If Obama was wise enough to drastically take action to ensure the security of America, he would not only be protecting our country, but he would be protecting our allies and friends around the globe.Vladimir Putin once said, “To forgive the terrorists is up to God, but to send them to him is up to me”. Peace is not permanent, Neither is evil, but as a nation, we must take each threat at a time and adequately pursue justice to protect are unique values and principles that America was built upon.
On Tuesday June 28th, president Obama attended the North American Leaders' Summit with Mexico’s President, Enrique Peña Nieto and Canada’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau as the leaders of North America. Why did the three leaders stand together? The plot to the summit was for their ambitious new pledged. The three leaders further harmonized trade to boost clean energy production. Moved and turn into a thesis. Can we stay unified after Obama is out the White House? Will it be possible to continue unification as the United States faces the challenge of Brexit, strong presidential leadership as we near the presidential election?
Obama should be allowed to pick a Supreme Court nominee. I don't see how the Senate can stop him. He is not doing anything wrong or anything he shouldn't be doing. The Senate just doesn't want another democratic person on the Supreme Court, although that still doesn't make it right to stop the president from doing his job. Also this is the first time this has ever happened in history so, why would they think it's right. Not only are they denied him to pick someone they aren't even allowing hearings to happen for these people. They won't even talk about it to the president. They would rather wait and not allow the Supreme Court to do its job. Additionally Senator Mitch McConnell would rather wait until the next president and have them choose
John Ellis Bush known as JEB was born February 11, 1953 in Texas. He served as governor in Florida from 1999 to 2007. Bush is known for his moderate stance on immigration and common core. JEB is the son of former Preseident George H.W Bush. JEB also has 3 kids named George Bush, Noelle and John Jr. JEb worked as a volunteer on his dad campaign in 1980 saying that " My dad is the greatest man i have ever met or will meet." JEB is fluent in Spanish and graduated from the University of Texas. JEb has a degree in Latin America affairs which is very impressive. JEB is also the only Republican to serve two-four year terms as a governor of Florida.
Today, the president election is becoming very intense. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton both tried their best to win the election. Because of Trump’s big words, more and more people now are wondering that if Obama can be the president for another term, like what Franklin Roosevelt did. So, is it good to have a president who will be elected for three terms? The answer is definitely no. I think it will not be a good idea, even if the congress approves.
The word on the hill is that if Republicans don’t cave and fund Obama’s DHS amnesty scheme that they will be blamed by the people and pay for it at the polls. Where have we heard that before?
Joe Biden is certainly the best presidential candidate for 2016 because of his solid efforts to protect the environment, his pragmatic method to enforce stricter gun control policies, and his constructive outlook on reforming illegal immigration policies. Biden, an alumnus of the University of Delaware and Syracuse Law School, was elected to the United States Senate at age 29. He served as Senator of Delaware for 36 years. Biden subsequently became Vice President under the Obama Administration in 2009. Biden is one of the most experienced Presidential contenders, with over 40 years of service in the federal government. 2016 would be his third opportunity to run for president, having previously ran in 1988 and 2008.
Giry starts off the subject matter by claiming that violent attacks carried out by radical Islamists or “jihadists”, such as terrorist bombings of London’s subway or the murder of the Dutch filmmaker Theo von Gogh, have been taken as primary evidence that European immigration and integration policies have failed. She has rendered this diagnosis as flawed since it overlooks the fact that the majority of Muslims in Europe have nothing to do with radical Islamism and are struggling to fit in.
President Trump has been attacking NFL players who have protested against oppression of people of color by kneeling during the National Anthem. In doing this, he has been suppressing the natural rights of the NFL and its players. The Declaration of Independence states, “... they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” (Jefferson 1). Natural Rights are given to everyone at birth and cannot be taken away. Henceforth, the president has been restraining the rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness from the NFL.
Throughout the history of the United States, in his first one hundred days in office, the President passes a series of executive orders that are directed towards officers and agencies of the Federal government. Similar to legislative statutes and regulations implemented by government agencies, executive orders are subject to judicial review and may be overturned if the orders lack support by statute or the Constitution (Pate, 2017). Newly elected President, Donald J. Trump, has caused protests across the nation and parts of the world due to his controversial orders. Without a doubt, the most controversial of Trump’s orders deals with immigration and how he will put an end to terrorism on U.S. soil.
When there is darkness there is light on the horizon. People may believe that President Trump will be somewhat of a war hawk when it comes to maintaining or even growing the United States nuclear arsenal. However, history has shown us that presidents may not be as hawkish as they are perceived to be. “United States President Ronald Regan became the unlikely champion of the nuclear disbarment agenda.” (Futter 176) Some say that Regan took a risky and aggressive posture towards the Soviet Union a few years back.
The election was a fraud, it was very unorganized, unprofessional, and not well put together. As I said about the campaigns; they were not very well thought through and very unprofessional. In my opinion, Trump will be a good president because the United States needed a change. Hillary is a politician, that is usually who gets in for president, but the U.S. doesn't need a politician America need a change; a businessman. Yes trump will deport the illegal immigrants and maybe build a ¨wall¨ but that could be a good thing for the U.S.. Seeing that it is pretty easy to get legalized and become a U.S.. citizen this really shouldn't be a problem, if an immigrant does not meet the requirements to become a U.S. citizen then there is probably a good
On unity, the week started on a very ragged note. The streets of Philadelphia were full of disheartened Bernie Sanders supporters, angered by the WikiLeaks memos showing a Democratic Party that had its thumb on the scale to tilt Hillary's way. It was irrelevant that primaries are not won by the DNC, but by the organisations the candidates build - and the final nomination roll call showed Clinton beating Sanders by 1,000 delegates. The bias inside the DNC was wrong and bitter to the Sanders forces. But by Tuesday, the head of the DNC was out, and Sanders, to his great credit, moved on the floor to make Clinton's nomination unanimous. He would not have done that if Clinton had stolen the nomination.
As you are keenly aware, on November 9th, 2016, Mr. Trump was elected the 45th President-Elect of the United States of America, and on January 20th, 2017 was sworn in for a four year term as the 45th President of the United States. With Republican majorities in both the United States House of Representatives as well as the United States Senate, the President has laid out a strong agenda on everything from immigration and national security to trade and regulatory reform. While this bold plan of action is not perfect, and there may potentially be areas where I disagree with my colleagues and the President, it is a plan that I am enthusiastic to delve into as our unified Republican government gets to work on behalf of the American people.