Communism

Communism is a government of pure evil because of its motives and the impact it has on people physically and mentally. Communism is a torment forced upon the unfortunate people in the countries with this form of government. The goal of Communism is to “….dominate the person, property, and thought of all citizens by means of physical and psychological force and terror.” The pe...
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Sharp Notes, Bold Quotes, and Crescendos.

Music in this generation varies among many different kinds of genres. Genres are the types of music that music is divided into. I believe that music isn’t music if it has a genre. The music that I listen to is depicted as just screaming. I don’t just listen to this kind of music. I listen to a large variety of music. Many people listen to the kind of music I listen to. We lis...
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Of Paradise and Power (America and Europe in the New World Order) by Robert Kagan

“Justice without force is powerless; force without justice is tyrannical.” These words written, by Enlightenment philosopher Blaise Pascal, embody the current state of American-European relations and the growing transatlantic divide. On the first page of his book, Of Paradise and Power, Kagan argues “American and European perspectives are diverging” due to their philoso...
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O. Henry Short Story Analysis

William Sydney Porter, better known as O. Henry, has written hundreds of short stories and other literary works based on encounters that occurred and stories heard while serving his time in jail. While in jail, Porter used a pseudonym to mask his identity, covering his criminal record. He came across many inmates with unique and unheard-of stories, which sparked his inspirat...
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Personal Essay

I was sitting in the chair. It was rainy, cloudy, and windy and hard to see the pool. We didn’t close and the pool was almost empty. The whole pool maybe had 30 people. I thought it was going to be a calm day because the weather was so gross. There was thunder and it was no longer sunny. It was a typical day at work nothing but the basic days work. I was having a bad feeling...
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Anorexia nervosa

Anorexia nervosa is also known as Anorexia, is an eating disorder characterized by refusal to maintain a healthy body weight and an obsessive fear of gaining weight. It is often coupled with a distorted self image. Persons with anorexia nervosa continue to feel hunger, but deny themselves all but very small quantities of food. The average caloric intake of a person with anore...
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Rhetoric Post: Princess Diana

• Princess Diana Dies in Paris Crash (BBC) British Broadcasting Company is a respectable public broadcasting service whose audience is typically the general public, though especially directed to Britain. The main objective of this broadcast was to portray the death of Princess Diana, in an accurate and concise manner. The rhetorical style of this piece is projected toward ...
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Why Home schoolers should play Sports at Brick and Mortar schools

Why Homeschooled Students Should Play Sports at Brick and Mortar Schools By:M501athletic Tim Tebow is a former football player. He is mostly known for his Tebow bow, where he kneels on the football field and pray to God before every game. When he was younger he was homeschooled, but he also played football for his local public school team. He passed the Tim Tebow bill in...
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Princess of Diana: A Biography

Princess Diana was the princess of Wales, the peoples princess, a world wide fashion icon, donate to charities, devoted mother and divorced from Prince Charles. Childhood Princess Diana didn’t grow up as a princess, she grew up as Diana Frances Spencer, daughter of Edward John Spencer ; Frances Roche. Diana had two older sisters, but her mom and dad really wanted a ...
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Left to be Found

How would it feel to not know exactly where you came from? We don’t remember the first couple years of our life; however, for most of us our parents fill us in. They show us pictures, videos, and at the very least tell stories about our first year. We’re told where we were born, what time we were born, and even how much we weighed. Others of us don’t get that privilege. Not k...
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