Class President Speech
Hello, my name is (insert name) , and I'm running for class president. You may know me for my incoherent rambling and mad (insert activity) skills, but what I am here today to discuss with you has nothing to do with those wonderful qualities. I'm here to discuss fun, and m
Class President Speech
Hello, my name is Joe , and I'm running for class president. You may know me for my incoherent rambling and mad Wrestling skills, but what I am here today to discuss with you has nothing to do with those wonderful qualities. I'm here to discuss fun, and more importantl
Space exploration is the investigation of physical conditions in space and on stars, planets, and their moons through the use of artificial satellites (spacecraft that orbit the earth), space probes (spacecraft that pass through the solar system and that may or may not orbit another ce
In The Club, friendship and loyalty are forgotten. The characters in this play sneak around behind each other's backs, trying to achieve one thing; they are trying to hold onto their position. They want to replace some members of the Club so that they can start a new and better club, without the i
Female Serial Killer
Rochester, Michigan in the 1960’s, a small typical American town, however, behind the neat lawns and white clapboard exteriors was a community out of control. Aileen Wuornos, born Aileen Carol Pratt on February 29, 1956, was one of those out of control child
Please give three reasons why ISB should admit you into the class of 2010. These reasons should ideally differentiate you from your competition. (300 words max)
You are contesting the election to be the President of the ISB Student Body. Write a speech you will deliver to the student body on why
“I want you to hit me as hard as you can” (37)—the line that made Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club famous. The book, Palahniuk’s first to be published, was an anything but shy debut for the author. Its putrid language, grotesque fight scenes, and anarchist overtones were adored by some and a
The Target Audiences of Oprah’s Book Club
Oprah’s Book Club has become the most popular and influential literary discussion since its creation in 1996. Oprah was able to encourage change throughout America by promoting literacy through her talk show. Ted Striphas explores the cultu
Thomas Woodrow Wilson was born in Staunton, Virgina on December 28, 1856 as the third of four children to Reverend Dr. Joseph Wilson and Janet Woodrow. His ancestry was Scots-Irish and Scottish. His grandparents immigrated to the United States from Strabane, County Tyrone, in modern-day Northern Ire
The Communication Decency Act: The Fight For Freedom of Speech on the Internet
The Communication Decency Act is a bill which has insulted our right as
American citizens. It a bill which SHOULD not pass. I'll share with you how
Internet users are reacting to this bill, and why they say it is
I am a part of NGO which is running a cause for people with disabilities.
An inspirational speech for the disabled people to motivate them to become successful.
Target Audience: Persons with disabilities except for deaf & dumb people.
How are you?
President Jackson and the Removal of the Cherokee Indians
"The decision of the Jackson administration to remove the Cherokee
Indians to lands west of the Mississippi River in the 1830's was more a
reformulation of the national policy that had been in effect since the
1790's than a chang
"Hey, Sabrina, are you Japanese or Chinese?" I asked. Her reply, as it seems to be for a lot of minority groups, is, "Neither, I'm Chinese-American." So, besides her American accent and a hyphenated ending on her answer to the SAT questionnaire about her ethnic background, what's the difference? In
Hello everyone and good afternoon. I would like to thank everyone for joining us in this extraordinary chapter of our lives. I would like to start off by asking everyone to look around. For once, we all look the same. We all have that bright smile on our faces and the good feeling
Presidential Campaign Speech
In every school election, people will make long speeches about how they are qualified to be president of their grade. In middle school, I had to sit through speech upon speech as people I'd never vote for tried to sway my opinion, and I realized, I should be presiden
How to make a taser
Hello ladies and gentlemen, my name is Callum Worsley and today I am going to teach you how to make a high voltage taser, non-deadly of course.
First of all, we’ll start off with the things you need, the items needed are very easy to get a hold of and you shouldn’t have
Excerpts of Robespierre's speech of February 5, 1794
It is time to mark clearly the aim of the Revolution and the end toward which we wish to move; it is time to take stock of ourselves, of the obstacles which we still face, and of the means which we ought to adopt to attain our objective . . . .
David Williamson's "The Club" and "The Removalists"
In his play The Club, David Williamson presents numerous Australian
attitudes of the 1970s. However, many of these attitudes are still relevant and
fairly accurate representations of Australian attitudes in the 1990s, although
“Fight Club” is a novel by Chuck Palahniuk about a man who suffers from schizophrenia and starts a violent club aimed at rebuilding society. I’m extremely impressed by this book because of the awesome amount of thought and reasoning which has been put into the plot, idea and charac
We The People
In President Barack Obama’s speech, he often mentioned the past history of the United States of America, starting with the founding documents of our country. The founding documents its self are the history of our country, but we looked at it in a different perspective; as it was an
While assuming a mournful tone that suggests the survivor resents his treasure as the result of a self-destructive materialism, the speech also acknowledges with nostalgia the high value accorded to the accumulation and spread of wealth in Germanic warrior culture. Such moral ambivalence results fro
Propaganda in the Online Free Speech Campaign
Propaganda and Mass Communication
July 1, 1996
In February 1996, President Bill Clinton signed into law the
Telecommunications Act of 1996, the first revision of our country's
communications laws in 62 years. This historic event has been greeted
In Cleveland, Ohio, on May 6, Emma Goldman, "The Anarchist," gave a speech. She outlined the principles and methods of anarchy in this beautiful speech, where she said, "We
desire complete individual liberty, and this can never be obtained as long as there is an existing government
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A. As Illinois secretary of state, Jesse White's usual domain consists of licensing drivers, registering corporations and publishing the state's blue book manual, but he has recently turned his attention to people walking across the street.
1. According t
Speech delivered by Anthony F. Camilleri, President of KSU at the opening
of the academic year 2005-6
University of Malta, Tal-Qroqq – October 2005
Before starting, I would like to ask you all to rise and observe a few moments
silence to commemorate the lives of our friends and colleagues Fabi
Few people are fearless speakers. As students, we generally feel the rumble of butterflies in our stomachs, but the most we have to lose is a good grade.
For Emma Goldman, the stakes were considerably higher. She had the daunting
task of speaking to secure her own freedom when she was placed
The 2008 Candidate: Why Hillary Clinton?
Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton (born October 26th, 1947) is the junior United States Senator from New York and a member of the Democratic Party. She is married to Bill Clinton, the 42nd President of the United States, and was the First Lady of the United Stat
Berlin Wall speech.
In June of 1963, President Kennedy paid visit to five Western European nations in order to build unity among American allies. After Germany’s defeat in the Second World War, the country had been divided into two, with East Germany under Soviet control and West Germany becomi
The Unilateralist Club
"When my love swears that she is made of truth
I do believe her, though I know she lies."
William Shakespeare. Sonnet CXXXVIII
"We are all capable of believing things which we know to be untrue, and then, when we are finally proved wrong, we impudently twist the