• Women In The Military
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    Women in the Military Gun shots go over head. Bang, boom, run, run, run, hurry, go, boom, is all that can be heard. It's completely dark outside. You can barely see ten feet in front of your face. All that can be seen is outlined figures of individuals running every which way. Shouting is coming from every direction. What should you do? Every second you think leaves your body vulnerable. You are in the middle of a high intensity fire fight. All of sudden you feel a little weak in the knees. You...
  • Role Of The Military Today
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    N. Schmidt-WN Government The Role of Todays Military in Todays Post-Cold war era. The role of the United States military has been a question of the government in this modern post-cold war era. The fall of communism has put away any external threats to national security and made America the worlds last superpower. The government must decide what to do with the worlds strongest military. Several questions have arisen since the end of the cold war. Should the U. S continue build its military to ke...
  • Computer History United States
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    Introduction Computers affect the lives of nearly everyone living today. No matter where it is that someone calls their home; there is almost a certainty that they have some sort of daily interaction with computers or some kind of computer driven device. Every morning, millions of people of every field imaginable go off to work and start up their computers. These daily activities occur often without much thought, but there are more than just minor factors that have led up to the development of t...
  • Death Penalty People Punishment Capital
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    DEATH PENALTY Many people will argue that capital punishment is inappropriate as a proper means of punishment for murder and rape. The truth is the death penalty is the most effective form of retributive justice for those crimes. The death penalty is a fitting punishment for violent crime because executions maximize public safety through a form of incapacitation and deterrence. The death penalty has been around since the days of Moses and it is still around today. The reason for this is simply b...
  • United State States War People
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    Throughout the past 70 years the U. S. has been involved in hundreds of conflicts all around the globe. Every time the United States troops are deployed to a foreign country, citizens of the U. S. want to know why. People begin to ask questions like, "what is the purpose of this" or "what is the nature of our involvement" Nobody wants to see the strong youth of our nation shipped of to a foreign country to get slaughtered without good cause. Millions of American men and women have devoted their...
  • North Carolina Gatlin War General
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    Richard Caswell Gatlin (1809-1896) of Kinston, Lenoir County, North Carolina was a United States Military Academy graduate, a decorated United States Army officer, the first Confederate General to command in the State of North Carolina, and North Carolina's last Confederate-era Adjutant General. During his 29-year infantry career, Gatlin saw action in all the significant American military conflicts of the middle 19 th century and commanded various army posts in the expanding American West. At th...
  • Homosexuality And Discrimination Gay Straight Alliance
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    Protection laws have been formed, to protect homosexuals against harassment and discrimination. The physical and emotional effects, of harassment and discrimination can be traumatic. Even though many government and business policies have been formed to protect homosexuals against discrimination, they are still physically and emotionally abused because of how society views them. Recently the number of homosexual related hate crimes has increased. In San Fransisco two gay men walking home, holding...