Governor of California

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  • California State Budget

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    The state of California along with many other states has gone through periods of recessions. The major difference between California and other states is the difference how California manages the state budget. The California governor creates a budget and is sent to the Department of Finance. The Department then modifies the budget according to the likings of the governor. The governor can have a deficit but must fit the deficit into next years budget. A deficit refers to a shortage of funds and can

  • Essay on Comparing Arnold Schwarzenegger and Adolf Hitler

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    both states: California and Nazi Germany. In 1929 Germany was hit with the final blow to an already struggling nation; the Great Depression. Black Tuesday hit Germany in the midst of a naval blockade, extreme hyperinflation, and poverty for many Germans. Many historians believe that the blockade against Germany was the main reason for the rise of Nazism and consequently World War II. Regardless, Germany was in a time of crisis and in desperate need of salvation. In 2003, California, while not

  • Essay on Arnold Schwarzenegger - Celebrity to Politician

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    From Celebrity to Politician Arnold Schwarzenegger became governor of California, not because he supported the issues of the majority, nor because he had a plan to solve California’s economic crisis, but because the economy was failing and he rose to the “occasion.” His popularity in the movie industry gave him the “face” he needed to win the reelection. As easy as it seemed, how did Arnold manage to be so successful in his campaign? He is a popular figure with almost no experience in

  • Prison Overcrowding Essay

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    In 1994, the state of California followed the lead of Washington and signed a law that Californians know of as the three strikes law. With all the campaigning and publicity surrounding the law it was overwhelmingly welcomed into the legal system. The purpose of the law was to elongate the sentence of time spent in prison for repeat offenders, mainly focusing in violent or major crimes. As a result, the correction’s system has felt the effects of the law literally on prisons. Overcrowding prisons

  • Political Movement, A Road That Never Ends

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    Political Movement, A Road That Never Ends During the 1870s to 1930, California agriculture had become a most diverse region of the United States. Its wheat, meat, and crop farming, such as grapes, walnuts, almonds, tomatoes, potatoes, watermelons, and plums became the California’s major export industry, as well as nation’s leading producer. According to The Elusive Eden by Richard B. Rice, William A. Bullough, and Richard J. Orsi, the number of farms in 1925 had grown to more than 136,400 farms

  • The Economic Impacts of Budget Cuts to the CSU and UC Systems

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    This paper will focus on the economic impacts of the policy decision by California Governor Brown to decrease funding of the California State University and University of California systems by way of looking at the impact on the economy of less college graduates. I will do this by looking at two variables. I will first look at the multiplier effect of the state putting money into the California State University system and what will happen as a result of the divestment due to the budget cuts. I will

  • How Arnold Won The West Essay

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    How Arnold Won the West, was released featuring a look into the dramatic comics of what the Republican recall in California had become. The filmmaker of the documentary, Alex Cooke was able to feature the ridiculous acts that came out of the recall including the different candidates that ranged from actors, self-promoters, performance artists to porn stars. Many people throughout California are pleased with the recall occurring, however, there are also many people who believe this is nonsense and should

  • California Agriculture : The Most Diverse Region Of The United States

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    During the 1870s to 1930, California agriculture had become a most diverse region of the United States. Its wheat, meat, and crop farming, such as grapes, walnuts, almonds, tomatoes, potatoes, watermelons, plums, etc., became the California’s major export industry, as well as nation’s leading producer. According to The Elusive Eden by Richard B. Rice, William A. Bullough, and Richard J. Orsi, the number of farm in 1925 had grown to more than 136,400 farms, worth than $708 million. Besides the enormous

  • Should Celebrities Put Themselves Into Politics?

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    Historically, there have been countless numbers of celebrities that have run for public office. Some, such as Fred Thompson and Ronald Reagan, were favorable by the majority of voters, while others, such as Arnold Schwarzenegger and Donald Trump, tended to be split fifty-fifty or less. The repetition of celebrities running for office poses the same questions every election term: should celebrities put themselves into politics? What implications will this have on the American government, whether national

  • A Brief Note On Fighting Alzheimer 's Disease

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    Shay Haluzak ELA 6-7 Mrs. Greenwood Research Paper January 18, 2017 Fighting Alzheimer’s “So now, we feel it is important to share it with you. In opening our hearts, we hope this might promote greater awareness of this condition. Perhaps it will encourage a clearer understanding of the individuals and families who are affected by it.” This was part of the fortieth president Ronald Reagan’s speech announcing the start of his battle with Alzheimer’s Disease that would last ten years (Adams 21). Alzheimer’s

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