About Sonia Sonia Sotomayor was born on June 25, 1954. She is the 111th justice, the first Hispanic justice, and the third female justice of the Supreme Court. She was born in the Bronx, New York, and is a Puerto Rican descendent. She graduated A. B., Summa cum lade, from Princeton University in 1967.
He resigned do to the victory of the presidential election in 2008. Obama was born in Honolulu Hawaii. He attended and graduated Columbia University and Harvard Law School. Obama was born August 4 1961. Barack worked as a civil rights attorney in Chicago and taught the Constitutional Law at the University of Chicago from 1992 to 2004.
The September 10, 2009 Wall Street Journal article, “Why are Jews Liberal?” researched and found that since 1928, the average Jewish vote for the Democrat in presidential elections has been an amazing 75 percent (2009. Wall Street Journal Online). Krugman was brought up in a traditional Jewish home (2011. The New York Times). And, as pointed out in Chapter 6 of ‘We the People’, family is the leading agent of political socialization (2011. p. 192).
Carter Campbell Mr. Abedinifard ENG 102 (AS25) 31 Oct 2014 In his essay “Is Google Making Us Stupid”, published in The Atlantic, Nicolas Carr expresses his opinions on the effect the internet has on people’s attentions spans and their intelligence. Carr talks about how reading lengthy articles has become more challenging for him as his internet usage increases. “Immersing myself in a book or article used to be easy. That’s rarely the case anymore” (92). Not only does Carr believe this but states others, including friends and colleagues are also experiencing this affect.
Carr does this to show just how big of an impact that the internet has not only on the literary society, but society as a whole. This essay is primarily a convincing essay, in that Carr is attempting to explain why Google is creating an attention-deficit society. He states that, “Immersing myself in a book or a lengthy article used to be easy.”(603) Nicholas then goes on to mention how his concentration starts to wonder after reading two to three pages. The intimate relationship between the reader and the text is lost. Carr feels as though he has to constantly find his way back to the original text because of distractions.
Clinton took office at the end of the Cold War which made him the first president of the baby boomer generation. Throughout his political career Clinton has been described as a New Democrat. He is an alumnus of Georgetown University and earned a Rhodes scholarship to attend the University of Oxford. His wife, Hillary Rodham Clinton, has served as the United States Secretary of State since 2009 and was also a Senator from New York. Both Clintons received law degrees from Yale Law School.
Google: Dumbing Down Society Does the Internet make us stupid? Or does it simply allow us to become more efficient? The answer is yes to both, and these are questions that come to mind while reading an article titled “Is Google Making Us Stupid?” by Nicholas Carr. If you were born in the early 90’s or before, it is safe to assume you have witnessed the rapid evolution of technology, which has now led to the simplicity of tasks that used to require a great amount of time and effort. In this article, Carr explains to us the ways in which he believes that technology has affected our society.
A simple approach to find literature This essay is a decisive scrutiny of two articles that I found interesting. The articles are titled ‘Is Google making us stupid?’ and ‘Girl Unprotected’. This text summarizes each article, states their theses and key points, and analyze whether or not the authors achieved the goal for which the essays were written. The first article under analysis was authored by Nicholas Carr, titled ‘Is Google making us stupid?’ As hinted in the catchy title, the author examines the negative aspects of the ease of finding information on the Internet presents. He praises the internet as a conduit of immense, imperishable information but in the same place criticizes it for changing the world’s reading culture, particularly his own.
These states were white-supremacy states. Black Americans did not vote, and they were suppressed and oppressed in countless ways. The criminal justice system in the South was no friend of the southern blacks. Gerald C. Brandon, a southern white lawyer from Mississippi, told the facts about southern justice when he addressed the Mississippi Bar Association in 1910. He said “it is next to an impossibility to convict even upon the strongest evidence any white man of a crime of violence upon the person of a negro…I have even heard attorneys make the appeal to a jury that no white man should be punished for killing a negro.” He also stated “it is next to an impossibility to acquit a negro of any crime of violence where a white man is concerned” (Friedman
Recent high profile court cases have led to many voicing their belief that there is deep institutionalised discrimination against minorities. An example of this is the ‘Zimmerman vs Martin’ case. Zimmerman (white male) actively ignored dispatcher advice and chased Trayvon Martin (black make) before a fight broke out, in which Zimmerman killed Martin with a gun. Zimmerman then walked free. Many believe that the outcome would have been completely different had the roles been reversed.