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    War Ground: A Short Story

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    I could hear JP talking in the background telling me something but I didn't hear “Ow,” I screamed as I fell right into a thorn bush and we were about five minutes into the hike then I heard JP say, “I was trying to yell at you that you were about to walk into one of these annoying thorn bushes”. I was pretty happy that no thorns were stuck on me after we checked. I was wondering if I could stay alive for This field group. Soon we got into what I like to call, “war ground” because it looks

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    Branch Orientation

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    the United States Military Academy, or by direct commission. Once an officer, you would hold a position within either a combat arms or combat support branch. The combat arms branches include Air Defense Artillery, Armor, Aviation, Field Artillery, Infantry, Special Forces, as well as several others. Each branch has a corresponding support branch that also includes Military Intelligence, Military Police, Signal, Chemical, with other positions in addition to combat arms. I am interested in Air Defense

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    The Judicial Branch

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    contents of this essay, the judicial branch will be examined. The judicial branch of the United States government oversees justice throughout the country by expounding and applying laws by means of a court system.1 This system functions by hearing and determining the legality of such cases.2 Sitting at the top of the United States court system is the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court of the United States encompasses the federal judiciary, explicitly the judicial branch. This court is comprised of life-long

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    Judicial Branch

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    The Judicial Branch clarifies and assigns the laws. It provides the working for the disagreements. The Judicial Branch doesn’t make the laws or enforces the laws, but it explains and assigns the laws. The judicial branch is made up of all the court systems. The Supreme Court is the highest court in the judicial branch. The courts decide the disagreements about the laws and how they should be assigned. The supreme court only hears cases that have made their way through all of the courts. Once the

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    The Olive Branch

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    The Olive Branch “ Like dragonflies their [dead bodies] have filled the river. Like a raft they have moved to the edge [of the boat]. Like a raft they have moved to a river bank ” (flood-myth.com, 3/15/00). Whether the above is fact, fiction, myth, or legend it appears that all civilizations have a strong fascination with The Deluge. Bible believers feel that it was an act of God, who intern wanted to cleanse the earth of immoral people and evildoers. Chosen survivors, for example Noah, as well as

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    The Executive Branch

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    The Executive Branch The executive branch of our government is like a chameleon. To a startling degree it reflects the character and personality of the President. Clark M. Clifford, 1972 Page 189. Ford was not a natural administrator, but he a was an experienced political professional. His practice was to steer clear of jurisdictional rivalries, avoid having confidants within his cabinet, have private sources of advice outside the cabinet, leave "management and program implementation

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    separation of powers

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    can check the powers of the other 2 branches ensuring that one branch doesn’t become to powerful One of these branches is the legislative branch this is the branch that includes congress, they are responsible for making laws. The second branch of government is the executive branch this is the branch that includes the president, they are responsible for carrying out laws. The last branch of government is the judicial branch, this branch includes the Supreme Court they are responsible for making sure

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    run. There are also many similarities, which we must take into account. Both Democratic Governments have similar structures, containing a legislative, judicial, and executive branch. Yet, these structures are very different internally, containing specific duties that the other country’s branch may not have. The Executive Branch refers to the Presidential seat in both governments. The Presidency is a paramount institution, not only of the Mexican Government but of the US Government as well. The Countries

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    A Bottle of Tyme

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    destroyed by the Arab invaders. The UEC is lead by President Hartford, who was elected to her second term just before the conflict first began between the United States and the Arab Empire. She heads the executive branch of the UEC, while the Senate embodies the Legislative branch. The Upper Senate is comprised of 4 Senators from each representative country, regardless of size or population. The Lower Senate has membership based on population, and so, each country receives one Lower Senator for

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    the executive branch was much smaller and weaker than as we know it today. Consequently, the legislative branch was unquestionably dominant. Over the course of history, the executive branch grew in both size and power to the point where it occasionally overtook the legislative and today rivals the legislative in a much closer political battle. Today both branches have major factors that contribute to their power, but on the whole the legislative remains the lastingly dominant branch. Several aspects

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