Power Hungry?

Do you think that the United States of America is powerful enough to take over the whole entire world? Because I have a fool proof plan on how we can. The first thing that the United States will need to do so that we may conquer the world is to strengthen our army. Completely back out of all our current wars (Iraq, Afghanistan, etc.) and rest up our army, let them strengthe...
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Donald Trump's Life

When Donald Trump was born: Donald Trump was born on June 14, 1946, at the Jamaica Hospital Medical Center in New York City, New York. He was born at 10:54 a.m. Parents and Siblings: His mother is Mary Anne and his father is Fred Trump. Donald has four other siblings, Maryanne Trump Barry, Robert S. Trump, Fred Jr., and Elizabeth. Trump is the fourth of five siblings Wi...
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Smoking

Smoking ought to be totally prohibited worldwide. As a result of this addictive habit, millions of people all over the world die annually. As The World Bank (2003) informs, not only is smoking the death cause for over 4 million people each year, but also by 2030, this number is forecasted to increase up to 10 million (p. 1). The number of women smokers is growing even more ra...
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Letter About Literature

Dear Robert Frost, After reading your poem, The Road Not Taken, back in fourth grade, I thought nothing of it. I honestly wasn’t very fond of poems when I was younger. To me, poems were just stupid words, one after another, that some people could find hidden messages encoded in them. I know that I couldn’t understand the subtext of a poem. But, after reading The Road Not Tak...
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The Signaling Effect and the K-factors

It is the prime interests of a corporation or business enterprise to maximize profits or rather attract more investors so as to increase the corporation’s income. As a result, of this most companies come up with comprehensive, sufficient and sustainable methodologies of attracting possible investors. These methodologies aim at illustrating that a corporation is of sustainable...
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Exploring the Universe

Though not currently at the forefront of political debates, the continuation of space exploration is a topic about which there are conflicting views. Those who oppose it regard it as a waste of time and money. I wish to give those who support it the voice they often have trouble finding, so they can express what they want and why. There is a lack of information as well as man...
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Marriage Is a Sentence, a Life Sentence

Jane Austen’s novel Pride and Prejudice is a lovely novel crafted that associates with all of the different aspects of a marriage such as affection, companionship, social class, and first impressions. Throughout Pride and Prejudice, the reader begins to feel the struggle that the Bennet sisters face as they attempt to find their prince charming. When Elizabeth Bennet lays ey...
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Snowstorm of the Vietnam War

This essay reveals the use of drugs during the Vietnam War, and how they affected the US soldiers. In reference to the story “Things They Carried” by Tom O’Brien, his motive of writing stories about Vietnam was to save his life. O’Brien is a veteran, and he writes about his life as a soldier in Vietnam by incorporating a fictional protagonist with his name. He narrates about ...
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The Issue Of Domestic Violence

To begin with, when I was 7, my aunt Brynn went missing. Foul play was suspected, as was her husband. Her husband Aaron abused her from the beginning of the marriage. In 2002, she disappeared. In 2010, Aaron was charged with the first degree murder of my aunt Brynn, her body is still missing to this day. Aaron was a domestic violence perpetrator. According to the US departme...
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From Persia to Present

The world’s first monotheistic religion, Zoroastrianism has its own unique people, rich history, and ever growing culture. It is a fairly homogenous group, which cannot be simply related to just one country. Through a series of political events, the religion and its people spread from its ancient homeland of Persia, to the state of Gujarat in India, to its newest home in most...
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