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  • Ohio Senators - 861 words
    Ohio Senators Ohio, as does every other state in the U.S., has two senators. These two senators are Mike DeWine and George V. Voinovich. In the following, I will try to give some background and political information on thses fine gentalmen. Let's first begin with DeWine, shall we? Mike DeWine was born on January 5, 1947 in the town of Springfield, Ohio. He is a graduate of Yellow Springs High School and a college graduate He has also recieved many awards over the years including: Donald Santarelli Award for Public Policy for writing the Child Victims' Bill of Rights, presented by the National Organization of Victim Assistance. National Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Award for leadershi ...
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  • Operation Overlord - 1,234 words
    ... River estuary and the base of the Cotentin Peninsula. It was finally decided the invasion force was to consist of five infantry divisions, two American, two British, and one Canadian assigned to beaches code-named, from west to east, Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno, and Sword. On D-Day, two American airborne divisions were to land behind the western end of the assault area and one British at the eastern, while amphibious armor was to swim ashore with the leading waves. The Americans constituted the U.S. 1st Army, under Major General Omar Bradley, the British and Canadians the British 2nd Army, under General Miles Dempsey. The British divisions had been under intensive training since 1942, the A ...
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  • Part 1 The First Ricky White News Story Nov 22, 1963: Another Story Blurs The Facts Son Of Dallas Cop Says Dad Was 1 Of 3 Who - 2,346 words
    ... e and asked him to answer questions in their Midland office. He says he took his father's effects with him and the FBI made copies of all the items except the diary. He says after several hours of questioning he returned home with all his father's effects. Later that same day, White says, FBI agent Tom Farris came to his house to retrieve a notebook he had inadvertently left in the box of Roscoe White's effects. White says he became aware that the diary was missing three or four days later. "I never said that the (FBI agents) took it," he says. "I am just saying he was the last one to leave that box." Agent Farris, who is in the Midland FBI office, transferred inquiries about the diary t ...
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  • Pesticides Effects - 1,327 words
    ... ced to thirteen million dollars donated to them in the name of campaign contributions. Who contributed this money? The pesticide industry contributed most of the thirteen million, and they have steadily filled the pockets of our trusted representatives for sometime. But what about Americans, they spend ten percent of their incomes and food for their families, but for what? To be poisoned? The Food and Drug Administration and the USDA share responsibility for checking the levels of toxins in the U.S. foods, but the toxins are still being allowed to exceed the U.S. definitions of safety for adults, but not for children. The toxins that are included in these guidelines derive from an unlike ...
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  • Policies In Vietnam - 1,543 words
    ... Intelligence Agency given to President Johnson: It is not likely that North Vietnam would (if it could) call off the war in the South although U.S. actions would in time have serious economic and political impact. Overt action against North Vietnam would be unlikely to produce reduction in Viet Cong activity sufficiently to make victory on the ground possible in South Vietnam unless accompanied by new U.S. bolstering actions in South Vietnam and considerable improvement in the government there. The most to be expected would be reduction of North Vietnamese support of the Viet Cong for a while and, thus, the gaining of some time and opportunity by the government of South Vietnam to improv ...
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  • Prostitution: Should It Be Legal - 1,758 words
    Prostitution: Should It Be Legal? Prostitution: Should it be legal? Prostitution is known as the oldest profession in the world, however, many states in the U.S. outlaw it. The textbook definition of prostitution is the act or practice of engaging in sexual acts for money (Prostitution, Macmillan 805). Nevada is the first state in the United States to legalize prostitution. Although the long-term effects of legalized prostitution are uncertain, the short-term effects have been economically beneficial. Prostitution should be legalized because not only could it financially benefit the country, but it could also reduce crime. There are many reasons why prostitution is illegal in 49 U.S. states ...
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  • Racial Profiling - 1,498 words
    Racial Profiling The Race Against Racial Profiling The great era of civil rights started in the 1960s, with Martin Luther King, Jr.'s stirring "I have a Dream" speech at the historic march on Washington in August of 1963. At the same time Birmingham Police Commissioner "Bull" Connor used powerful fire hoses and vicious police attack dogs against nonviolent black civil rights activists. Although these years proved to be the highlight and downfall of civil rights in America, even with the 1964 Civil Rights Act and the 1965 Voting Rights Act being passed, time has repeated these tumultuous events again in the present. Racial profiling has been one of many civil rights issues concerning the unne ...
