The thing that confuses me the most is that the people from The Civil Rights Movement fought so hard for equal voting rights, but the modern American citizens’ still don’t try to vote even though now all the citizens’ can vote. If we are given a right that people died for, then we should take a stand and vote, so that elections can be fair. Americans’ should vote to voice their opinion on important matter to move the country forward. Voting have to be mandatory for all citizen. There should be an equal participation
The question “Would you Re- Enlist” is significant because it shows who will stand for America or back down. I will stand with America for all my life if I need to. Why is it important to ask whether a soldier at Valley Forge should have Re- Enlisted? Well it’s important because it gets you thinking about the hardships and good parts of Valley Forge. But you should always be in a well hearted attitude because if you say you are going to die you might die.
In the year 2013, President Barack Obama explained in his State of The Union Address that he would like to take the initiative to give every child the chance to have early on education. Despite many people agreeing that something should be done to help boost the education system in America, there were also argument that came up with this idea being presented. Some of these people argued that by going through with this idea, money would be taken away from taxpayers as well as the government. The supporters of this project state that by going through with this idea, this project could have outstanding effects on the children in their near future. The main driving factors that make these two sides so opposite is the targeted people that will be affected.
They didn’t want to earlier. This reason is causing me to re-enlist because we would get more help and maybe even clothes. “We have experienced little less than a famine in camp,” Washington wrote to Patrick Henry the following February. I have decided to re-enlist because the army needs help, they are in terrible conditions, and the congress wants to help. I will re-enlist because we will get more help.
If I re-enlist, it may encourage others to re-enlist and my help could be a big part in whether or not we win the war. This question is significant because it allows the men to think about other things, other than the awful conditions. Such as winning the war, In our world, people in the Army, Navy, Airforce, or Marines they must decide if they re-enlist or if they should go home. So the real question is: Do I stay or do I
The key idea of my argument is to explain why I want to not re-enlist based on the three reasons. It matters to ask a soldier, whether or not they would re-enlist because if everyone were to re en-list, it wouldn’t matter if you re en-listed or not, but if no one were to re-enlist, no one would stay to fight the war. Yes, we do need more healthy men to fight in the war, but if these are the conditions soldiers have to live with, then many would die just from the brutal conditions and not even from fighting in the war. If they supplied the soldiers at Valley Forge with warm living places and warm clothes, many, including myself, would most likely re-enlist and help fight the war. But without that, I think quitting would be the best solution for me.
The backlash on the ruling is much warranted. I say this because if we took a national poll, the ruling would be that gay marriage would not be allowed. We live in a democratic society where the people "should" rule but as always, the government has the final say. Although I do agree with the backlash and understand why it is happening I still hold firm to my belief that they should still be allowed to marry. I believe this because if my neighbors who are both males were to marry each other, why or how does that influence or affect my life.
Many people believe that if the act is passed, it would encourage other immigrants to bring their children over as well just so they can become U.S. citizens. This would increase the number of illegals we have in the U.S. That would also take away education spots from American students and make it much more difficult for them to obtain scholarships. Also, one of the ways to become a citizen, according to the DREAM Act, is by being a member of the military. This is a reasonable concern for the people who view military as honorable way to serve our country. Some immigrants would simply join the military just to obtain citizenship and that destroys the honor and sacrifice it takes to be a member of the U.S.
Intervention strategies that are best suited for veterans when a social support from other soldiers, friends and family members. The family council will help strength the family bond and relationship satisfaction, and lower divorce rates than individual treatment. “Crisis counselors can refer clients to marital counselors or provide it themselves for increased treatment effectiveness” (Kanel 181). What are some intervention strategies that would not work with this population, and why? Intervention strategies that would not work with the military community is a soldier coming back from deployment and not getting the help he/she need to cope with PTSD.
Their motivation can be blocked by training and education that ignores adult learning principles" (Real-Time Frontline, 2013). Honestly, I apply for this master's program because I was hoping that once I graduated, there would be more opportunities for me. I realized that I really did not know what I wanted to do with my Sociology degree but I did know I did not want to be in school too long. My external motivation is finding a better job and making a higher salary, in order to live conformably in Los Angeles. My internal motivation is to have job satisfaction and be very passionate about my
After reading Stan McChrystal 's article in the Washington Post, how a national service year can repair America? McChrystal are use the civil participation of service in the US would mend the younger generation socially. The national services in the United States that he states in his article the most useful for this type of growth socially would include military services, community services, and peace corps or Americore this he believes would renew the support of citizenship in the youth of America even though he stresses that it runs deeper than political issues. However, He 's trying to pursuit the most recent low trust in government and social issues among younger generations in American politics and elected leaders Who are to uphold these laws. The examples he gives from his background in the military stresses the gap that is created with in the military in the last 13 years of how one percent of the population is serving in the military and how the lack of experience of service to their country has somehow brought in a loss of confidence in doing things for their nation.
By not having, the budget or flexibility to continue to train for future operations places our national security in jeopardy. Placing Soldiers on the battlefield for a mission they have not received the proper training for, is unacceptable. Sequestration is the culprit and Congress can fix the issue by approving a realistic defense budget. By not maintaining, a robust modernization program will set the stage for conflicts in the
A recent article, Trump, Republicans set timeframe for introducing Obamacare replacement posted on reuters.com states previews to some key aspects of the replacement. One statement said by Republicans, “intend to repeal the penalties for Obamacare 's mandate requiring individuals to get coverage and employers to provide it, the policy brief said.” I believe that this will be a very bad decision. If you are going to remove the penalties, then less employers will offer health care to their employees. This will increase the cost for individuals to get health care insurance on their own and will cause many to not get health care insurance due to the cost. If what I predict does happen, do you have plans to solve
Hi Simeon, The Bills of Rights was put into place to protect the rights of the people (Patterson, 2013). Without the Bill of Rights there would be much chaos in America. Do you think we are slowly losing our rights? Are not our rights to worship being placed into question? I think that the Bills of Rights was a great move of our forefahers, I don 't think they could foresee the complexity it would soon bring.