from terrorist attacks. To who we are fighting, it can be called a holy war.
This is a quote from a speech given by George W. Bush addressing the war, ...
- Judicial Bias Between White and Blue Collar Punishment
There are many ways punishment is differentiated between the rich and poor, pointing out that white collar crimes including theft involving millions of dollars often get far lighter sentences than blue collar crimes. Economically disadvantaged people are punished worse for their crimes than the wealthier members of society. Criminals often receive preferential treatment and lighter sentences than blue collar criminals. There are many reasons this happens mainly due to their influence and high pa...
- On Dahl
Democracy is a word commonly used in the justification for the United States of America interceding in international disputes for the sake of a certain country...
- Occupy Walstreet and Government
What would you do?
Most people think that in similar situations they would behave differently. The truth is most people would do whatever they had to, to maintain their best interest. In the movie ...
With millions of illegal immigrants already in the United States and at least half a million being able to gain access into the country annually, it is no doubt that they have an extensive effect on the country. It has been argued that illegal immigrants put a strain on the economy of the country and can be a social nuisance. They also have a major influence on the various decisions and policies that are made in the country. Whether the net effect of illegal immigration is positive or ...
- An Inconvenient Truth is Honest
In the year 2000, Al Gore lost the presidential election against George W. Bush, terminating his political career. A few years after his unsuccessful campaign, Al Gore came out with the documentary ...