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    Rush Limbaugh

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    Rush Limbaugh Rush Limbaugh has done much more than just change the style of talk radio, he has become somewhat of a political leader for many Americans. He has been the type of spokesman many people have been looking for. “Why am I being called the most dangerous man in America?” Limbaugh asks his listeners. “ Because I am right, and I enjoy being right.” (June 3, 1995, The Philadelphia Inquirer) Rush has caused people to change their views of the country and it's political leaders. He's had many

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    In 1996, Congress passed the Telecommunications Act thereby lifting restrictions on media ownership that had been in place for over sixty years (Moyers 2003; Bagdikian 2000: xviii). It was now possible for a single media company to own not just two radio stations in any given local market, but eight. On the national level, there was no longer any limit on the number of stations a company could own – the Act abandoned the previous nation-wide ownership cap of forty stations (20 FM and 20 AM). This “anti-regulatory

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    favorite song on the radio, a college student?s escape from reality or a form of entertainment to a married couple, music brings everyone together. Music definitely affects the lifestyles of people in many different ways. The diverse styles of music makes people look and act differently. Music has many different levels. To me, levels meaning; the more independent and progressive the music is, the more the fans take it to the extreme. Music creates style. It causes people to talk, act, and dress

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    The poem that I am going to talk about is the Unknown Citizen by W.H Auden. I am going to talk about what I first glimpse in the poem but then after further study what you actually see. At the start of the poem under the title it has a serial number, also it shows that he is getting a monument erected in honour

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    Higgins Clark, begins by easily catching my interest as it automatically discusses its first conflict. It’s setting falls in October in the very busy city of New York. The protagonist, Dr. Susan Chandler, is a young clinical psychologist who hosts a radio talk show. The conflict starts on a Monday when Dr. Chandler discusses on her show about lonely women who disappear and who are later discovered dead. Dr. Chandler brings up one specific case of a lady named Regina Clausen. Another lady calls in the

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    American Character by Colin Woodard, is a book about America’s history and the upcoming of how the United States has become. Woodard starts off first explaining what it was like when America was colonized by the New England colonists and goes onward to present-day America. A book like this should be deemed great for a political history class because of the vast amount of information it has. Although, this book is exceptionally very small for a book of such kind, Woodard loves jumping around from

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    The existence of communication gap between parents and children has served as a barrier for creating a healthy relationship in a family. Age gap is the primary reason for the prevalence of communication gap. This is divulged everyday in a local radio station that explicitly states, “If the music is too loud for you, then you’re too old.” Parents need to accept and respect if not appreciate the “music” of the younger generation. Similarly, children must learn to accept and respect the “music” of

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    Freedom of Speech vs Censorship

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    We are blessed to live in a country that has many rights, the most important is the freedom of speech which provides an umbrella of protection over our remaining rights; however, all of our rights are under attack beginning with the First Amendment which is under constant assault by censorship. The Constitution of the United States says that “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the

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    Suze Orman Essay

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    guru and financial advisor started out with quite limited funds and a very limited knowledge of money. Barely finishing her college degree, Orman turned her life around and experiences success now as a highly praised author, television personality, radio show expert guest, and more. The real beauty of her story is the story of the first investment that got her started, and how she turned $2,000 into a net worth of $35 million. Orman was born in the south side of Chicago, Illinois in 1951. She was

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    Admittedly Committred

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    Admittedly Committed All I could do was stand there and shiver. I don’t know if it was the fact that all I was wearing was a hospital gown and a pair of socks or if it was the fact that I was in a mental hospital. I was standing there, waiting to be put in a room for the night and I would be reassigned in the morning. Laying down on what felt like a stone with linens thrown on it wasn’t very comfortable at all. Sleep was the least of my worries at this point though; I was wondering how to stay warm

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