Improvise: Terrorist, Jail overcrowding, School safety, Environmental protection, Minimum wage raise, Money debt , Welfare Hello my fellow Americans of the U.S.A the greatest country alive in the world today. I am here to make america great again and i will try to fix the problems of america like for example, rights of groups that are having trouble getting noticed or dealt with. Another thing that we’ll need to fix is drug problems, addiction, and conviction voting and the reason is, do you have a relative that has been convicted of a crime and has done or is doing drugs and is addicted and wants to vote well i will fix that problem. Well, that is another thing that will be fixed along side immigrants that come here ILLEGALLY and unfairly
It is here where King gave his most memorable speech known as the “I Have a Dream” speech. This speech was based off King’s yearning for equality and peace in America. He did an excellent job in painting a mental picture for every individual present of what he believed would become the future society in the United States. This day had an enormous part in the passage of the Civil Rights of 1964. A year later King helped lead another campaign that forced Congress the Voting Rights Act, which guaranteed everyone in the Untied States a right to
*A picture showing the newly elected President, Franklin D. Roosevelt, whom is jovial. * Additionally, continuing along in Season 3 of House of Cards, Francis Underwood, now being President, continues to extend his desire for power. In Episode 2 of Season 3 "Chapter 28," Francis Underwood introduces "America Works" with the Democratic leadership. "America Works" is Frank Underwood 's plan to provide employment through various sectors, which it 's main goal is to employ ten million people unemployed. He even ultimately refers to Franklin D. Roosevelt, and says his vision was similar to his vision, and refers him as the "Greatest Reformer in United States 's History."
we have today.John Locke impacted us the most when giving us the ideas of natural and equality The enlightenment thinkers impacted the united states today by having good ideas of natural rights and ways of running the government which influenced the people and government among the people in this certain government.The grievance that change the U.S. “For quartering large bodies of troops among we the people.This grievance is a social contract stating that people had to house soldiers during the war. This grievance impacts the people today by showing that people are lucky that they don 't have to house soldier and shows how free we actually are.The amendment that affects people today tremendously would be the second amendment about the right to
The parties that passed these acts had the best intentions in mind, and intended to improve life in America. And on the larger scale, these acts were leaps forward, and shaped America into the country that it is today. Sweeping generalizations aside, however, there are several cases in which the Federal Highway Act actually ruined people’s lives, rather than improving them. These Federal Highways, while brilliant in theory, were poorly planned. They were based off of the German Autobahns which Eisenhower had seen during World War Two, and were streamlined to optimize transportation time to all parts of America.
With a career path set out by both his parents, Shane Ortega seemed determined to change the minds of those who rendered transgendered people invisible and objectified. Moreover, he establishes the idea that the current issue with trans inclusion in the U.S. military is that there is a blatant discrimination and sexual assault prevalence. With relation to sociology, Shane Ortega’s agency, the freewill to change society, allowed him to push for a change in the way the U.S. military views the transgender community. In contrast, the social structures that are already set in the U.S. military prevent and limit Shane from fulfilling his ultimate goal: to provide equal rights for the transgender community. Additionally, Shane Ortega mentions the implementation of “integrated training” is the solution to the rampant misogyny and hypermasculinity in the U.S. military.
For example, Patrick Henry’s “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death” speech is a key example. He uses very persuasive and to the point arguments such as when he says “They tell us, sir, that we are weak; unable to cope with so formidable an adversary. But when shall we be stronger?” as he tries to convince the First Continental Congress that now is the time to strike back at the British. Another very article would be “Common Sense” by Thomas Paine. The structure of this article seems to be amazing because he writes an essay with such amazing attention getters to start each new paragraph.
While some people choose to spread the message of change through more discreet routes like music others like John F Kennedy like to write a straightforward speech on it. In 1961, John F Kennedy 's’ Inaugural Speech was crawling with the idea of change. He stated multiple times the it was long overdue the idea of change should turn into a movement. “Let the word go forth from this time and place to friend and foe alike, that the torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans--born in this century, tempered by war, disciplined by a hard and bitter peace, proud of our ancient heritage--and unwilling to witness or permit the slow undoing of those human rights to which this nation has always been committed, and to which we are committed today at home and around the world.”. his words of passing the torch from generation to generation symbolises the responsibilities that are being handed down through each generation and despite all hardships change for the better will eventually come.
I believe that the Cosby Show and Good Times really changed how the typical American Family was viewed. I think this was a major turning point in our culture because it caused our culture to be viewed in a much broader sense. I think the shows of the 1990’s gave people a look at the imperfect lower-middle class family, which also broadened our views on what the American Family looks like. I personally really like Roseanne because I can really relate to the type of household the show depicts. Today, in 2016 I think the American Family is depicted in so many different ways that we being an entire country is seen as one community, even though there are so many different ethnicities and cultures in the United States.
By using we, us and our he includes everyone and unifies the citizens of the United States and the world. Kennedy says “Let the word go forth from this time and place, to friend and foe alike, that the torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans -- born in this century, tempered by war, disciplined by a hard and bitter peace, proud of our ancient heritage, and unwilling to witness or permit the slow undoing of those human rights to which this nation has always been committed...” He is saying that the old generation had passed their ideas on to the new generation who are willing to sacrifice so that their rights are not taken from them. By saying “friend and foe alike” he is bringing everyone together and not letting them be different just because they are a friend or a foe. Additionally by describing traits of all the Americans, he unifies the citizens of America because all were tempered by war and proud of their heritage so it allows citizens to bond of common history. The torch being passed to a new generation is a metaphor which Kennedy uses to show that the original colonists’ ideals were not beginning forgotten but instead carried