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    September 11, 2001, United States had some terrible terrors. These terrors happened on WTC in New York City, and the pentagon in Washington DC. These are the most famous terror which is called 9/11 attacks in 21th century. Therefore, President George W. Bush issued a new military order for against terrorism. Many terror suspects had military tribunals, but it is very different with district courts. It is more strict and closed tribunals, so everyone only know the result of tribunals. And military

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    No Child Left Behind

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    No child left behind Act (NCLB) was put into practice on January 23, 2001 by President George W. Bush. The No Child Left Behind act or “NCLB” ensures that each individual child will be guaranteed an education, no matter what level they are at in their academic level. On Jan. 8, 2002, President Bush signed into law the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. It allows the opportunity to have a better education system in schools. This act will enhance and insure the education and performance of students

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    electoral college

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    Is the Electoral College the right compromise for America? The Electoral College system has been used to elect certain government officials for over 200 years and in those 200 years it has undergone many arguments on whether or not it should still be used. Most of the arguments are against the system, which are in favor of abolishing it or changing it and I agree. The founding fathers established the Electoral College in the Constitution as a compromise between small states and large states.

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    Since the foundation of America, the Electoral College has been the means of deciding the next president of the United States. Until the recent fiasco in the 2000 Florida presidential election, most people accepted the Electoral College as a fair way to decide a future president. In truth, the Electoral College has always been imbalanced and unfair. It was originally designed in Article II of the Constitution, so that each state receives an elector for every senator (two per state) and representative

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    President George W. Bush holds potentially significant consequences for women's rights, particularly a women's right to choose. Abortion, a hot button topic of main stream society, was first made legal in the United States with the Supreme Court's landmark case of Roe v. Wade in late 1973. The Court's current configuration favors abortion and a woman's right to choose by a five-to-four vote. But many political and Court analysts believe that these next four years will give President Bush the opportunity

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    Alzheimer's in 2004, a slow, lingering disease that took a decade to kill him Nancy Reagan and all of her family, except for Michael Reagan, have mounted a campaign to encourage President Bush to relax restrictions on embryo stem cell research. Fifty-eight senators, almost all Democrats, sent a letter to President Bush, urging the same action. Science, medicine in particular, exists to serve the human person; a balance can and must be achieved between the great promise of stem cell research and respect

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    Economic Accountability

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    the market price is less than the producer surplus or profit. This leads to an inefficient mix of outputs. A more efficient economy leads to a better utilization of our resources and a stronger economy. National Defense and Iraq Both Kerry and Bush believe that troops should remain in Iraq until business is finished. I disagree with this... ... middle of paper ... ...o 2004. 19 April 2004. Nader for President 2004 General Election Committee. 23 October 2004 < http://votenader.org/why_ralph/index

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    War On Terror War on Terror this phrase came from George W Bush during the time of 9/11. This wasn't just for 9/11 this was a battle to stop all terrorist threats. terrorism is the use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political claims. there are more than one type of terrorist there are bioterrorism, eco terrorism, and many more terrorist use their tactic for different causes and reasons. Some use it as a act of war or to oppose a threat. A major battle in the war against terror

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    Outside Evaluation: The Patriot Act

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    single most horrific event in modern US time. If we have learned anything from these ungodly acts, it is that America is very resilient. A little over a month after the September 11 attacks, congress passed a provision that, former President George W. Bush, signed into law. This law is called the USA Patriot Act. The purpose of this law was to ensure that future attacks initiated on US soil, would be avoided. Many citizens have mixed emotions concerning this law, due to the fact that it reduced

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    The Importance of Improving Public Education

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    Syracuse University Press. 1968. Print. Isaacson, Walter “How to Raise the Standard in America’s Schools.” Time Magazine 15 Apr. 2009. Print. Jackson, Derrick Z. “The Death of Public Education.” The Boston Globe 6 Apr. 2010. Print. McLaughlin, Milbery W. “Evaluation and Reform: The Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, Title I.” Ballinger. 1975.

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