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    things that I agree with, but the bad overrule the good by far. In this essay, I will explain why I chose this reason and more about my reasoning. Trump. Trump would be the worst president for our country. Not only do I not have any pros that I came upon for Trump, but I have a vary of cons about him. First, he has stated on multiple occasions that Mexican immigrants are rapists. He said that him not responsibly playing his

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    Subject to Interpretation In this essay written by George F. Will, he highlight the existing rules of American citizenship, stating that US-born children of immigrants should not be eligible for citizenship. He includes both the legal and illegal immigrants. He states that the definition of citizenship itself needs to be rectified, as it gives undue advantage to people who reside in the country and are immigrants. He states that on one hand, the Government invests a lot of time and money in tracking

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    Destiny Jade This essay discusses some of the significant consequences of war and implies the question; Are the negative impacts of war worth the positive effects? Ever since history was first recorded, there has been war between peoples. Along with war, there has also been question, and this questioning mainly revolves around the initial question; are the negative impacts of war worth the positive effects? Although different people would give you different answers, within this essay I analyze some

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    <center><b>McDonalds: Welcome sign in the high street or a place to avoid?</b></center> <br> <br>In this essay I will be discussing the pros and cons of fast foods. Now a day every body will recognize the golden arches of McDonalds, it is hard not to. McDonalds has restaurants everywhere, beside major roads and in almost every high street. Their commercials are on television at least once a day. They became popular within a couple of years. Teenagers especially like McDonalds because of the relaxed

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    McDonalds: Welcome sign in the high street or a place to avoid? In this essay I will be discussing the pros and cons of fast foods. Now a day every body will recognize the golden arches of McDonalds, it is hard not to. McDonalds has restaurants everywhere, beside major roads and in almost every high street. Their commercials are on television at least once a day. They became popular within a couple of years. Teenagers especially like McDonalds because of the relaxed atmosphere, cheap prizes and

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    Pro Euthanasia Imagine being sick with a terminal illness that brought excruciating pain and a limited number of months to live. Would it be worth it to keep going? Living day by day in a hospital not knowing which day could be the last. When dealing with a terminal illness, life becomes boring. Every day is spent lying in a hospital bed constantly being poked and prodded by nurses and doctors and when family comes to visit, there are no fun, meaningful conversations, all that is talked about is

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    Pros and Cons Carbonated beverages and Energy drinks are very popular amongst teens and adults but what is hidden inside of the tasteful drinks will surprise you. An immense amount of those drinks can cause a lot of damage to the human body, but nobody can see what is happening. There are many pros and cons to carbonated beverages, energy drinks, and water. All of those products that were listed can have a huge impact on the body, not everyone sees what is in those drinks and how it is treating

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    In 2002, No Child Left Behind act skyrocketed the use of standardized test, making it mandatory in all 50 states. ProCon, a website focused on the pros and cons of standardized test says “US students slipped from 18th in the world in math in 2000 to 31st place in 2009, with a similar decline in science and no change in reading”. Proponents believe standardized test are fair and objective while opponents

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    Scientists state that the world is constantly moving towards disorder, while the purpose in life is to bring order to the universe. Now genetic engineering is a very old science that has been in play for many years. Scientists have been creating genetically modified organisms and products for years. But we now have the knowledge and technology to do this on a drastic scale the world has never seen. Knowing that genetically modifying something turns it into something god did not create. Do we have

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    “Integrity is doing the right thing, even when no one is watching.” C.S. Lewis. The notion of honesty and integrity is also depicted in the debate of the honor code in schools all around the country. In the article the author illustrates the pros and cons of the honor code and the importance of it. The ability to be content while taking a test, us having all knowledge in our pockets and students violating honor code and not getting caught are reasons why we should maintain our honor code. Therefore

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