Accomplishment William Jefferson Clinton commonly known as Bill Clinton he informed great retail political. Bill was born in 1946 and was the 42nd president of the United States from 1993-2003. Clinton graduated from Georgetown University, attended Oxford University and received a law degree from Yale University. Clinton profession is to become a politician in his career, Clinton becomes a democratic leader in 1974 U.S. House of Representatives, and Bill Clinton was not successful.
Paul Galley an accomplished environmentalist enters the controversial debate about Hydrofracking in New York, with his article “Hydrofracking: A bad Bet for the Environment and the Economy” published in the Huffington Post on January 05, 2012. Galley states “Net-Net, fracking is simply bad bet” fracking poses serious risk to New Yorkers. Galley, president of Hudson Riverkeeper has worked for over twenty-five years to protect the environment and support local communities, as a non-profit, public official and educator. This piece continues his devotion to protection of the Hudson River, and the drinking water supply of New Yorkers. Galley effectively convinces his audience through his use of appeals to pathos and logos that hydrofracking will have negative impacts on New Yorkers.
Harry S. Truman, the 33rd president of the United States. He was born on May 8, 1884 in Lamar, Missouri. Truman was best know for dropping the atomic bomb on Japan that ended world war 2. He did this to save American lives. When franklin Roosevelt was president he barely even seen roosevelt or knew him.
Ronald Reagan is a man of many talents, whether its on the big screen in movies of in the white house running the country. Being a great young actor in hollywood wasn't enough for him. H decided to give it all up to go into politics and eventually become the 40th president of the United States during one of our countries darkest periods. These aspects of Reagan's life are probably the most important and distinguished accomplishments for him. Reagan was born on February 6, 1911 in Tampico, Illinois too Nelle and John Reagan.
Black American History had a major role in the development of the present day United States. Slavery was the foundation of the Confederate states economic growth. This essay will focus on Booker T. Washington a man born in Virginia as a slave and with dedication earned a decent education and processed to do good deeds with it. As a slave he would package salt and work in mines and was allowed to walk to school during his free time. Booker T. Washington's accomplishments were founding Tuskegee University and being the first African American to dine in the White House and publish more than forty books.
Born in Richford, New York in 1839, John Davison Rockefeller was the second child of his parents and had five siblings. He did not have an easy and wealthy childhood as his father was a part-time salesman and a full-time philanderer. Therefore, his mother always struggled hard for their livelihood and her first son had to stay away from his family to make more money for lengthy periods. Young Rockefeller helped with the general household chores and also earned extra income by raising turkeys and selling potatoes and candy. People described the young Rockefeller as a well-mannered, earnest and studious boy.
History is filled with the names of famous American firefighters, Benjamin Franklin, established the first fire department. Allan Brunacini, Fire Chief of the Phoenix Fire Department, and first active fire service member to hold the position of chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). Red Adair, international oil well firefighter known for fighting over 1000 oil well fires. These names, though impressive fall short of others in fire protection that should be mentioned. Molly Williams, part of the Oceanus Engine Company firehouse in 1815 was the first African American woman firefighter.
Everyone tends to have a different opinion when it comes to topics such as politics, national security, and health care. That is why it is so hard for America to pull itself together. Democrats claim one way is the best route, while Republicans tend to have a different view. We all fly the same flag and we all are under the same authority, so we must all be able to answer the same simple question. How can we make America great again?
History of the social sciences have made record of the different personalities and attributes that make up an individual. Having data can be of later reference to learn more about people and the way they interact with their environment. Studies in personality have helped develop testing and therefore able to have evidence about future outcomes. As a social scientist, Erich Fromm looked into the way people feel about their position in the world. He accepted that the world can be a corrupt and immoral place to live in.
When Donald Trump built Trump Tower in 1983, it became one of the most recognizable mixed-use skyscrapers in the world, as it is visually striking and very elegant with its sawtooth faceting. Rising 664 feet above 5th Avenue between East 56th and East 57th streets, Trump Tower was completed in 1983 as the tallest all-glass structure in Manhattan. Der Scutt, of Swanke, Hayden & Connell, designed the 58-story mixed-use skyscraper. The tower’s design was brilliantly executed with nice landscaping hosting vocal performances during the Christmas seasons, and has become the most charming display in The Big Apple famed for its Holiday Celebrations.
Why Donald Trump is Unfit to be President The 2016 presidential election results were shocking to many. Donald Trump, the newly elected president, had a surprising victory that has left many fearful for the future. He made many troubling promises during his campaign (building a wall, for example) that could be detrimental to the United States and other countries. Trump also verbally attacked and insulted other candidates and politicians during his campaign. Donald Trump is unfit to be president, because he has no political experience, frequently makes inappropriate comments about others, and often ignores proven facts in order to make his arguments.