Do you think that Americans need the Electoral College to elect their president? (Possible follow up question for students against the electoral college process) What would be your suggestion(s) for change regarding this process? No, because the only purpose it serves is including those who didn't vote just by being a resident of the state that voted for one candidate or another. I think we should do it purely by popular vote because that way it could try to get those who aren't involved motivation to get involved because that way it makes all states seem important and not just the ones that have the biggest electoral college. Compare how the media has evolved over time from the 1800’s until now in regards to political communication.
However, if you are 35 more and have actively served in the United States military the NYPD may add six years to the age requirement. Even though the nypd and lapd have similar steps in there hiring process, there are many reasons why the LAPD it is slightly different. The first step to the LAPD is filling out a Preliminary Background Application and Job Preview Questionnaire, this is a very common first step to many companies hiring process. Next is the Personal Qualifications Essay. In the essay, you are to answer questions about your work ethic, decision making skills, and judgment After that essay is submitted a Background Investigation and Polygraph Examination is required.
Thesis Statement: The US Citizenship Naturalization is a process that permits legal immigrants residing in the United States to become an American citizen. There are 7 general steps to follow to become an US citizen, such as eligibility, application, pay for the process take a test and take the oath. I. The applicants needs to be eligible to apply for US citizenship II. The applicant needs to complete and application and provide certain documents for processing III.
On the political side, everyone is free to reject, to revolute and simply to say no. Another aspect of freedom which the American Dream stresses is the freedom of religion as the early founders of the American society have suffered a lot from religious abuse. Freedom of religious beliefs is a basic right for everyone, and any difference in religion cannot be a reason for difference in the gained rights in society. As the American Dream has given great value to the individual, the freedom of expressing person’s opinion and thoughts has imposed itself. Individualism that the American Dream has believed in has made people believe that as they are free individuals everyone should have an opinion and it must at least be heard and respected.
You must be a United States citizen.2. You must possess a valid automobile driver's license.3. You must take and pass the CBP Border Patrol entrance examination. The CBP Border Patrol entrance examination is a three-part test, which covers logical reasoning skill, Spanish Language, or if you don't speak Spanish, an Artificial Language test that predicts your ability to learn Spanish, and an assessment of job related experiences and achievements.4. To qualify at the GL-5 level, you must have a substantial background of experience (paid, voluntary, full or part-time), of which at least one year must have been comparable in level of difficulty and responsibility to grade GS-4 in the federal service.
* Be physically present in the U.S. for at least 30 months out of the 5 years immediately preceding the date of filing N-400. * Have basic understanding of U.S. history and government (civics). * Be a person of good moral character. * Demonstrate an attachment of principles and ideas of the U.S. Constitution. The immigration process is a lot of things to go through, the cost of filing forms ($595),fingerprinting ($85), Biometrics ($85), tests
Out of those 44, most Americans consider only a couple to be truly transformational. So before the question of whether Obama is transformational or not, Americans must understand what it takes to become transformational. Every president who takes office wants to be remembered as one who changed America and transformed people's lives. However, before Obama even stepped into the
A long thing said short; I’m an American by blood, but not by mind. Everyone around there is completely brainwashed, living for the enthusiasm of accomplishing goal after goal. They say America is the land of possibilities and freedom. Well that is seemingly true, except the limit comes right after accomplishing the goal, when people have already moved on, or have been programmed to move on,
Voting for Our Future “We the People of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union,” must vote. Americans have more power than they think they have, but only if each and every individual exercises his or her right to vote. The problem is that on an important day such as Election Day, only about 58 percent of the population votes. Why is that? Citizens bicker, complain, and protest; yet do not vote.
The Importance of Voting Voting is a usually formal expression of opinion or will in response to a proposed decision; especially: one given as an indication of approval or disapproval of a proposal, motion, or candidate for office. The question is why is it important to vote? Being able to vote was not a right. Everyone could not vote centuries ago until 1971 when the Twenty-Sixth Amendment lowered the voting age to 18 and gave all Americans the right to vote. Many fought for, marched for, and died for over the ability to vote centuries ago; but several key reasons will explain why voting is such an important thing to do.