Ronald Reagan found many ways of bringing the government back to what the founding father imagined it to be. As president he cut the budget and ended the Cold War. He got many United States citizens revert to the conservative way of thinking. “Republicans believe every day is the fourth of July, the Democrats believe every day is April15th.” Ronald Reagan created a way of thinking that brought the government to its knees. (Web article from Time) He brought down the budget and told the soviets no more.
The President Reagan 's primary focus was to remove communist from Nigeria included financing the freedom fighters, CIA role in the arms sales for funding the anti-Communist rebels who are fighting the Soviets in Nigeria, and the Iran-Contra affair. Instantly after Ronald Reagan took office in 1981 (p6-7) many of the influential policy makers suspended and then canceled the
“Ah, the new president” he surmised. “Horacio Ibáñez Silva.” Carlos spat his name out. “He has big plans for an extradition deal to be signed with the US.” Pablo’s palms started to sweat. First, Carlos tried what he knew best: bribery. He wrote a letter addressed to Eugenio Salamanca Chavarría – the President’s chief advisor.
One reason the Electoral College should be abolished is that one of the candidates could win the popular vote and still end up losing the election. On November 8th, 2016 Donald Trump was elected president because the Electoral College voted for him. Approximately thirty out of the fifty states’ electoral colleges voted for Donald Trump, he ended with 290 Electoral College votes. He had lost the popular vote to Hillary Clinton by about one million people because the vote of the citizens in the US has no value. The Electoral College votes are the only ones with value.
Political efficacy is described as, “Faith and trust in government and the belief that one can understand and influence political affairs” (Mutz and reeves). The dearth of political efficacy is reflected in the mobilization numbers of the 2014 senate races. According to the Pew Research Center, only 38% of the voting-eligible population in states with senate elections turned out (Desilver & Van Kessel, 2015). Pew finds that it was the lowest turnout since 1990 even though $1.1 billion was spent, 25% more than the 2010 election (Desilver & Van Kessel, 2015). To be clear, the two numbers do not necessarily indicate causation, and there could be several other factors attributed.
History is written by the victors, the winners. The victims, the ones who gave their lives will be the ones the winners will write about. John F. Kennedy was the 35 president of the United States of America. At the time, he was the youngest president to be elected. He Married to Jacquclin Kennedy with four kids for ten lovey years before Kennedy was assassinate on November 22, 1963; On his way to deliver a speech to the people of Texas, told by The Official Government Version of the warren commission report.
They were presidents John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, and Richard M. Nixon. There was also President Harry S. Truman that made the Truman doctrine, but he was president before the Vietnam War began. The Truman Doctrine was very similar to other methods of containment, and it was that if we helped countries that were being influenced by communism, we could keep them from “falling” and stop the spread of it. President John F. Kennedy was the second president during the war, and he was the president when Ngo Dinh Diem was assassinated. He was thought to have known about the coup and even supported it.
(John Kasich) After his defeat, Kasich hosted his own political news show on Fox from 2001 to 2007 . (John Kasich Republican Candidate) In addition, Kasich worked as a managing director at Lehman Brothers ' in Columbus, Ohio until the controversial firm collapsed in 2008 . (John Kasich Republican Candidate) Shortly after in 2010, Kasich was elected as Governor and since then has made many changes to the economic state of Ohio . (John Kasich) As governor, Kasich closed the eight million dollar debt without tax increases, and has helped Ohio create over 300,000 private sector jobs in just under four years . (John Kasich) Kasich has also cut taxes in the once heavily taxed state of Ohio by five billion dollars, which was the biggest tax cut of any state .
A new land where anyone would have the opportunity to become successful; that was the American dream. But it didn’t turn out that way, yes few people did but most of us didn’t. We live in a country where super rich people are leaving the rest of us behind. This is called income inequality; it has been uneven since 1970 and the gap between rich and poor has increased, making it unfair for people who didn’t have the same opportunity, and morally, economically and politically wrong. Income inequality is economically wrong when you compare the richest man of the country, Bill Gates, who gains over $50 billion, to a homeless person, who doesn’t make anything.
America declared war on Iraq to gain control of Iraq’s oil but in order to do so it had to cover up its track. Within weeks of the devastating 9/11 attacks, Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was named as the perpetrator. But many believe that Bin Laden was just a convenient fall guy, as he already was on the FBI’s most wanted list for the bombing of the American embassies in Tanzania and Kenya, where he killed over 200 people. In 1998, he issued a fatwa against America. However, it is very strange that he did not step forward in the wake of the biggest attack ever on American soil, despite being interviewed multiple times and constantly denying having