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  • Michael Eric Ross
    Published 3 years ago
    Dear Theresa: What A Difference A Year Makes

    Dear Theresa: What A Difference A Year Makes

    Prime Minister May,
  • Cato Conroy
    Published 3 years ago
    Best Books Written By US Presidents

    Best Books Written By US Presidents

    Being the US president means that you need to have a lot of skills. You need to be a good negotiator, able to think critically, and also have to be able to use your words carefully.
  • Mike Bernos
    Published 3 years ago
    Searching for Political Viagra

    Searching for Political Viagra

    The definition of dysfunction is the state of being unable to perform in a normal way. The Republican-led Senate fits that definition, as it is unable to pass health care reform despite having the majority. This, despite the beating of their collective chest following Trump’s election that gave the Republicans the trifecta of owning the White House, Senate, and the House, which every party supporter believed would be the elixir to their flagging legislative accomplishments as much as Viagra is to erectile dysfunction.
  • Jessica Smith
    Published 3 years ago
    Quit Blaming Immigrants

    Quit Blaming Immigrants

    Immigrants are people moving from one country to another. Usually because they believe in the new country more. They think it will offer them better opportunities. I've never heard of an immigrant moving to a place where they think they will never be accepted.
  • Jenna Logan
    Published 3 years ago
    The Battle for Freedom of Religion
  • Alexis Powell
    Published 3 years ago
    Racial Prejudice in America

    Racial Prejudice in America

    Racial prejudice is defined as an irrational suspicion or hatred of a particular group, race, or religion that typically arises from race-based stereotypes (Nittle). The media has played a major role in distorting the images of many races with stereotypes that have made society come to believe they are all true and apply to everyone in the race. Vincent Parrillo’s “Causes of Prejudice” indicates that prejudice is not from a single cause but from psychology and sociology. He explains that people become hostile towards others when they feel their security is being threatened (Colombo). This essay will present a few images from the media that demonstrate the pervasiveness of inequality. These images prove that America is far from having equality among all races. Self-justification involves denigrating a person or a group to justify maltreatment of them.