• Election 2000 George Bush
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    The 2000 United States presidential election included two major candidates Al Gore and George Bush. Another man by the name of Ralph Nader also played a major role in the outcome. Nader is a democratic member and he took away many votes from his fellow democrat, Al Gore, which could have really helped Gore win the election. As we stand now, George W. Bush will soon become our 43 rd president. On November 7, 2000 many voters were excited and ready to vote. As votes were being cast, the public wa...
  • Gore Or Bush Court Recounts Man
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    Gore or Bush Should Al Gore or George Bush be the president of the United States. Bush is the man that should and will fill the position. Out of all the candidates Bush stands out as the strongest stingiest leader. George Bush is the best man for the job. Bush also rightfully won the White House. In reference to the recounts, they should not even be considered. The only way Gore could win the job was with a court ruling. Even if Al Gore were to take office, it would go against the law of the la...
  • Gore Vs Bush Social Security
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    Term Paper State and Local Government Steve Wenzel Michael Vir nig There were several major issues that separated the Republican and Democratic candidates during the 2000 presidential campaign. On Abortion, Al Gore Strongly supports a woman s right to choose and making abortion safe, legal, and rare. Strongly supports making abortion safe, legal, and rare. Opposed to requiring parental notification. Opposed to partial birth abortion except where necessary to protect the life or health of the mot...
  • George Bush Economy Growth Kerry
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    The upcoming presidential election of 2004 could prove to be the most vital in our nation's history. Therefore, every issue is of importance; however, this paper will focus on George Bush and John Kerry from a non-partisan standpoint, and which candidate would be better for our economy. The economy is always changing, causing recessions as well as periods of growth for our country. However, each candidate is inclined to think he has the right answer or direction. Before deciding who gets your vo...
  • George Bush President Elected United
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    GEORGE BUSH The votes were in; the election was over. On the 20 th of January 1989, Republican George Herbert Walker Bush became the forty-first president of the United States. After serving two previous terms as Ronald Reagan's Vice President, he defeated Governor of Massachusetts Michael S. Dukakis to earn his new title. Bush had become President at a time when many Americans were uncertain about their country's future. The federal government was intensely in debt due to prior years of budget ...
  • George Bush Gore Gun Guns
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    Nov-3-00 Block 4 Candidate Letter 564 words November 3, 2000 Dear Ms Latour ell, When you vote I think you should vote for George Bush. George Bush doesn't have as much experience as Gore, but He is highly educated and does still have a lot of political experience. George Bush's plans on certain subjects such as social security and Medicare, gun control and education are better that Gores and are more realistic. George Bush was born on July 6, 1946, in New Haven, CT. His religion is Methodist. ...
  • American Public Gore Bush Campaign
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    "Election 2000 "to-close-to-call.".. How" Democratic candidate Al Gore and Republican candidate George W. Bush have been in a "to-close-to-call" race for the presidency since the campaigning began. With the distinct differences of the candidates how could this be Al Gore's position on the major issues, political experience, knowledge and America's economic growth and prosperous state in the last eight years should have the given Gore the winning votes. However, in Gore's campaign he focused larg...
  • George Bush In The National Guard
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    Bush's National Guard Service fact has evidence to support statements and fiction is not based on truth but is created. National Guard service is a major part of the political campaign this year as well as last year and is a topic that is debated about extensively. George W. Bush's duty in the National Guard Service had facts tagged to it, but also caused critics and those who do not support Bush attached to his service, to speculate. George Bush's history in the National Guard first started in ...
  • Presidential Candidate Profiles Nader Bush Gore
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    Candidate Profiles I. Al Gore A. US Vice President and Democratic presidential nominee Al Gore, was born on March 31, 1948 in Washington D. C... His father Albert Gore Sr. , a congressman from Tennessee, served in the House of Representatives and his mother Pauline La Fon was one of the first women to graduate from Vanderbilt Law School. Gore, a Baptist, attended Harvard where he received a degree with high honors in government. Even though he was strongly opposed to the war in 1970 Al joined t...
  • 1988 Presidential Election Vice President
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    Bush vs Dukakis The 1988 Presidential Election On November 8, 1988, Republican Presidential candidate Vice President George H. W. Bush was elected as the forty-first President of the United States of America. Bush defeated Democratic challenger Governor Michael Dukakis by a ratio of a bout six-to-five. 49 million people voted for Bush, netting him 426 electoral votes while 42 million voted for Dukakis getting him 112 electoral votes. Strangely, a man not even running for President received an e...
