Now America has elected Donald Trump as president. People are now regretting that decision because they don 't think Trump will make America great again. Right now America doesn 't know if trusting trump was a good decision or a bad one cause people cant see the future and see if America is great or worse than what is now. Trusting anyone completely can lead people to their
And although the path ahead was long and treacherous, the United States would one day forge its way into history and rise up to become one of the most powerful countries in the world. The year is now two thousand seventeen, and the United States seems to be divided once more. People continue to fight for and be denied equal rights, violence is a part of everyday life, and lines are being drawn down the middle of our nation. Riots, discrimination, brutality; certainly this cannot be the future our founding fathers once dreamed of. The future that millions of men and women have sacrificed their lives to build.
As the Republican Party struggles to find common ground among its caucus and keep president Obamas political agenda at bay the tea party has made that reality impossible. At first the movement was refreshing to some angered republican voters but as time passed the tea party rhetoric has destroyed any confidence among supports of the GOP. Further I want to be able to understand the overall consensus of the Tea Party movement among republican voters and beyond. In what ways has their existence benefited the Republican Party the most if at all? Additionally in what instance have they had the biggest impact on elections within the party from congressional elections all the way to the defeat of Mitt Romney in 2012?
In Cal Thomas’ article, “Is the American Dream Over?”, he rebuttals against liberal writer Bob Herbert. Herbert had listed reasons why the American dream is suffering for the new generations. Hebert wrote, “…the economy and jobs, the public schools, the budget deficits, the nonstop warfare overseas -- you 'll see a country in sad shape. Standards of living are declining, and American parents increasingly believe that their children will inherit a very bad deal." Cal Thomas rebuttals by saying that Herbert does not point out who is to blame for those declines.
Leave It All On The Field Have you ever been in a situation where you doubted something you were hoping for so much you thought it was impossible, then it actually comes true? Best feeling ever right? That is exactly what happened that day. It was 2013. My softball team had gone undefeated all season.
The racials barrier have been broken, so now all americans have the same chance the white americans have for the american dream. If people can 't achieve there dream it is their fault because that means they didn 't put in enough effort to achieve what is the american dream. How much you put into achieve your dream is how much you will get out of it.The american dream has changed drastically since the early 1900s but is still there just a little bit harder to achieve. It is amazing that the idea about the american dream has last for such a long period of time. “We all know, of course, that the American Dream exists because we live in a nation founded on certain extraordinary principles.
Over the last decade congressional polarization has increased at alarming rates causing Washington insiders and outsiders alike to worry about the future of American politics and democracy. While Democrats and Republicans on The Hill cannot agree on much, they both acknowledge that the increasing level of polarization in Washington is crippling the entire legislative branch, thereby undermining the greatest democracy in the world. Numerous public opinion polls, over the last few years, have shown that the vast majority of the American public, regardless of party affiliation, disapproves of, and feels unrepresented by, the extremely polarized legislature (Gallup, 2016). However, year after year, despite how many Americans become disgruntled
There aren’t many stats I can rely on, but I think it is true that in the past few years people have become very extreme with their politics. What I mean by that statement is that the middle ground seems to be going away, and people are drifting to either left-wing or right-wing. I think this starts at the top, recently Congress has become very unwilling to compromise and work together, fostering the idea of extreme party loyalty. I think now more than ever people think in terms of Democrat and Republican, rather than right and wrong. Both sides blame each other and believe the other side is what is wrong with America when in reality they are both poisonous.
What this does is it makes the people who lost their jobs see themselves in the image of the people in the ad. And as the ad progresses, it states that it doesn’t need to be that way. That Americans can have their jobs back if and only if they vote Trump as their president. When people start relating or seeing their narrative in the ad, they automatically sympathies with the ad, hence, trump being our president. And this is what Lakeoff talks about in the first chapter of his book.
Readers analyze the speech as an essay that appeals to the common American and is a speech that makes them feel connected to the president and politics. Finally, President Obama handiness with select words allows him to draw the listener in and capture their attention. It also shows that even though that he won the the presidency he will not show off, but will continually work to make America better place than it ever
The fact is that Trump doesn’t have a grand plan and his ideas are typical conservative-American. He is playing to the American dream at a time when the citizens are beyond frustrated with the do-nothing politicians in office who are sweeping all of their problems under a floor rug. Both the economy and security has initially left our country, and people are finding themselves desperate for any kind of hope. The deportation ideas that Trump has brought to our attention may be found completely absurd, but have been done before under a loved president. The concept of keeping illegals out of our country and that one cannot simply take upon residency without permission is not insane.
Kendra Bogosian Geography 1401-001 10/28/15 Current Event 2 There has been much debate over the years, among Americans, questioning whether FEMA is doing more harm than good. In the article, “Horrors of FEMA disaster Relief,” many facts are given to discredit FEMA. WND discusses how the brain behind FEMA’s decision-making process is complete chaos. Some states have had to “hire consulting firms just to try to navigate the paperwork, with consultants earning as much as $180 an hour – all of which is billed to American taxpayers,” when they already are required to pay enormous amounts of money to the government. FEMA, once supplied Hurricane Katrina victims with trailers that had excessive toxic levels of formaldehyde, that lead to the illness of many.
Bernie Sanders is the most straightforward, false promising, and too good to be true socialist I have ever seen. If Bernie Sanders becomes the president, America would rise and fall at the same time. The people would believe in all the good promises that may not even be kept. His promises will do good for the people, but will do horrible for the economy. When Bernie Sanders first becomes president, things will begin to go downhill for him.