We Need Free Tuition, Yes we do, How about you? In the article “The Argument for Tuition-Free college”, by American politician and lawyer Keith Ellison, he argues why free tuition is not only necessary but could be beneficial in the long run. Ellison discredits the financial aid system, as well as pointing out the flaws in the economy when it comes to jobs for in lower income degrees. All while , underlining the corruption of the government when it comes to where they spend America’s money.He is speaking directly to the American government, in order to make them see the to fix the high education system, so that higher education is achievable. Keith Ellison posted this on the American Prospect, a political magazine, while he was the representative
I will explain how Kapernicks taking a knee protest kept going on after being “black balled” by the NFL using evidence from my source USA today “Absent Kapernick inspires.” Kelly Brown Douglas a professor at Union Theological Seminary stated “they focused on him and not the protest. And they said it wasn’t all right for him, as a black man of color, to protest ill treatment. Meaning instead of focusing on what it is Kapernick is trying to bring attention to which is Police Brutality let’s focus on him and make it about disrespecting our flag and the
He wants to raise awareness of the little things that impact the American lifestyle so much, such as sports and celebrities. The introduction starts with Moore openly speaking his mind, by saying, "I [Moore] used to console myself about the state of stupidity in this country..." (128). He makes a clear statement about where his argument will be headed. He begins his attacks on those that have become experts in sports education, whom he calls "jocks and lunkheads" (129), and doesn 't even spare the
College athletes have never been paid, but many people believe that college athletes are already getting paid when they receive full and half ride scholarships. When they receive those scholarships, colleges pay for their room and board, tuition, and books. However, there are athletes that do not even get that. Some athletes have to pay for college out of their own pockets. Plus, it is believed that athletes already receive special treatment.
The founding fathers had no idea that they would win the war, showing that they are fighting for their strong beliefs even though history has it hard to distinguish between luck or fate for the United States. Following the preface into chapter 1, the readers can tell that this chapter is not in chronological order as it shows his insight to his thesis and to persuade the reader to engage more and continue the book. Ellis noted that the founding fathers feared civil war from a breakdown in the federal government leaving a famous “Duel,” referring to the chapter’s title, between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr. The author establishes the stakes that these men faced for the government of the present and for the future of the United States not knowing the impacts they we’re about to make. Ellis’s research compels the knowledge for factual truth and uses precise detail to support his theory in order to create a balance between reality and
Corporate Sponsorships Corporate Sponsorships are a major help to not only students but various companies and schools today. Many schools greatly benefit from corporate sponsorships as they help out with buying sports equipment and providing the athletes with gear to wear. Even though schools might have an ad on their jerseys or in their gym they should be thankful because the corporate sponsorships help pay for many items throughout the programs. There are many ways to prove that corporate sponsorships can be very beneficial for schools through rhetorical support and argumentative techniques. Although some parents do not totally agree with certain ads placed in front of their kids; the money gained helps out all the sports programs so they can have nice uniforms and travel suits, and also this helps companies get their name seen and heard.
Trickle-down theory hypothesized that if the government took care of the rich and powerful, the wealth would then begin to benefit the rest of the community. Instead of benefitting everyone, the rich just got richer and everyone else got nothing. Since the wealthy continue to be the only people to see these benefits, their version of the American dream has evolved into something unrealistic for a profitable economy. In the article, The Evolution of the American Dream, O’Mara quotes James Adams, a Pulitzer Prize winning historian who states, “It is not a dream of motor cars and high wages…” (2). Since the American dream has gotten out of reach from 90 percent of the population, the rich keep profiting while everyone else continues to lose hope in the idea of a successful life.
The structionalists’ side of the argument is further contributed by Gretchen E. Schafft in her book Racism to Genocide. While, all other sources that have been mentioned argue points to show how the scientists are not totally accountable. Gretchen opposes their arguments and confirms that the scientists are to be held accountable for the deeds committed during the war. Gretchen mentions throughout her book that the German scientists informed the Nazi Political views and help shape the German Reich to form rational, unified homogenous state . Gretchen states, that while Hitler was fighting for power, he found ideas that he needed already in place.
Better players always symbolize better teams or clubs. While both NFL and college football players are well-trained football players, college football players excel to other extent. The college football players play for what is on the jersey but not mainly for money. They play for the pride of their schools. Even though they still get paid, they are college students who have to pay portion of school expenses.
Amateurism in college athletics is an exploitation of the athletes who participate in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) sports. The amount of work that is done by these athletes to help their respective institutions generate millions of dollars in revenue, goes seemingly unnoticed when identifying the substantial amount of money flow in NCAA sports and the amount of people, from stakeholders to alumni, that benefit from this source. Amateurism, the foundation of NCAA sports, has been in place for over a century of time dating back to the early 1900s. Any athlete who is making money for work they’ve done outside of their institution is not being exploited, however, an athlete can easily be placed on the other end of the spectrum