The Promise of America is about liberty. The Statue of Liberty has been a welcoming figure to millions of immigrants who came to America. It was built as a recognizable symbol of democracy and freedom. Leaving their native land to join America with hope, they found freedom in the New World. They made it 's freedom safer, richer, more far-reaching, and more capable of growth.
Monuments that are constructed in order to give commendation to people, places, or events are located all over the globe. It is very possible for someone to find a few in their very own town. Although there may be negative controversy on certain monuments, many throughout the world have changed individual’s lives tremendously in a beneficial way. One monument in particular has stood tall through it all and has had so much positive effect on millions of people from the beginning of time. One hundred and thirty years later this monument continues to impact people’s lives from all over the world.
Copper is a chemical element with the symbol Cu and atomic number twenty-nine. It is also a solid at room temperature. Copper was most likely the first element ever manipulated by humans. In fact, humans discovered copper during the Paleolithic era. Copper was also very important during the copper and bronze age.
Cole, I agree that people often forget who founded this great country and that this country believed in helping all immigrants. Written on a plaque, hung inside the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty, you will find a sonnet, written by Emma Lazarus in 1883, here is an excerpt from that sonnet: "give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearing to be free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden shore!" I am reminded of this and its meaning whenever I hear people talking about limiting the number of immigrants allowed into the country. I also agree that building a wall will not slow or even stop people from trying to get into the country.
In society, technology is found and used in almost every aspect of life imaginable, such as in communication, travel, informational resources, and entertainment. Technology has become commonly incorporated into and heavily impacts our daily lives, causing some to consider whether or not we, as a society, should depend on technology. Many authors have different views on to what extreme technology should be incorporated into our everyday lives; some believe that it can be beneficial if used moderately for advancement, such as that of education and medicine, but others consider the unfavorable traits of being too attached to technology because it may promote human vulnerability and the loss of certain life skills. Examples of texts that participate in the controversy of technology accommodation regarding the different aspects of life are
“What is the United States if not a country of immigrants? If that’s no longer [the case], what does the Statue of Liberty symbolize? Why don’t we take it down?”(Goldstein). Most refer to America as a melting pot because America is a melting pot of different cultures. Yet without immigration, America wouldn’t be the way it is today.
Social “Networking” Social networking. Sites like Facebook, twitter and Snapchat claim that by a “social network” they connect people wherever they are, but in reality, I think that it is more like a spider net, where while connected, people are glued to the “net”, chatting through it, and if they are not cautious, they slowly get consumed by it. Facebook’s “Login” page shows a picture of several people connect to other people throughout the globe, symbolizing the ease at which people can connect to each other - as long they know each other’s language - almost seamlessly.
Welcome to Liberty City Welcome to the city of opportunities! (not since 2007),where they can find the opportunities and hopes they read in some cheap magazine after buying a hot dog was possibly done with rat meat. Oh my! I still do not show up, I´m Paul, if of insurance are wondering what happened to the other guide. Because he died of natural causes by a shoot in the head, do not be surprised, die owing money to gangsters is a natural in this city as having a heart attack for our hamburgers by fast food chains.
Technology is an essential part of the lives of people living in this world today. It is everywhere, it is part of the world and it has greatly changed the lifestyle of many. Technology advances as time moves on, and it always will. Technology has created a new form of dependence (Tyler, 2014) People get attached to technology.
Everyday on the news, we heard that there’s a new discovery that men had made on technology. It may sound splendid but there’s a darker side of it. The more we discover about technology, the more addicted we get. Some people can’t handle the addiction and will experience what- so called “disconnectivity anxiety”. This experience defined by Dr. Jim Taylor as a persistent and unpleasant condition characterized by worry and unease caused by periods of technological disconnection from others.