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  • My Best Friend in the Entire World

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    My Best Friend in the Entire World Everyone needs a best friend in her lifetime. She needs somebody that she can trust and go to with her problems. A best friend should be there for you all the time, no matter what the situation may be. In my case, I have known my best friend for my entire life. My best friend happens to be my younger sister, Brittany. She is only thirteen months younger than I am, so we are very close. Having Brittany as my best friend has made me into the person I am today

  • Economic Globalization Impacts the Entire World

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    Globalization, or globalisation in its literal sense, is the process of making, transformation of some things or phenomena into global ones. It can be described as a process by which the people of the world are unified into a single society and function together. This process is a combination of economic, technological, sociocultural and political forces.[1] Globalization is very often used to refer to economic globalization, that is integration of national economies into the international economy

  • Mad City: Movie Analysis Of How The Media Controls Our Lives

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    The movie Mad City demonstrates to us how the media can control our lives. The media is willing to go to any length for the money a story can bring. Max portrays the role of humanity in this film. Max represents the humanity of the media. He seems to be the only trace of humanity in all of the media. Max starts out the story being a money-driver, but he develops into a person. He began telling his intern that she should have taken her camera with her to the wounded man. Why? It is that because his

  • America Needs Moral Leadership to Bring Justice to an Unjust World

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    America Needs Moral Leadership to Bring Justice to an Unjust World Injustice is unavoidable and all over the world, justice is violated. Almost everywhere people are persecuted in their own countries, the innocent are sent to jail, and people are victims of violent crimes. These acts of injustice affect the global community and inhibit the spread of equality and righteousness. In “The Letter from Birmingham Jail,” Martin Luther King says that “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere

  • Abortion Choices

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    realize that the clinic had been bombed. If only I didn’t have a controversial job, then there wouldn’t be so many deaths. Abortion is a controversial and political issue that is widely debated. Abortion is a public health problem that affects the entire globe. Since Christianity was established and the Ancient Romans ruled, the concept of abortion was known. However, abortion was not used since the expected age of death for four out of 100 people was 50 years of age. At the time of the Catholic

  • Where Did My Morality Come From?

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    Penecostal missionary, the leader of the Penecostal churches of Alaska. From a young age my parents instilled in me biblical moral values. The Old Testament 10 Commandments were a basis for my moral beliefs, until we got cable. Cable opened up a world to me that was not all news broadcasts and Saturday morning cartoons. Channel 34 was MTV, supposedly the representation of my generation's social structure. TV movies and shows influenced me to the point of altering my moral foundation. No

  • For the Love of One's Nation

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    nationalism. Nationalism makes a person have love, pride, and an emotional union with the nation to which they belong. Being happy and loving one's nation can be a good thing as long as this pride is kept within reason and does not engulf a nations entire existence and lead to racism and the feeling of superiority towards others. A persons pride and loyalty for their nation-state has been a recent development, since previously a persons loyalty went to one's "crown, religion, city, or clan" (Weatherby

  • Catcher in the Rye

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    J.D. Salinger, Holden Caufield, the main character is a negatively charged person, doesn't want himself or others around him to grow up, and suffers from depression because of his brothers death. This is obviously Holden's way of alienating the entire world and delaying the consequences of facing reality. Alienation is a big theme in Catcher In The Rye, and something that Holden depends on most often. Holden Caufield is a negatively charged character as expressed on the first page of the book before

  • Ethics of Cloning

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    major happened. Then, after more than 271 tries before the process was successful, in July of 1996 Dolly was born. The sheep was cloned from an adult cell by Dr. Wilmut and his team. Dolly was in newspapers, on TV's and in magazines across the entire world. She, to this day, is probably the most famous sheep ever. Dolly was the beginning of something amazing yet so debatable. Some people have hope that one day we can actually clone humans for purposes like giving unfertile parents a chance to raise

  • Washington D.C: Our Nation’s Capital

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    Washington D.C: Our Nation’s Capital Although the entire world is familiar with the City of Washington as the United State’s capital, the city was nonexistent when we became a nation in 1789. Thanks to the brilliant design of the French born engineer, Pierre Charles L’Enfant and his assistants Benjamin Banneker and Andrew Ellicot, our capital city that was once a swamp now is beautiful with many different parks, gardens trees, tall buildings and wide avenues. Washington, District of Columbia