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    Dick Cheney

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    Dick Cheney On July 25, 2000 George W. Bush, nominee for President of the United States announced his Vice Presidential running mate, Dick Cheney. But who is Dick Cheney. What does he stand for and what qualifies him to be the next Vice President of the United States. That is what I intend to prove in this report. To truly understand a man, you must know where he comes from. Dick Cheney was born in Lincoln, Nebraska, on January 30, 1941, but grew up in Casper, Wyoming. He attended high school

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    The cover of this issue of The Economist depicts one of the greatest misconceptions I have encountered regarding economics and finance in my professional career as quantitative analyst as well as in my personal pursuits regarding the subject matter. “Hope” for a brighter economic future is depicted as a center piece of “White Light”, whereas the politicians that the world population of “Little Fish” looks to for answers are far removed in the top right hand corner. The manner in which The Economist

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    The Environmental Platform of the Republican, Democratic, and Green Parties The Environment has become a hot topic in political platforms as of late. With noticeable changes in weather patterns such as El Nino, La Nina, and the steady increase in the average daily temperatures, environmentalist group's views and values have become the views and values of more of the general public. This topic has even resulted in more support of the Green Party and its leader Ralph Nader, who some environmentalists

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    Robert Latimer is a father that had a daughter with Cerebral Palsy. In an attempt to stop her suffering, he placed her in the cab of his truck and connected the exhaust into the cab and let the trucks engine run. It took some time but it eventually suffocated Tracy Latimer. So this brings up a question of the use euthanasia on disabled humans. This Father may have performed the euthanasia himself, but the use of euthanasia on disabled people is an idea that has been proposed in the past. In this

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    Presidential Debates Presidential debates are a modern television age creation. The nominees of the two major parties did not debate until 1960, when Republican candidate Richard Nixon faced challenger John Kennedy, the junior Democratic Senator from Massachusetts. This first debate helped Kennedy win the presidency because his youth and vitality showed through the television, and he seemed more energetic and enthusiastic than Nixon. Although the 1960 debates were popular with the public

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    enhanced interrogation us... ... middle of paper ... ... planes into Heathrow Airport, and buildings in downtown London. The critics of the program should be asked; “which of these attacks I have just described would they prefer we had not stopped?” (Cheney 5). All in all, enhanced interrogation can be an effective and acceptable means of gathering information that has been shown to protect the lives of U.S. citizens. Though similar in that enhanced interrogation methods and torture force information

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    I became interested in the process of hydraulic fracturing, commonly known as “fracking”, after watching the documentary Gasland II. It chronicled the experiences of those who inhabit areas in close proximity to active fracking wells in Pennsylvania. Detailing how their lives had been affected by the drilling, focusing on water contamination and illnesses that potentially could be linked to the chemicals used in the drilling process. At the end, I had questions about the actual process and the

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    Terrorist Suspects

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    On January 27th, President Bush, in an interview with the Times, assured the world that "torture is never acceptable, nor do we hand over people to countries that do torture." Maher Arar, a Canadian engineer who was born in Syria, was surprised to learn of Bush's statement. Two and a half years ago, American officials, suspecting Arar of being a terrorist, apprehended him in New York and sent him back to Syria, where he endured months of brutal interrogation, including torture. When Arar described

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    Mo' Money, Mo' Greed & Corruption The American dream: a spouse, a few children, a lucrative job, a nice home, and of course, some material luxuries. Those who are able to realize this goal have my respect and they should be proud of their accomplishments. However, my beef arises with the very few Americans who greatly surpass this dream. Yes, I mean the multi-millionaires and billionaires of America. The wealthiest one percent of our nation owns half the financial assets and 38 percent of

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    war & peace

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    Throughout human history wars have always been fought whether it was about natural resources, territory or nationalism. But the one thing that has remained the same is that war has a negative impact on the human condition. Because of the wars In Iraq and Afghanistan one of the biggest issues our soldiers face when they come home is Post traumatic stress disorder. PTSD is a condition that happens when someone is physically harmed or is threatened with physical harm. Most of the people that we associate

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