Media : 2012 Commercial - Firms
http:/www.livingroomcandidate.org/commercials/2012 (select 3rd Democrat option)
In this 2012 commercial, paid for and approved by Barack Obama, some of Mitt
Romneys flaws are described to the tune of Romney
I, write this opinion to support the majority opinion on the case of Hazelwood v.
My opinion represents the majority, as I sided with the school. The school paid for and
published the paper. As such, they have the right to dicta
02.03 The Anti-Federalists: Assessment
Being a supporter of the positions of the Anti-Federalists seems to be the wiser choice in
this case. The Anti-Federalists worked to ensure our individual rights were not taken out of
consideration, they wanted a str
Fictional Interview with a Naturalized Citizen
What reason did you have to leave your old country to become a U.S. citizen?
I was a writer back in Romania before I became a citizen. I had views which I included in
my writing that made me a dissente
Hello, President Obama.
The Constitution safeguards and limits individual rights in order to maintain the safety of
the general public, so these rights may not always be guaranteed, depending on the situation. For
example, ones right to f
Common Sense in the Modern Day
The Declaration of Independence was created in order to inform the British government of their
secession and why they made the decision to leave. In the document, the injustices committed by
the British gov
Without a college education, its hard to get a job in the real world.
Do you remember when you had to all of a sudden start paying
for education? Every year more and more student are having to
borrow money to be able to afford going to college.
02.04 What is Stock, AnywayAssignment
Investing Basics Chart
Use this chart to take notes from the lesson. Some information has been provided for you, but
you can add additional details to those sections.
Career Path Chart
Considering your interests and expectations, identify two career paths that suit your interests
and abilities. Complete the chart and reflection questions based on your research of your
chosen career paths.
Potential Career Paths
Tax Debate Worksheet
Career Name: Solany Espinal
Yearly Income: $70,000
Some Americans are supporting switching to a flat income tax rate of 15%. How much would
you pay under this plan?
(70,000) X .15) = $10,500
Calculator Tip: To multiply by a p
Price (in whole dollars)
In the supply graph shown above, S1 depicts the increase of supply for Lowe's in the United States.
Lowe's has a 50% off discount in their entire store
Select the "Generate My Data" button to get your unique set of data for this assignment.
(In whole dollars)
Price (in whole dollars)
The demand graph, D1,
01.05 Citizenship Review
Think about the lessons you completed in this module, and then use this 3-2-1 chart to fill in
details from your reflection. Use it when you call your instructor for the Discussion-Based
Assessment. The 3-2-1 chart will help
01.03 Create a T-Chart
Use the T-chart below to help you organize information and identify costs and benefits. At the
top of your chart, state your dilemma in the form of a question. You should have a minimum of
three costs and three benefits listed. Iden