Is Romantic love a basis for Marriage?
Many songs had been written about romantic love, and a lot of books had been devoted to
this topic. Nevertheless, up till now this is still a favorite theme for many movies and
publications. However, in the real life
Get a knife, Get a Dog, but Get Rid of Guns Molly Ivins
The writer, in her humorous piece called, Get a Knife, Get a dog, but Get Rid of Guns,
argues for the removal of civilian gun ownership. She begins her argument with an unbiased
remark I am not antig
Cellphone Use by Drivers should be Illegal
Studies show that driving while talking on a cellphone can be dangerously distracting.
Yet most states have not banned handheld phones. Half a dozen states in the United States and
the District of Columbia prohib
Who Shot Johnny?
This is an American story by Debra Dickerson, and as the title says, who shot Johnny?
She writes to ask the question not to anyone in particular, but to herself. Johnny was shot and
paralyzed one night for innocently waving a car that was
Understanding the Culture of Nations
June Johnson in the eight chapter Merging and Clashing Cultures: Media, Technology,
Music, and Film, of her book Global Issues, Local Arguments analyzes how cultural
interactions- including food, diet, art, m
Letter from Birmingham Jail Martin Luther King
1. King attempts to make common cause with the eight clergymen in the third
paragraph, where he starts by somewhat appealing to their faith. He starts
with the stories in the bible about prophets of old who w
My Mother is a spirit
People around me (friends and family) contributed to who I am today. There is a saying that goes
it takes a society to train up a child. Nevertheless, the biggest influence I have is my mother. Many
people who may have influenced me
The Art of Letter Writing
Over the years with technology gracing us with email, Tweeter, Facebook, and Skype we
have lost the art of letter writing. We have lost the feeling of anticipation waiting for a letter from
a relative or a friend. Letter writing
Banning Pit Bulls as Pets
All dogs bite; to protect, when they are threatened, or because they are aggressive.
Certain breeds seem to be naturally more aggressive and protective than others.The breed that
comes to mind first is the Pit Bull Terrier known
Drunk Drivers Should Be Imprisoned On the First Offense
Drunk Drivers accounted for 32% of all traffic fatalities last year, according to the
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), which amounts to someone being
killed every forty-five mi
Should Yearly Driving Tests be Mandatory for people over 65?
For decades, teenagers are always singled out as being the worst drivers, and statistically
they are, but I think the elderly are more of a danger on the roads than teenagers are. At least
Is the Death Penalty too harsh?
Something that has continually being an issue in today's society is whether the death
penalty serves as a justified and valid form of punishment. Whenever the word "death penalty"
comes up, extremists from both sides start
Why Women Smile by Amy Cunningham.
Dear Ms. Amy,
I read your write-up Why Women Smile, and I loved it. I think it addresses societys
expectation placed on women to replace their real emotions with a smile as the social norm. You
stated that, The average w
Saudis in Bikinis
This is an essay where the title Saudis in Bikinis, clearly describes the content of the
essay. The essay addresses the culture, beliefs and societal values of the Saudi Arabians, and
their view on female dressing; especially the female
Are we too dependent on computers?
Try to imagine the world without computers and the Internet. Can you do it? I bet you
thought back to colonial times. Computers have made everything in all lifestyles easier, such as
shopping and basic communication. As
The poem The New Colossus written by Emma Lazarus in 1883 is about the Statue of Liberty
and how it welcomes immigrants from all over the world. The word colossus according to
Longman dictionary of contemporary English means someone or something that is e
Black Men and Public Spaces Brent Staples
The writer, in Black men and public spaces, finds himself bothered by the fear people
have when they are around him. He characterizes this to his being black. He stipulates that all
black men be often times, seen
Is Abortion murder or necessity?
In the past few decades, the issue of abortion has been brought into focus and has been
debated on. Since the 1960s abortion has been moving from an illegitimate status to a more
legitimate one, several cases have been fou
Security in Schools
In the past years, many Americans witnessed the horror of violence in high schools,
colleges and even elementary schools. Places such as Columbine, Colorado, Tennessee,
Connecticut, and Edinboro, Pennsylvania, will never be forgotten.
College so Far
As I draw near to the close of my first semester of college, I can honestly say the past few
months are almost like a blur. This first semester has taught me a few lessons that are going to
stick for a long time. Being a student
APHG period 2
Septermber 14, 2015
5 themes of geography questions
What are the latitude and longitude coordinates of your absolute location?
-The latitude and longitude of Houston, texas is 29.7604 N, 95.3698 W
What is your r