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    Politics

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    president: George W. Bush and Al Gore. Yes, everyone is thinking it: another “lesser of two evils” election. Voter turnout is at an all time low. People are fed up with their “choices” and just do not vote. Currently the races for president is a dead heat, not because people do not care or are not informed, but because the people have seen that all the candidates are the same. There is no choice because there is no difference. There is little difference between Al Gore and George W. Bush and the

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    attack on our country, President George W. Bush addressed Congress with an unplanned State of the Union address. Bush used great amounts of tragedy with a direct vital tone to deliver a very important message. Ultimately, this message would reach out to the American people as a whole, not only for remembrance of the people who lost their lives, but also as a plan of action for what would lie ahead. With America still in doubt about the twin towers, George W. Bush presented his information in a well-organized

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    Post 9/11 Essay

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    “One of the most important post-9/11 efforts made to counter terrorism and the spread of weapons of mass destruction is President Bush's Proliferation Security Initiative (PSI)” (Gaffney). The crisis on September 11th brought forth many new pieces of legislation. September 11th significantly improved travel and safety regulations in America. On September 11th 2001, four planes were hijacked by 19 terrorists (Bosco). Two planes were crashed into the world trade center, one into each. Another

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    resulted in the death of more than 2,700 people. These attacks were on a scale never before seen and as a result of this, national security measures needed to change. This was the dawn of the U.S “war on terror” implemented by former President George W. Bush in order to protect the nation from future terrorist attacks. The “war on terror” is unlike any other war the U.S has ever fought in the past. This new enemy does not identify themselves with uniforms, but rather they blend into the civilian population

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    The Problem of Internet Pornography

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    explore the extent of the pornography problem on the Internet, and why they are not as confident under Bush as they were under Clinton. It's one of the hottest industries in America. Yahoo! has profited from it. It's Internet pornography. And with the growth of the Internet, business is booming. But the leaders of the adult entertainment industry are worried. They see the election of George W. Bush and his appointment of Attorney General John Ashcroft as a signal that there may be renewed interest

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    that they had to take measures to make sure their customers felt safe while flying. President Bush provided 20 billion dollars for changes such as stricter background checks and tougher security requir... ... middle of paper ... ...ction? Research into Stories, Scams, Hoaxes, Myths, and Urban Legends on the Internet. Web. 06 Mar. 2011. . Military Quotes. "George W. Bush Quotes. President George W. Bush Quotations." Military Quotes and Quotations, Funny Quotes, Mottos, Military Jokes and Humor

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    The Iraq War On Terror

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    because of Hussein’s unwillingness to participate in weapons inspections became a messy situation that would last over a decade. President George W. Bush announced his trademark “War on terror” and, as a result, invaded Iraq on the grounds that Hussein was hiding weapons of mass destruction which threatened world security. Prime Minister Tony Blair concured with Bush and believed that the world would be safer when Iraq disarmed itself. One year after the invasion of Iraq, Hussein had been captured, no

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    Presidential Debate

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    Presidential Debate Al Gore and Governor George W. Bush are running for the Presidency. The two candidates are in Presidential Debate to allow the voters to get an understanding of where they each stand on certain positions and policies. Bush and Gore have some similarities and differences on certain positions and policies discussed in the Presidential Debates. Education is an issue discussed in the Presidential Debate. Bush and Gore both agree that there is nothing more precious than educating

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    9/11 Reaction Paper

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    Ever since the attack, people were afraid to fly internationally. In 2002, the Department of Homeland Security was formed by the Bush Administration to “strengthen border security.” The immigration policies in America became stricter. Tourist visas given to those in Pakistan dropped 70% after 9/11, Americans flying internationally dropped, and deportation rose to 104% from 2001 to

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    President Bush and Prime Minister Blair delivered speeches shortly after the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Centers in New York and the Pentagon in Virginia, which occurred on September 11, 2001. The Former President George W Bush utilized pathos, anaphora, and personification in his speech to convey an optimistic tone. Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, addressing the same topic, utilized mild invective and parallel structure to express an affirmative tone. Throughout the speech, the

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