As you may know, I represent Mr. Marc Donatelli in any and all actions that he may have against XXXXXX for that entity’s efforts (or lack thereof) regarding its investigation of threats and harassment directed at Mr. Donatelli by Ms. Patience Rhoades, a known prostitute, and her cohorts. For several months, Mr. Donatelli has been harassed and threatened by friends and family of Ms. Rhoades after she turned to Mr. Donatelli for help, but left inappropriately. This began in Lewisville, Texas. My client has asked me to inform you that he has sent packets of evidence to each of the agencies depicted below. In doing so, he sincerely hopes to put his dispute with Ms. Rhoades to rest.
On December 7th, 1941 the Japanese attacked the US navy based at Pearl Harbor. President Roosevelt went before Congress and asked Congress to declare war on Japan. Congress did. The US wanted to stay out of the war to repair internal issues stemming from the Great Depression. Our economic structure was just getting back on its feet and our military had been down-sized due to funding and a popular (voter) distaste for war after the horrors of WWI. FDR lend lease act allow the U.S to produce weapon to assist allied.
“Terrorist attacks can shake the foundations of our biggest buildings, but they cannot touch the foundation of America. These acts shatter steel, but they cannot dent the steel of American resolve.” George W. Bush delivered this speech on the night of the September 11 attacks. The shattered steel of the Twin Towers, once towering the New York City skyline, forever changed America and its response to terrorism. The largest foreign attack on U.S. soil appropriately gave reason to Americans to recoil in fear and lose trust in the future, but in reality, the country displayed the opposite reaction. It rebuilt upon the shadow of the past. The World Trade Center, before and after the September 11 attacks, remains a symbol of world peace and perseverance
On September 11, 2010, three jets were hijacked and destroyed twin towers in New York City and hitting the Pentagon. This terrorist attack killed over a thousand of people and plotting a huge spot in history. It affected people who lost loved ones in the tragedy. It also made people feel people feel unsafe to go airplanes and to travel anywhere. As a result to 9/11 the government response was to fight back, because of their response it was criticized. The government wanted to invade Iraq, but invading them wasn 't going to take back the damage they 've done to America.
On September 11, 2001 terrorists affiliated with Al-Qaeda hijacked and crashed two American airplanes into the Twin Towers, killing thousand and injuring hundreds. This was the worst terrorist attack in American history. It showed that even the most powerful country in the world was subject to attack. This attack exposed the vulnerability of the United States as a nation. The 9/11 attacks changed the country forever; some lost family members, friends, and those who survived are forever hunted by the events of September 11, 2001. The entire country was in pandemonium including my family.
Moreover, our countrymen had a choice to become anything they wanted, but they chose to defend our great country and freedom we so graciously enjoy. Now is not the time to dismiss such bravery not to mention commitment. The people of the United States need to stand by our soldiers
Have you ever heard a speech that has affected you or made an impact upon your life? Well, the speech on “Announcing War Against Iraq” by President George H.W. Bush affected the lives of millions of Americans. This speech was given on January 16, 1991 and uses three motives of influencing Americans on the war against Iraq. This speech is remarkable because it influenced many people. It is highly regarded today because it announced a war upon Iraq.Throughout the course of this speech analysis, we will cover the emotional, logical, and ethical appeals that are in President Bush’s speech.
