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Political Campaign Advertising Ideas for the Digital Age

Posted on September 14th, 2011 by admin1

Political campaign advertising in its traditional form has been around for a long time. In the early days of American politics it was primarily hand bills, news paper ads and posters around town. During the twentieth century, radio and television were added to the mix. These forms of political campaign advertising still play a big […]

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Ronald McDonald House Charity?

Posted on July 31st, 2011 by admin1

Does the student run high school newspaper have what it takes to apply for this? Organizations seeking funding should have a specific program that: * Directly improves the health and well being of children * Addresses a significant funding gap or critical opportunity * Has long-term impact in terms of replication or reach * Produces […]

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Based on the Quote Above, How Did César Chávez Propose to Fight Against the Discrimination Against Latinos?

Posted on May 15th, 2011 by admin1

“I began to realize what other minority people had discovered: That the only answer—the only hope—was in organizing. More of us had to become citizens. We had to register to vote. And people like me had to develop the skills it would take to organize, to educate, to help empower the Chicano people.”—César Chávez Based […]

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Can you correct my speech please??? thanks?

Posted on August 24th, 2010 by admin1

Pop Art It is a new artistic concept, is the essence of an extensive cultural movement of the sixties. It has a connection with the state of mind of a period that is the answer to the media slogans whose histories made history and whose models influence in the people. The popular culture and the […]

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What is your opinion of this article demonstrating that Obama wanted “horrific” Wall St. headlines?

Posted on July 29th, 2010 by admin1

Excerpts of the transcript: DAVID GERGEN, CNN SENIOR POLITICAL ANALYST: But what happened over the weekend with the economy and the bottom falling out of the financial markets — and we have been saying for some time on this program this is the worst financial crisis since the Depression — Alan Greenspan said on Sunday […]

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Is Yahoo Answers Violating our Constitutional Rights?

Posted on July 8th, 2010 by admin1

How many of you have had their comments of questions deleted..because a individual "feels" like it was inappropriate…What protects our freedom of expression? The Y.A. guidelines are very vague… 1.Venting, ranting or using hate speech, This is very generalizing Who decides what is venting or ranting?..(Hate speech should be enforced) 2.Chatting or otherwise violating the […]

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Can someone help me with these critical thinking problems?? I’m lost!?

Posted on June 19th, 2010 by admin1

1) For each of the passages below, determine if the passage expresses an argument. If a passage expresses an argument then underline the conclusion and put (parentheses around the premises). Indicate whether the argument is deductive or inductive and give a reason for your answer (e.g., "probably" occurred in the conclusion or the argument has […]

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Please help with my critical thinking questions?

Posted on May 31st, 2010 by admin1

1) For each of the passages below, determine if the passage expresses an argument. If a passage expresses an argument then underline the conclusion and put (parentheses around the premises). Indicate whether the argument is deductive or inductive and give a reason for your answer (e.g., "probably" occurred in the conclusion or the argument has […]

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The DEMS Why Did do this ? and why are they mad about the other?

Posted on May 12th, 2010 by admin1

Hypocritical as usual I have found the stinky rat….. Opponents have criticized Presidential plans to use Education Department funds to produce and broadcast his Tuesday speech to school kids across the country. Vocal critics accused the President of turning government money for education to his own political use. “The Department of Education should not be […]

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Why doesn’t the left understand why we don’t want Obama speaking to our kids?

Posted on May 4th, 2010 by admin1

This is an excerpt from The Lonley Conservitive. The Democrats didn’t like it whe Bush wanted to talk to school children in 1991, so why would things be different for Obama in 2009? You liberals are so uninformed and have been spouting off without a bit of intellegence to back you up. And to all […]

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