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Student Z S5 outline example - Speech V Proposition of...

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Speech V: Proposition of Policy Student Z Date Should Congress Pass the Travel Promotion Act of 2008? I. Introduction- A. Attention Getter: 1. In a feature article that includes the warning: “Don’t go to the USA” in the first paragraph, The Sunday Times of London says: “Traveling to the US offers experiences like nowhere else on earth…Nowhere else can a visitor expect such a spirit-crushingly frosty reception. A preflight e-interrogation, epic queues at immigration, thin-lipped questioning from aggressive border guards, and an outside chance of a rubber-gloved rectal rummage are all part of the fun. So, if Chertoff & Co. want to tighten Fortress America further, it’s time we considered other more welcoming holiday options. Such as Iran or North Korea” (poweroftravel.org). 2. Who is telling America’s side of the story? NO ONE. Our government is silent. Transition: Until now…and this brings me to my term topic, which again I will remind you is, B. Term Topic Question & Preview : 1. Should congress pass the Travel Promotion Act of 2008? YES! 2. Today, I will describe the three dimensional solution driven by the Travel Promotion Act of 2008. a. The legislation proposes “to establish a non-profit corporation to communicate United States entry policies and otherwise promote tourist, business, and scholarly travel to the United States” (Travel Promotion Act, H.R.3232). b. This non-profit corporation would be responsible for the following three-dimension solution which includes, Create a 21 st Century Visa System
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