I would be angry as hell at the Glenn Becks and Rush Limbaughs of the world who cynically manipulate both their listeners and their party for monetary gain, and for fame. I would be ready to crucify men like John Boehner who would rather keep his own ass in congress than actually acheive anything. But no, you go ahead and be mad at us, the liberals and the moderates who make up a healthy majority of this country. Why? Becuase your party is a lie, and has betrayed you straight out of your houses and into the unemployment lines.
Available WWW: http://www.nytimes.com/library/world/americas “Venezuela’s Chávez plans to rule until 2013.” CNN Presents. CNN. 14 July 2002. Wilson, Scott. “Political Deadlock Bolsters Chávez.” The Washington Post 20 January 2003: A15.
His dramatic antics and vulgar tactics enabled him to gain notoriety with the American Public. Flynt turned the tables in American politics. The Republicans no longer had the offensive advantage, since Flynt allegations force them had to take a defensive status. Larry Flynt embodies important attitudes of the current status of sex and politics in American society. Flynt's Objective and Antics But how does this pornographer end up "setting the agenda" (Kurtz, 19 December 1998) in American politics?
Also there were many suspicions of corruption inside the government, with President Perez leading. How did the two failed 1992 coup d’état attempts led by Hugo Chavez help his political career? This investigation will answer the question by analyzing the result of the rwo failed coups; first, that the coups exposed the corruption, failures and weakness of President Perez and his government; second, that the coups presented an image to the Venezuelan people of a dynamic, charismatic and populist leader in the person of Chavez. The most important sources used will be contemporary press accounts, Chavez’s speech and reactions from ordinary Venezuelan people at the time. This investigation will only asses the period between 1990 and 1998 in order to account for Chavez’s rise to power.
However, that’s how far they are similar. In Bernie Sanders’ advertisement “American Horizon” he talks about his campaign and what he plans to accomplish with his campaign. However, throughout the media Donald Trump is always being criticized because of his campaign and his racial slurs as in Dana Summers political cartoon describes. The political cartoon shows how racist and temperamental, he is; showing how ineffective, he would be if elected president. While using a political candidates own ad, the presidential candidate gets to view and add in comments before
to be a huge center of debate and controversy (DeVarona 8).Opponents to the embargo argue that the embargo does nothing more than hurt theCuban people, while proponents argue that the embargo places pressure on Castroto repair Cuba’s mismanaged and corrupt government. Both the supportersand the opponents of this embargo have strong arguments and evidence to supportthese arguments. Without adoubt, Cuba’s current government is guilty of human rights violations,housing fugitives and terrorist groups, and robbing the Cuban people of wageswith its corrupt state-run economy. While it is inarguable that some actionagainst Cuba is warranted, and that the US economic embargo on Cuba haspositive intentions, the negative repercussions to the Cuban people andthird-party investors and countries greatly outweigh these positive intentions.! Therefore, it would be greatly ineffective for the embargo to remain in placeas the sole tool in promoting change in Cuba.
The history of Venezuela is intimately intertwined with the development of its petroleum industry. As one of the primary producers of oil in the world, this product is determinant for the country, both politically and economically. The current president of Venezuela, Hugo Chávez Frías, has been criticized for opposing the privatization of the oil industry and has been labeled as a communist dictator by the United States for his political agenda. In the following essay, I will present the current situation in Venezuela, placing it in its historical context and addressing issues the new Venezuelan Constitution, the importance of oil, membership in the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), and political instability in Venezuela. First let us place the current situation in a historical perspective by looking at the events that have led to the present situation in Venezuela.
Whether the U.S. government should strongly keep monitoring U.S. citizens or not still is a long and fierce dispute. Recently, the debate became more brutal when technology, an indispensable tool for modern live, has been used by the law enforcement and national security officials to spy into American people’s domestic. Since the terrorist attacks at Sept. 11, 2001, the surveillance issue often has turned away the table in the debate of individual privacy or counterterrorism. By passing the Patriot Act, Congress gave President Bush an immense law enforcement authority to boost U.S's counterterrorism, and the President used his enlarged powers to forward specific programs in order to reduce the threat of terrorism and defend the country’s safety. In early June 2013, Edward Snowden, a 29-year-old former defense contractor who had access to NSA database while working for an intelligence consulting company, leaked classified documents reports that the National Security Agency (NSA) is recording phone calls of millions of Americans along with gathering private data and spying foreign Internet activity.