Throughout the decades, history has recorded all the wars in which the United States has participated in. Some may consider that the United States’ participation in foreign affairs may have been cruel, or unnecessary; while in other cases, others find it essential for the United States to fight for the common good. Therefore, philosophers—in the pursuit of justice—have designed methods that dictate how a nation can justly engage into a war, one of this methods being the Just War theory. The Just War theory, invented by Saint Augustine around the 4th century, allows to determine when to initiate a war and the level of violence that is justified (Maiese, 2003). The United States participation in the Korean, Vietnam,
“If we learn nothing from this tragedy, we learn that life is short and there is no time for hate.” This quote comes from Sandy Dahl , the wife of the pilot on flight 93. When thinking about 9/11 this quote comes to mind because on that particular day, the world was reminded how short life really is. This quote also intertwines with 9/11 because it teaches us how there is no time to hate, but to move forward and help each other hand in hand. Even though I was only a year old when September 11th happened, I want to understand this horrific event that went down in history of the United States. These attacks were a changing point in American society because it increased the security in American airports, started a war in Iraq and Afghanistan,
Every American knows of the horrifying terror attacks that took place on September 11th, 2001, in New York and Washington, DC. The terrorist organization al Qaeda hijacked four airlines and flew two of them into the World Trade Center in New York, and one of them into the Pentagon in Washington.The fourth plane was stopped mid flight by its brave passengers and did not reach its intended target. Innocent civilians were now the casualties of war waged by an extremist muslim terrorist group based out of Afghanistan. The United States had never witnessed any terrorist attack of this size on its own soil previous to 2001. This was a day that American citizens would remember forever, not only because of the events themselves, but because of the
America has gone through difficult times with war, but has gone through harder times with the war on terror. Terrorism is defined as the use of terror or threat. The war on terror became a big deal on December 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor was bombed by hundreds of Japanese fighter planes, but has been a bigger deal since that attack on the Twin Towers in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington, D.C.. The bombing of the Twin Towers and to the Pentagon was like a Pearl Harbor but for the 21st century. Terrorist turn to violent means such as killing and bombing of the government.
The Vietnam War was a long, torturous, and costly war. America had officially joined the war in the beginning of 1950. They were providing massive military and economic support to France during the French Indochina War, France’s attempt to control Vietnam. The military and economic support was provided by the Eisenhower and Kennedy administrations. Before Kennedy’s death, he announced that he would try to remove the U.S. forces from South Vietnam. After Kennedy’s death, Lyndon Johnson came into office as the new President. His opinion’s and beliefs were opposite from Kennedy’s, as he continued to send large amounts of American troops to fight the South Vietnamese, wanting to
I’m currently reading a book by Naomi Klein called Disaster Capitalism that has led me back to the worst terrorist attack in United States history, 9/11. I remember how CNN and Fox were being flooded with the news daily. The story told was, Al-Qaeda members crashed commercial airplanes into the world trade center and the pentagon killing thousands of people. This event is the center of a popular conspiracy theory, because of what unfolded after. The United States invaded Afghanistan and Iraq on the presumption they had nuclear weapons, and introduced the patriot act. Conspiracy theorist believe that the execution of the September 11th, 2011 attacks were by someone else other than Al-Qaeda. One of the prevalent theories I’ve read online was
9/11 will never be forgotten, it happened almost over 15 years ago and if you ask anyone that was there our watching it live they will remember what they were doing during it. My opinion about Congress suing Saudi Arabia is that America should be allowed to Sue them because it will give the families of the falling closure they are missing. Tons of families today still are very sad for the family members that they have lost and if they could go to Saudi Arabia they would go and bomb something of theirs that has lots of people to make everyone feel the pain they have to feel every day of their life.(http://kut.org/post/why-families-911-victims-want-sue-saudi-arabia) During the 15th anniversary of 9/11 the House was under pressure to follow suit. Many members of the House are looking for the person who paid the hijackers it’s going to be a tough task because it happened over 15 years ago a lot of people have come and gone in that time. Here are a quote from one of the family members "I want somebody to be tried and convicted and executed," Mathers says. "And I want to be there at the execution."(http://kut.org/)
On the other hand, was it an excuse to stay over there to try to get oil? My time in the country, I have rebuilt schools, improve irrigation, eliminated enemy threats, and improve farmland all over the country. Never forget that when Uncle Sam gave the order to go somewhere, I did not ask questions I just simply carried out the order. We do not necessarily all believe in all the things that the politicians say what we are doing is all politically correct, but I know that I did make a difference to the people of the Middle East. So do I think it is justified? Yes, most certainly. Even though I have lost many great, brave soldiers in battle. Do I think we should be over their right now? Yes, A lot of people may think that I am crazy for thinking this but what I have come to realize as being a soldier myself is that it does not matter who got us in the war or why we are fighting it, what matters is who is still over