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  • Racial Profiling - 1,488 words
    Racial Profiling The great era of civil rights started in the 1960s, with Martin Luther King, Jr.s stirring "I have a Dream" speech at the historic march on Washington in August of 1963. At the same time Birmingham Police Commissioner "Bull" Connor used powerful fire hoses and vicious police attack dogs against nonviolent black civil rights activists. Although these years proved to be the highlight and downfall of civil rights in America, even with the 1964 Civil Rights Act and the 1965 Voting Rights Act being passed, time has repeated these tumultuous events again in the present. Racial profiling has been one of many civil rights issues concerning the unnecessary stopping and arresting of p ...
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  • Racial Profiling - 1,488 words
    Racial Profiling The great era of civil rights started in the 1960s, with Martin Luther King, Jr.s stirring "I have a Dream" speech at the historic march on Washington in August of 1963. At the same time Birmingham Police Commissioner "Bull" Connor used powerful fire hoses and vicious police attack dogs against nonviolent black civil rights activists. Although these years proved to be the highlight and downfall of civil rights in America, even with the 1964 Civil Rights Act and the 1965 Voting Rights Act being passed, time has repeated these tumultuous events again in the present. Racial profiling has been one of many civil rights issues concerning the unnecessary stopping and arresting of p ...
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  • Same Sex Marriage - 2,065 words
    Same - Sex Marriage INTRODUCTION: The institution of marriage is highly respected and holds great sentimental value for most societies. However, not all couples are afforded the right to be legally recognized as a married couple. Couples of the same-sex are denied the right to have their marriages be legal in the eyes of the law. Same-sex marriage is an important issue because it deals with a relatively large minority of the United States. Gays and lesbians are rumored to be about ten percent of today's population. I am just one of the many that fit into this contested minority group. Some people in society feel that I should never be given the opportunity to benefit from a marriage, as an o ...
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  • Same Sex Marriage - 1,976 words
    ... ense of any kind in one state, it is upheld in the other states as well. It also notes that congress has the right to define the effect in which one state's laws act upon another state (Kersch, 1996). This is not meant to take away all of the state's rights, just that the state has to present reasons why it will not accept another states laws. DOMA takes away that aspect of the Full Faith and Credit Clause. The normal rule for interstate marriage is to uphold the marriage as long as it is valid where it was originally celebrated (Kersch, 1996). The Full Faith and Credit Clause keeps states from selectively discriminating based on how desirable or obnoxious the other states policy is. Thu ...
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  • Same Sex Marriagescalltoact Speech - 1,569 words
    Same Sex Marriages--Call-To-Act Speech Imagine you have fallen in love with the person of your dreams, and the two of you have discussed it and have decided to get married. Now imagine that the person you wish to marry is of a different race. It wouldn't be a big deal, right? Well, if this situation had occurred about 50 years ago, it would have been a huge deal. Just a generation ago, many states banned mixed marriages. Seems absurd, doesn't it? Discriminating against an individual like that because of the color of their skin? This is a situation in America that I am sure all of you are familiar with, and most all of us I am sure agree that just because a person has different colored skin d ...
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  • Sex Education - 605 words
    Sex Education What is comprehensive, reality-based sexuality education? True comprehensive, reality-based sexuality education seeks to assist young people in understanding a positive view of sexuality, provide them with information and skills about taking care of their sexual health, and help them acquire skills to make decisions now and in the future. Ideally, sexuality education is taught in ways that are age- and experience-appropriate in kindergarten through 12th grade. It is taught by trained teachers who teach about: sexual development, reproductive health, interpersonal relationships, affection, intimacy, body image, and gender roles. The goal is to help young people grow into sexuall ...
