The President remarked on the importance to always keep a watchful eye on the jealousy that unfree nations harbo... ... middle of paper ... ... diversion of our core American values. President Obama is also urging that policies have the support of Congress on a bipartisan level ensuring effectiveness for the policies. It is also laid out in his foreign policy to be a nation who will be prepared to listen and talk with advisories to open doors that promote peace along with communication. Throughout the history of our nation we have seen the coming and going of Presidents. Presidents like George Washington who laid the foundation for future Presidential polices to come.
The rhetorical element of emotion was especially vital to the address of former President John F. Kennedy. Kennedy’s emotion presented the whole free world with a responsibility to spread freedom, justice, and to rid the world of evils. In addition, he calls upon the American people to stand strong as the backbone of the attempt to win the “long twilight struggle against the common enemies of man: tyranny, poverty, disease, and war.” Kennedy wanted the people to be reenergized about defending freedom, a hallmark of American society. To do so, he looks to this country’s past and how each generation of Americans have been summoned to give testimony to its national loyalty. His intentions were to stir up patriotism; make Americans realize that almost all of the previous generations have, at one time or another demonstrated their loyalty to the freedoms we all know and love.
Wilson was determined to bring peace and equality to the world so that all the nations would be peaceful, “so that she can do as God does.” Wilson was a very moral person and held his truths to be self-evident, he wanted to create a world of peace. He entered the Untied States into the war to do so. Wilson only meant there w to be one world war. During the first Great War America became the global superpower. Under the instruction of President Woodrow Wilson the ... ... middle of paper ... ...th Century American History.
The positive side of this doctrine was the focus on combating global terrorism. It includes the ability to defend against terrorism and those countries which support groups to commit terrorist activities. Furthermore, it should be understood that a piece of the doctrine also attempted to instill democracy by making the world a safer place (Nacos, 2012). American’s were relying on the confidence and commitment of the government to prevent future attack and to maintain a safer nation. This part of the Bush doctrine is reassuring that the United States is focused on the safety and security of the American people, and as a nation the attention to fight terrorism was foremost.
Therefore, in order to protect the future people of their beautiful country, they promised certain liberties which could not be taken away. Every single one of these freedoms is important for the United States of America. However, the second amendment is especially important to our nation because it allows the people to protect their freedom and defend themselves and the common good against an overreaching government. One reason we must have the second amendment is to protect the freedom for which our country fought so hard to win. The Declaration of Independence states: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.” However, if these rights were ‘self-evident’, why did the founding fathers need to grant them to the states?
A country is at its fullest strength when it is a nation united. Michael Savage a conservative author and radio talk show host believes that “borders, language, and culture” are the foundations that support any nation. I believe in what Mr. Savage is saying is true, seeing that the formual of borders, language and culture will equal unity among a nation which will help achieve greater strengths. When an immigrant enters our country they apply for U.S. citizenship or green card. In order to proceed with obtaining it they must take ... ... middle of paper ... ...lty and that is a loyalty to the American people."
America is one of the few countries where government acts on the interest of their people. Through from my interview essay what I learn is that American people have self-belief that their country should always act as the leader of the world .In my interview essay the interviewee said “America should protect itself from others and maintain the rule of law in the world(interview essay,1) . Thus, I can know the view of the citizens of America what they think about the role of their country. People of America always want their nation to be powerful and lead in all frontiers of global issues. We must take a leadership role in working with other in a collaborative way to address long term threats to humanity and maintain global issues is always raised by the American people.
They always have and they always will. While it would require a Constitutional amendment to abolish the Electoral College, perhaps it is time to do just that. The Founding Fathers of the United States created our Constitution to be a flexible document, with the idea that it should be able to adapt to meet changing circumstances and times. They created the college to protect a still shaky government and nation. The United States and its people have proven that they are no longer in need of such protection.
John F. Kennedy uses power, freedom and the faith in God as values throughout his Inaugural Address. John F Kennedy states, “We dare not forget today that we are the heirs of that first revolution. Let the word go forth from this time and place, to friend and foe alike, that the torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans, born in this century, tempered by war, disciplined by a hard and bitter peace, proud of our ancient heritage, and unwilling to witness or permit the slow undoing of those human rights to which this nation has always been committed, and to which we are committed today at home and around the world.” The president gave his speech at a time when the American people were growing increasingly fearful of a long, drawn out Cold War. Yet, instead of reassuring his audience by minimizing the dangers, Kennedy warned them of a long struggle, emphasizing differences between the United States and its enemies, and showed the specific responsibilities and obligations of the United States and its citizens, ... ... middle of paper ... ... - Complete & Unabridged 10th Edition. HarperCollins Publishers.
To Wilson, the U.S entered the war to really guarantee the continuous growth of democracy. In Wilson’s “War Message to Congress”, he goes into talking about foreign policy somewhat like Luce had done. Wilson believed that the way America will act in the world needed to be in the interest of all mankind. Wilson went on to justify why the U.S needed to enter the war. As he states, “for a universal dominion of right by such a concert of free peoples as shall bring peace and safety to all nations and make the world itself at last free” (Wilson).