  • War With Iraq United States
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    The war with Iraq began about fifteen years ago. Still to this day people are torn between going to war and trying to keep peace with Iraq. Back when the United States first had a problem with Iraq was when they invaded Kuwait in 1990, and refused to leave. Their were three main causes that made Iraq invade Kuwait. The Iraqi leaders have always considered Kuwait to be part of Iraq because of the way it used to be a long time ago. Second, the country of Kuwait is full of oil. I am sure that was ...
  • United States Bush Military Intervention
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    What Leads to Intervention? : A Case Study of Intervention During the Bush Administration As Commander-in-Chief of the most powerful armed force in a world plagued by small military crises, the question ultimately becomes: when does a crisis call for intervention? From 1988 to 1992, this was President George Bush's dilemma. The days of the United States fearing embroilment in international affairs due to the towering menace of the USSR and global destruction ended at about the same time as Bush ...
  • Liberal Bias In Media
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    Liberal Media Plain and simple, Media is bias. In anyway that you would like to put it, this statement is a fact. The country always seems to have something to say about media depending on the current events happening at the time. If it's a republican, the media is too left-winged, and if it's a democrat, then the media just seems to head right a little too much. Bias media has plagued the United States ever since Watergate though, Of course it existed before that, but Watergate totally portraye...
  • Media Bias Presidential Candidate
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    Is the Media Bias Many people including myself believe that it is. On the other hand, there are people who believe that media is not biased and just states facts. These people (i. e. my dad), who believe that media is not biased also believe that everything on TV is true, in my experience. We see bias in media (print or broadcast) many times. It might be the subtlest of things that is unnoticeable to more blatant attempts. The fact is bias is everywhere and it is very difficult to separate the ...
  • Effects Of 2000 Elections On America
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    The Election that Turned on the Lightbulb in America The election process has finally ended, and out from the dust, a new president comes forward. Like an old Western movie, the battle between two foes has prompted a new method of handling the town's affairs. As a result of the election, the country will benefit enormously from the mistakes it had uncovered over the past month or so. We have found a new faith in our judicial system. As well as a new found respect for the slogan, "every vote coun...
  • Governor Bush Texas School Education
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    Road to the White House 2000 George W. Bush, currently 54 and Governor of Texas, was born in New Haven, Connecticut. His Political experience includes being the Governor of Texas since 1995. He was also a candidate for U. S. House of representatives in 1978. His military experience is serving in the Texas National Guard for 6 years. Like most Republicans his stance on Abortion is Pro-Life. His stance on other issues are as follows: In favor of the Death Penalty, Against Gay Rights in most insta...
  • Semiotics Analysis Governor General
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    Part A In our modern culture, a societies opinions, beliefs and understanding of their environment is shaped heavily by the information that is presented to them through the mass media. One of the many mediums that the media use as a tool to inform the public is visual art such as the political cartoons that appear in many newspapers on a daily basis. On the surface these cartoons seem to be depicting the illustrated individuals in a comical manor and scenario that is relevant to their current r...
  • Film Review Three Kings
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    Three Kings is a 1999 Hollywood film directed by David O. Russell. The film gives a real-time depiction of post-war Iraq, with a blend of fact and fiction. The director shoots the film in a third person view that focuses on four soldiers, and their quest to take Saddam's stolen gold. Three Kings starts with a depiction of Army camp-life in Iraq, the film quickly focuses in on four main characters, Archie Gates, Tony Barlow, Chief Elgin, and Conrad Vig. They have secretly discovered a map leading...
  • Desert Storm Political Ramifications
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    Operation Desert Storm: History Essay Examine the political ramifications that formed Operation Desert Storm and to a lesser extent Operation Desert Fox On the 17 th July 1990 Saddam Hussein Accused the country of Kuwait of overproduction and theft of Oil. The US ambassador told G. Bush Snr. that is was a Arab problem that did not concern the UN or America. When Saddam annexed Kuwait the UN declared it invalid and America sent in troops. In the opinion of the general public what was happening? T...
  • Bill Clinton Years Roger Degregorio
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    Bill Clinton's Road To The Presidency Essay, Bill Clinton's Road To The Presidency The life of President Bill Clinton was a life of family problems, success, and hard times. He is one of the most determined and hard-working individuals in America. He had an interesting experience in working vary hard to become the President of the United States today. William Jefferson Blythe was born August 19, 1946 in Hope, Arkansas. His mother was a young woman by the name of Virginia Blythe. Three months bef...