Bobby Jindal

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  • Bobby Jindal Research Paper

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    Bobby Jindal, the current governor of Louisiana and current member of the House of Representatives is making a run for the 2016 Presidential Election. Representing the Republican side, he has many qualities that would make him a great president. He has a lot experience in politics and is well equipped to be America’s next leader. One of his great plans involve tax. His plan would require every American to pay tax. There would be three tax brackets and whichever bracket you fall into depends on your

  • Does The Republican Establishment Really Want Donald Trump?

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    political demise was near. His poll numbers went up. I flew to a Coffee Party USA board meeting last week. Seated next to me were two Southern women. One was from Louisiana and the other was from Texas. They both sang praises to their own governors, Bobby Jindal and Rick Perry respectively (in the case of Perry, former governor). The person they admired the most however was Donald Trump. Think about that. Two Southern women that seemed as if they could have been members of the group United Daughters of

  • The Louisiana Department Of Health And Hospitals

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    Honorable Governor Bobby Jindal is an outspoken opponent of Affordable Care Act and has composed is own version in Louisiana. The impact of ACA will be assessed. The Office of Public Health Center for Community and Preventive Health will be assessed on how it is organized to accomplish its statutory objectives. The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals is led by Kathy Kilebert she was appointed Secretary of the Department of Health and Hospitals by Governor Bobby Jindal. Her educational

  • Caddo Bossier Parishes Flood Case Study

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    concern in the area of Caddo-Bossier Parishes, especially in the last month where the Red River crested at close to 37 feet on 11 June. This caused the shutdown of major highways, moved people out of their homes, and the Governor of Louisiana, Bobby Jindal, declaring a state of emergency. This has been the highest the river has been in 70 years and is going to have a lasting effect on the 450,000 people that live in this area. (Jones, 2015). The Red River in the Shreveport area has crested 16 times

  • Hello World

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    Alexis Taylor Livingston Ethics Lecture: “Put it in Writing: Planning is Not an Option” On March 8th, Mr. G. Lee Griffin spoke to the college of business, faculty, students, and the community at the annual ethics lecture put on by the College of Business. As always, the ethics lecture was interesting, but Mr. Griffin’s personality of honesty, humility, and sincerity made this lecture stand out among some of the others. Married for 54 years, it was obvious Mr. Griffin was a family man, led by his

  • Kathleen Blanco Speech Analysis

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    To keep things simple, people simply want to be heard, and they will do anything in order for their audience to listen. There are various ways in which the speaker would gain the right to be heard. Former Governor of Louisiana, Kathleen Blanco, uses various forms to obtain attention from her audience as she addresses the Louisiana Legislator on Hurricane Katrina where she not only discusses the effects of the hurricane but also acknowledges the people who have helped out so far. Blanco does an

  • Essay on Media Analysis of Coverage of One Event

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    Media Analysis of Coverage of One Event In various articles written about Louisiana governor Kathleen Blanco’s visit to Cuba, the emphases are placed on different points, as the event is described from various angles. The Cuban newspaper Granma goes into more depth about Blanco and her entourage’s activities during their visit to Cuba, as well as giving a more detailed background of pertinent information about United States-Cuba relations, in the context of the embargo. La Nueva Cuba approaches

  • Jindal Moves to Strip Food Stamps from Abusers

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    Jindal Moves to Strip Food Stamps from Abusers: This article provides the argument that the Governor of Louisiana, Governor Jindhal, plans to charge the recipients of food stamp benefits in his county with fraud is justified if they abused the system during a mechanical shut down. Apparently when the food stamp system shut down, it no longer recognized the available balance on benefit cards. As a result, active participants were not only allowed to use their cards for an unrestricted amount well

  • Analysis of Roddy Doyle´s A Star Called Henry Essay

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    “Unconsciously we all have a standard by which we measure other men, and if we examine closely we find that this standard is a very simple one, and is this: we admire them, we envy them, for great qualities we ourselves lack. Hero worship consists in just that. Our heroes are men who do things, which we recognise, with regret, and sometimes with a secret shame, that we cannot do. We find not much in ourselves to admire, we are always privately wanting to be like somebody else. If everybody was satisfied

  • The Murder Of Innocent Civilians

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    America has always been depicted as an amiable place to live in. Generally, foreigners would picture America as the perfect place to raise a family and lead a joyous life. In their mind, the idea of the perfect fifties’ family household still holds true. Nevertheless, this image was quickly shattered, as the adverse and hostile environment that surrounded them proved to be more difficult than imagined. One of the biggest mistakes that they failed to recognize was the atrocious, random, murder of