By developing a new kind of party activist and supporting strong candidates willing to reach across the political divide, we could move past politics as usual. It was this understanding which attracted me to my first post-college job as a Houston field organizer for Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s gubernatorial campaign. I was inspired by Governor Abbott’s personal story as a man able to overcome his circumstances to become the state’s first wheelchair aided governor. I believed fundamentally in the campaign mission of building a stronger Republican Party through improved engagement with historically neglected minority communities. The campaign shared my belief that a successful political party in the 21st Century requires elected officials who reflect the diversity of its people, and that Republicans have a special obligation to show that our values are universal ideals applicable to people of all faiths, races, abilities and sexual
Palin returned to the University of Idaho in January 1986, and received her bachelor’s degree in communications with an emphasis in journalism. In August 1988, she got married to her high school sweetheart, Todd Palin. Following the birth of their first child, in April 1989, she helped in her husband’s commercial fishing business. Palin register in 1982 as a Republican and she are faithful to party sense then. Palin begins her carrier in the politics in 1996 as a Mayer of Wasilla.
The removal from the train had an effect of young Franklin, “It would be too much to claim that my mother’s calm talk removed a burden from my shoulders” (Franklin 711). His mother could not remove the burden of the racial segregation since it was the law during this time period. “But it is not too much to say that her observations provided a sound basis for my attitudes and conduct from that day to this.” (Franklin 711). His mother demonstrated she could only influence her son’s attitude; she could not change the laws. “I Shall always be happy that my mother taught me that the journey to understanding and tolerance was more important than the journey to Checotah.” (Franklin 712).
Running Head: THE DREAM ACT Name Course Instructor Date Is the Dream Act helpful to undocumented immigrants in the United States? After being around for many years, the bill of Dream Act has reintroduced Lindsey Graham, Senator for South Carolina and other participants. A discussion between the president of U.S and congressional Democratic leaders focused on the combination of the Dream Act and the issue of border security as the components of the overall immigration deal. It is important to note that passing the bill would come as a win for Democrats who support that the bipartisan bill will form the foundation of compromise to protect the beneficiaries of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. The Dream Act mainly aims at
Hillary Clinton has been involved in the United States government for countless years. From serving as Secretary of State, Senator from New York, First Lady of the United States, and a practicing lawyer and law professor, Hilary has been a revelavent face in terms of the United States government and foreign policies. Hillary is also running for United States presidency in the 2016 election. If elected, the Arab-Israeli conflict will be affected based on Hillary’s potential plans of resolution. In Clinton’s foreign policy memoir “Hard Choices” , a
The election is coming to an end, and speeches are made by the convention. In this Essay, I am go-ing to analyse the themes children, American future and solidarity in the speech of Michelle Obama. The essays will focus on rhetorical forms off appeal, sender/receiver and the purpose of the speech. Furthermore, the focus will be on references to Donald Trump. “Great rhetoric abilities together with the use of certain rhetorical appeals shapes memorable speeches and a convincing speaker”.
president. He led America to victory through the first World War I and came up with the Versailles Treaty's Fourteen Points, which was his final decision into letting the world know that he was to ensure world peace after the war. Wilson was an educator and he supported the 19th Amendment, which was an amendment which gave woman equal rights like man which will give them the right to vote. Wilson didn’t support giving woman equal rights to vote at first but when he got elected at the time giving woman right to vote was big and it was being brought up when he entered the white house. He gave it some thought because he seen woman wasn’t giving up because they protested outside of the white house peacefully but eventually turned to violence.
Even though Margret studied chemistry at her college, she was always into law to politics. In 1946, the same year she attended Oxford University, she became the President of the Oxford University Conservative Association. In 1947, Margret earned a degree in chemistry and moved to Essex to work as a research chemist. After graduating, Margret never stopped her interest on politics. She ran as the conservative candidate for a Dartford parliamentary seat in 1950.
Eleanor was controversial first lady because of outspokenness, particularly on racial issues. She was the first presidential spouse to hold regular press conferences, write a daily newspaper column, write a monthly magazine column, host weekly radio show, and speak at a national party convention(wikipedia). September 28, 1948, Eleanor gave a speech on the struggle for human rights in Paris, France. This speech was only a couple days before the adoption of the declaration of human rights. In the her first speech, she introduces what she thinks is the greatest
David Yamada’s family stressed the importance of education, and because of this, he obtained a master’s degree discontinuously. Judy Yamada holds a high school degree, she obtained an insurance license and a cosmetology license. “everything I needed to know I taught myself,” (Judy Yamada, March 21, 2018). Kenny Yamada has a bachelor’s degree and Dorothy has a high school degree and two years in the business school. Kenny spoke about how getting a college degree drastically changed their families social class.
The two senators I chose were Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer. My two congressmen were Rick Allen and Alma Adam Senator Dianne Feinstein, built a reputation on an independent voice, as she works for both Democrats and Republicans. She works on making California better she has worked to build significant record of legislative accomplishments. Dianne has oversaw the nation’s 16 intelligence agencies as she was the first women in a chairman position. Has passed bills like the cybersecurity and others.
Lila Diane Sawyer was born on December 22, 1945, in Glasgow, Kentucky. Diane 's father was a Navy captain in World War II and later on became a respected republican politician. Diane always stayed active as a youth and because of that she was voted "most likely to succeed" by her classmates. When she was 16 years old, her older sister, Linda, became first runner-up in the 1962 Junior Miss Competition. Following in her sister 's footsteps the following year, Diane became the 1963 Miss Junior Miss of America.