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  • Should Australia Introduce Any Tax Or Gst Changes - 1,150 words
    ... left many Australian businesses unprotected from foreign funds. Overseas businesses are already more competitive than us, with the reduction to the custom duties, they will be even more dangerous to us. 12) The system will not be fair towards those with the lowest income bracket, children and those who worked all their life and have just retired to pay GST for the second half of their life. In all, there are hundreds of arguments for each side, and there is no proof of any of it being true. We can only comment when it is put into practice, then and only then do we know if it is as good or is it as bad as they said. Do we need any tax changes? As mentioned before, the government has added ...
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  • Should Racist Speech Enjoy Protection Under The First Amendment - 1,496 words
    Should Racist Speech Enjoy Protection under the First Amendment Prejudice and racial stereotyping are two of this country's greatest problems today. Many people in our society have tried to find ways to eliminate or at least limit these types of behavior, but have met with very limited, if any, success. Because of the complex nature of racism and racist acts, coupled with the fact the first amendment prohibits the government from limiting the publics' right to free expression and speech, the Federal government has been ineffective in eliminating racist actions that pervade our society. State governments and institutions have attempted to set up their own laws condemning such actions, but hav ...
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  • Somalia And Us - 1,605 words
    ... ation proved disastrous for the population at large. By 1992, "almost 4.5 million people, more than half the total number in the country, were threatened with starvation, severe malnutrition and related diseases" (UNDPI 1997). According to Mingst and Karns, "Widespread famine and chaos accompanied the fighting, forcing hundreds of thousands of civilians to the brink of starvation. Control of food was a vital political resource for the Somali warlords and a currency to pay the mercenary gangs who formed their militias" (92). At this time, "most government, NGO, and U.N. humanitarian Mulligan 10 organizations evacuated staff and suspended programs" (Weiss 78). A handful of organizations, h ...
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  • Son Of Dallas Cop Says Dad Was 1 Of 3 Who Shot Kennedy - 2,351 words
    ... hree agents came to his house and asked him to answer questions in their Midland office. He says he took his father's effects with him and the FBI made copies of all the items except the diary. He says after several hours of questioning he returned home with all his father's effects. Later that same day, White says, FBI agent Tom Farris came to his house to retrieve a notebook he had inadvertently left in the box of Roscoe White's effects. White says he became aware that the diary was missing three or four days later. "I never said that the (FBI agents) took it," he says. "I am just saying he was the last one to leave that box." Agent Farris, who is in the Midland FBI office, transferred ...
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  • Son Of Sam - 2,060 words
    ... anyone else. Maybe a little neurotic.Ultimately, it didn't matter because David Berkowitz pleaded guilty. He was sentenced to 365 years in jail. In 1979, Robert Ressler, the FBI veteran, interviewed Berkowitz in Attica Prison three times. Berkowitz had been allowed to keep a scrapbook he had compiled of all the newspaper stories about the murders. He used these scrapbooks to keep his fantasies alive. Ressler made it clear that he didn't buy the demon dog theory one bit and eventually he was able to get the truth out of Berkowitz. The demon story was to protect him when and if he was caught so that he could try to convince the authorities he was insane. He admitted to Ressler that his re ...
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  • Teen Suicide - 816 words
    Teen Suicide Kids can fall prey to a variety of dangerous methods to cope with the turmoil and anxiety of their adolescent years. The Troubled Teens series is intended to bring parents a collection of resources that will answer their most frequent questions about the pitfalls of being a depressed teen. Each week of the series we will cover another of the most common means that teens use to cope with their depression. What Is It? Of all the complications of untreated depression, suicide is the most tragic. It has often been called a permanent solution to a temporary problem. In the midst of depression it can begin to look like the only option left. Why Do People Do It? Depressed people who ta ...
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  • Teenage Homosexuality - 1,866 words
    Teenage Homosexuality Teenage Homosexuality Of the many emotions a gay man or woman feel, perhaps the most powerfully pervasive is fear. The fear of being found out is real enough, but the worry does not end there. There also lurks the fear of being called names, being assaulted, perhaps even killed. For adults these fears are horrible enough. For a lesbian and gay teenager, who lack experience and life skills to cope with them, such fears can be overwhelming. Lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth face many problems as they realize they are homosexual. Often they don't know even one other homosexual person and feel very alone and misunderstood. They see very few role models, no one to identify wi ...
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