Ad hominem is known as a logical fallacy which people use to attack others by their character. Obviously, Michelle Obama used Donald Trump’s sexual misconduct scandal and his abusive comment on women to oppose him as the U.S. President. She implied that Trump does not have the qualification to be the next U.S. President. Michelle Obama showed her disapproval for Donald Trump and persuaded everyone to vote for Clinton by listing Clinton’s achievements throughout her life and implied that Hilary has all the characteristics to be approved by the U.S. - “We know that when things get tough, Hilary doesn’t complain. She doesn’t blame others.
This news frame by ABC news is called “Federal prosecutors suggest reality winner harbored dark thoughts”. Michael Strahan grasps the audience’s attention by saying, “Explosive new claims against Reality Winner. The 25-year-old government contractor accused of leaking top secret documents.” Continuing, he introduces Brian Ross, who is a nation-wide renowned investigative reporter. Although Winner had a high level security clearance as a government contractor, the public only knew of her fitness life that she posted of online. Even though Winner has physical strength, she lacks in mental strength.
Barbara Ehrenreich in the article “Ice T: The Issue is Creative Freedom”, claims that suggests that people are over reacting to song lyrics referring to killing cops. Ehrenreich brings in different song lyrics from different songs and points out how many of them are referring to violence, but that they are protected under freedom of speech. Barbara as a writer herself wants people to stop saying that current words and lyrics should not be sang because they are offensive and will suggest to kids that it is okay to do those things. She wants to inform everyone that listens that even if the lyrics are saying something bad it will not cause people to think that it is
In the Article Dumbest Anchormen While reading this article the main focus was to show you how the movie Anchorman and real life new anchors can be one in the same. Ron Burgundy plays a chauvinistic anchor who doesn 't believe a female can hold a spot in the news nor does his counterparts. What Jonah Goldberg 's article was trying to show was the media back in the 2012 election were biased against Obama 's campaign. They never fact checked their sources, and accused him of stealing from Medicare to put back in Obamacare just put it out for everyone to see not knowing if it was correct. Senator minority leader Mitch McConnell’s, “Barack Obama has been running from the nation 's problems.
In her essay, No Need to Call, Sherry Turkle says that “The person to whom you are writing shouldn’t be able to see your process of revision or how long you have been working on the message” and “The best communication shields the writer from the view of the reader.” (p 374) In this quote she was referring to sending a typed email or text message, but in the case of a YouTube video this can also be found to be true. Because of YouTube many people have found the courage to “come out of the closet” and declare their sexuality to millions of their viewers. Some even record their experience coming out to their parents and upload that just to encourage other people to “come out” as well. To some it may not make sense to share something private with so many people around the world, but that just goes to show that the atmosphere created by viewers for these YouTubers is very supportive and positive. YouTube is not just about posting or watching a video anymore.
Vox Magazine states, “While the world rages on and problems like starvation, a massive refugee crisis, and homelessness remain unfixed, people in America — including an American presidential candidate — are arguing over a red beverage container.” Also, this debate has drawn focus away from the November 13th massacre in France. Instead of arguing over a cup, these celebrities should be trying to educate their audiences about worldwide issues. But at the end of the day, Starbucks probably did not intend this major response to its holiday cup. Instead, Starbucks intended that the cup be treated as a blank canvas, according to an article on Today. “Over the past few years, our customers have been showcasing their work on Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest, and we even held a contest to support this creativity.
She will seek and destroy terroristic groups such as ISIS. When Mrs. Underwood needs to strike a terrorist group its will be hard and destructive. Mrs. Underwood will NOT make economic partnerships or deals with nations that have human rights issues. Although she will work with allied nations and seek congressional approval. These policies will make her a good choice for presidency because her main focus is to keep America safe and will do whatever it takes to do
This organization of women along with Clinton rallied for the release of their videos (Bill Barrow). Lastly, in the presidential debate, Trump stated that when stop and frisk was in motion crime was at an all-time low. This observation proved to be false. According to businessinsider, the New York City Civil Liberties Union, which is a civil-rights organization that is in opposition with the NYPD, “confirmed the decline in stops (Christina Sterbenz). “ In conclusion, Trump’s push to include stop and frisk could be dire for the nonprofit community.
1. What was Mary Fisher referring to and why did she use this example in her speech when she said: In 1992, a large portion of society believed that people with HIV/AIDS were drug addicts or gay man. Therefore, when Mary Fisher spoke at the Republican National Convention she shocked people because she represented a demographic that was exempt from the viral condition. Further, Fisher as a wealthy, upper-middle class, white mother also from a well-known family was announcing, publically, that she was HIV positive. She used herself to exemplify to people that if they thought they were untouchable or that they could never test positive for HIV; they were just as vulnerable as she was.
This would be a great point in the argument, if the government did not exempt breastfeeding women from this law. In America, West Virginia and Idaho are the only states that do not protect nursing mothers against the indecent exposure law, and Wyoming, South Dakota, and Michigan stop their protection of breastfeeding mothers at the public indecency law (Nursing Freedom). This would be the only way for society to stop women from nursing in public, but by women being protected by this law anyone who tries to stop them can be convicted of