Joseph Epstein’s prejudices are fairly obvious in his article, “Trump and the Plutocrats Hubris.” His innate inevitable bias is reflected through his use of verbal irony, diction, and tone. He describes his childhood experiences with businesses and the notions of success in his conservative middle-class origins. He saw first hand the unspoken rules of economic prosperity in social environments, and applied them to the mindset of our President, Mr. Donald Trump, through literary devices.
There has been a shift, it would seem, in journalist integrity and reporting style of political news media over the past several decades. The shift began in the 1970’s when the now prolific Rush Limbaugh was just starting his career in the broadcast industry, but the rise of conservative media is largely attributed to “sweeping deregulation of the media (particularly the removal of the Fairness Doctrine and the easing of ownership restrictions)” (Sobieraj 410). This paper will attempt to trace and analyse the spread of influence and the nature of conservative rhetoric of not only Rush Limbaugh, but right-wing media in general. When analysing right-wing media it is important to consider its origin.
The upcoming presidential elections focused the conversational spotlight upon the presidential candidates. Samuelson takes an aggressive stance against Trump where he hones in on the impossible “Trumpanomics,” pointing out the contradictions that “are so obvious that they raise questions about Trump’s understanding or motives.” Before getting deep into the critical article and Samuelson’s detailed explanations on Trump’s inconsistencies with his policies, readers receive knowledge on his economic plans. Included in this article is extra information prevalent to the subject and invalidation of Trump’s proposals making the flow of logic easy to follow without having prior knowledge which allows for a wider range of targeted audiences. A diverse
Milton Friedman was an American economist and statistician best known for his strong belief in free-market capitalism. During his time as professor at the University of Chicago, Friedman developed numerous free-market theories that opposed the views of traditional Keynesian economists. A diminutive man known for his strong-willed and combative style, Mr. Friedman provided the intellectual foundations for the anti-inflation, tax-cutting and antigovernment policies of President Ronald Reagan and British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and an era of more-disciplined central banking. His ideas helped to end the military draft in the 1970s, gave birth to staple conservative causes such as school vouchers and created the groundwork for new economic views about the Great Depression, unemployment, inflation and exchange rates. Milton Friedman forever changed the ways of our economic concepts and the way economics will be viewed.
Donald J. Trump is known to be use highly personal in tone when addressing a crowd. Moreover, he is dialogic in his content and has a large diction which makes him hostel while making his speeches. This makes him an orator because he uses his facial expressions, gestures and other body languages that demonstrate his oratory skills. Additionally, his personal tone in the speeches is marked by the frequent use of the pronoun “I”. This shows that he voices his personal beliefs, interests, opinions, and biases as proof of his democratic
The speaker’s voice was extremely effective because she was outspoken and passionate about the subject she was speaking about. She maintained very good eye contact with the audience throughout the speech and asked questions to get people involved. When she would make a joke or get excited about something she would vary her vocal range and get louder, she told us that the reason she is so loud is because she was from New Jersey. Friedman did not move too far away from the podium, she leaned on the side of it for the majority of her presentation. It was clear to see that Friedman was passionate about sexual assault and violence.
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President Donald Trump. Even to those who had voted for Trump this election, I doubt you ever expected to hear those words four years ago. Now added to the great list of men that lead this beautiful, that slots among Honest Abe, The American Cincinnatus, Old Hickory, and Father of the Constitution, is The Tumpster. Dana Milbank's mocking article “In which Trump discovers some guy named Frederick Douglass” Donald Trump is contrasted to the expectation of how leaders perform and act by the juxtaposition of the expectation, the allusion of similar incidents, and the situational irony of the thirteen days that he has been in office.
Donald Trump opening moment at republic national convention had powerful conviction that radiated with the audience. On July 21, 2016, he focused on the foundation of what makes the audience established their rapport towards GOP, known as Grand Old Party or republicans. Moreover, he demonstrate on how to use the current dynamics of the United States relationship with politics and laws to strength his position in discussing social structure of the country. To illustrate, attacks on the police force must be withdrawal to bring prosperity to the nation, and bring united front to fighting terrorism that is “lurking” in our own background to defend the country from foreign enemies or domestic enemies. Trump core message, however may be lost in translation, because of the dialog use during the speech to describe the Democratic Party.
In many national or even local events theoretical perspectives can be seen. The perspectives are structured functionalism, social conflict, and symbolic interactionalism. Each of these theoretical perspectives are the things that shape how societies and the world function. While watching the “State of the Union Address” given by President Donald Trump, the perspective become prevalent and can be easily observed. The first of the three theoretical perspectives are structured functionalism.