This week's discussion board is to list 4 questions about yourself whose answers you would easily remember but an imposter would be unlikely to guess or find elsewhere then exchange your list with another classmate to see if either of you can determine the answers to any of the other person's questions. The first question is what does FBIC mean to me? The second question is what is the bad habit that my wife gives me grief about on a daily basis? The third question is what is the brand of the mug that I bring with me already everywhere I go? The final question is how old was I when I surrendered my life to Christ as my Lord and Savior? Each of these four questions reflects aspects of my life that I can easily recall and means something in
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The mission and values of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is up held with strong Constitutional values. Over the years since the FBI was created in 1908 by Attorney General Charles Bonaparte during the Presidency of Theodore Roosevelt. As a progressive during this time period Bonaparte applied his philosophy to forming the FBI with several corps of agents. His thought was that these men should have expertise and not political connections. With the U.S. Constitution based on “federalism” a national government with jurisdiction over matters that cross boundaries, such as interstate and foreign affairs.
In August 1956, the Federal Bureau of Investigations began a program originally with the goal of causing disruption and defection within the Communist Party of the United States. This operation was named the Counter Intelligence Program, or COINTELPRO for short. Just a few months later, in October, the Black Panther party was included in COINTELPRO’s investigations by President Hoover. By the mid-1960s, the FBI was bugging Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s home and hotel rooms and sent him an anonymous package pressuring him to commit suicide. By the time the program was exposed and subsequently shut down in 1971, the program had infiltrated the Socialist Workers Party, the Ku Klux Klan, the Black Panther Party,
Survey 1. Would you choose to befriend a well-educated person rather than someone 'normal'? 2. Do you believe nonchalance is a key attribute in a successful person today? 3. Does someone need to have a lot of friends in order for him or her to be happy? 4. How do you react when you interact with someone you consider to be a perfect gentleman or a perfect lady? 5. When did you last see someone you considered to be a perfect gentleman or a perfect lady?
Carpenter’s article discusses various aspects of the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation's (FBI's) efforts to find radicalized Americans in places such as Portland, Oregon, and it mentions racial profiling and harassment involving Muslims. The author talk about the Masjed As-Saber mosque in Portland, Oregon, and how it relates to undercover informants, counter terrorism operations, and the Portland Seven groups of domestic terrorism prosecutions in Oregon. Sheikh Mohamed Abdirahman Kariye was arrested at the airport in Portland, Oregon. The following day Kariye was denied bail after a customs inspector testified against him in court because Kariye’s personal items were tested positive for explosives. I would examine Sheikh Mohamed
The Federal Bureau of Investigation or the FBI serves as the United States prime federal law enforcement agency. The FBI employs nearly 35,000 people, including special agents and they support professionals such as intelligence analysts, language specialists, scientists, and information technology specialists. The FBI also employs many civilians who go through intense training. The FBI works around the globe. The group’s headquarters is in Washington, D.C. They have 56 field offices located in major cities throughout the U.S., around 360 smaller offices called resident agencies in cities and towns across the nation, and more than 60 international offices called legal attachés in U.S. embassies worldwide. The total direct funded budget is approximately $8.3 billion. The FBI is portrayed in many, TV shows, movies, books, and video games. Some examples include, The TV show, Criminal Minds, and the movie, J. Edgar. The FBI is a huge organization, that works to protect us Americans.
We need the FBI for protection. There are plenty of interesting facts and famous criminals and cases dealing with the FBI.The FBI works in an abundance of different ways and investigate a bunch of different things.
According to the Encyclopedia Britannica (2015), “the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives(ATF) is an agency within the U.S. Department of Justice and is responsible for enforcing federal laws relating to alcohol, tobacco, firearms, and explosives” (para. 1). The group began as a series of tax-collection agencies and efforts in the 18th and 19th centuries. In 1968, this agency within the IRS had a name change to the Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms Division (ATFD). This agency became a portion of the Treasury Department in 1972. “New duties that the ATF was charged with in the 1970s included enforcement of wagering laws and investigation of intrastate cigarette smuggling and criminal arson” (“Bureau of”, 2015 para.3). Laws that
The above statements provide an overall summary of my basic trends across all twenty statements. In other words, more than half of my friends believe these three variables to be the most accurate descriptors of my identity. I think in most of the responses I got back, the first statement that took center stage about me being an artist. Most people saw me in terms of my occupation or gift as an artist. Other expanded on that idea and mentioned my ability to be creative, to see pattern in ordinary objects, and putting things together in a very unique way. This really blew my mind that none of them actually see me in the simple terms that I see myself, (i.e. I am a wife, I am a mother, I am a daughter, I am a sister, I am hilarious, I am human etc.), and some of the other statements that are commonly used to describe identity. Occupation seems very important to people in this culture and part of what defines you as a
Here are my answers to the following questions. First is what I would do if I won the lottery. I would get a nice house. Second is if I could change my name what would it be. I would change my name to Steve Stifler. The Third question is if I can have dinner with someone from the past or present. If I could have dinner with anyone it would be Peyton manning. Because he is the greatest quarterback of all time. And here is a brief description of me I was born in California and I went to Labadie elementary school. And I went to wms and I am now a sophomore. And here is my interests. I like watching sports on Tv like the Denver Broncos. Because they are a very good Football team. Also because my hero Von miller plays for the Broncos. And I dont
Number six: I am innovative. Think of ways to improve myself and things around me. I’m not at team Toyota making next years model better than the last. But always coming up with ideas for dinner that normally wouldn't have thought of, rearranging my room to where there's more space to move, and even just coming up with new ideas at the top of my head. I am very good at coming up with things on the spot and ideas and stories just come to
Describe two things you learned about yourself (personal values, beliefs, behaviors, or norms) inlight of your Lewis cultural category survey results (linear-active, multi-active, or reactive)
The first time they ever encounter the F.B.I. guy is in 1994. Dean is fifteen, and Sammy is only eleven. They're in Rockford, Illinois, and John Winchester is hunting a ghost in a school. Staff members keep turning up dead (the local police say they're only suicides), though luckily none of the kids have been touched. Their father readily puts himself on any case involving children. Dean doesn't understand it, but Sam seems to get the bigger picture. It's the first time he's known more about how people work than Dean does.