The former president proposed the Iraq war after he led the US response to 9/11. He was the former Governor of Texas before his presidency. Since the 1950’s the Bush family has been in politics. Former progressive republican senator from Connecticut was George W. Bush’s grandfather, Prescott Bush. Bush’s father was the former vice president and president of the United States.
At the young age of 44 that he is now and the twenty years he has been in the industry he has had an array of famous cliental, such as, Elle Macpherson, Linda Evangelista, Olivia Newton-John, Kerri-Anne Kennerly, Kylie Minogue, Judy Davis and in 1997, a highlight of his career and an absolute privilege was that he worked with the late Diana. Princess Of Wales.
Judicial appointments commission- considers wider range of candidates now, therefore there’ are more judges from different social background and more woman are able to hold the position of a judge. Several successive ‘liberal minded’ judges have taken up senior positions, therefore the decisions of judges would be more neutral and independent as people from social background as well as different gender give wider opinion on any case as well as “liberal minded” judges would criticise the government and defend civil liberty better than judges from a very narrow conservative background, which might be bias towards government. For example, Lords Woolf, Hoffman and Bingham are all judges that are quick to criticise the government and defend civil liberty. Lord Chancellor had been removed from judicial function and now is just secretary of state for Ministry of Justice. These means that judiciary are more independent now as Lord Chancellor who is a member of government and therefore can be bias towards government on some cases can’t be one of the very senior judges as he used to sit as a judge in the Judicial Committee of the House of Lords before the Constitutional Reform Act 2005 Establishment of Supreme Court 2009 and abolishment of the appellate jurisdiction of the House of Lords, because of that jurisdiction became independent from House of Lords and therefore the decisions are more neutral as Supreme
Would not a reasonable layperson in the position of the applicant think that she had been discriminated against because of age? I think that a reasonable person would believe she was discriminated against because of her age. The EEOC gave her a right to sue letter cause she did meet all the requirements to establish a prima facie case, so even they felt with the information at hand that she had a case. Justice Munley states that “lacking direct evidence
Elena Kagan Biography Elena Kagan is the newest and youngest member of the United States Supreme Court (U.S. Supreme Court). She was nominated as an Associate Justice by President Barack Obama and was sworn into office on August 7, 2010 (U.S. Supreme Court). She is the 112th Supreme Court Justice to serve on the court and the 4th woman to serve (U.S. Supreme Court). Elena Kagan served as the U.S. Solicitor General from January 2009 until her Supreme Court nomination in May 2010 under the Obama administration (Who Runs Gov).
Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor An American Dream Lydia Torres North Country Community College Lydia Torres Lucille Bowen American Government POS 102M November 17, 2010 Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor An American Dream Justice Sonia Sotomayor is living what many Americans would call “The American Dream.” On May 26, 2009, President Obama nominated Judge Sonia Sotomayor of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit to fill the Supreme Court seat that would be vacated by retiring Justice David Souter (CRS, 2009). Her nomination to the Supreme Court gave many Hispanics a great sense of pride. Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s journey to the Supreme Court has not been an easy one. In this essay I will describe
Sarah Palin began her political career in 1992 when she became a member of the Wasilla Alaska city council. She then went on to chair for the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commision, and then rose to Governor of Alaska in 2006. On August 29, 2008, Republican presidential candidate John McCain announced he had chosen her as his running mate. With this political background in mind, is Sarah Palin really qualified for the second highest position in our great nation? The answer is yes!
Should the Westminster electoral system be reformed? The Westminster electoral system has been a target for reform for a long time. Despite the loss in the 2011 referendum, reform is still wanted by a number of people especially the Liberal Democrats who will benefit the most. First Past the Post is the system that Westminster uses for election to the Houses of Commons it is a simple majority or plurality system that requires a candidate to get more votes than anyone else. One argument that the Westminster electoral system should be reformed is that First Past the Post doesn't give the social representation that other system gives, for example in the Parliament elected in 2010, women, 51% of the population, are represented by 22% of Parliament therefore an under representation, however, university educated are overrepresented, 91% of the Houses of Commons represent 31% of the population but having PR doesn't guarantee that the social composition of Parliament only making the percentage of votes more proportional towards the seats.
Whitman has served as an executive in numerous international companies, including Procter & Gamble, The Walt Disney Company, DreamWorks, and Hasbro in addition to eBay. In September 2009 she announced her candidacy for Governor of California, as a Republican. She won the primary on June 8, 2010. She will face Jerry Brown in the November election. Beginning her career in 1979 as a brand manager at Procter & Gamble in Cincinnati, Ohio, Whitman later moved on to
Has anyone ever thought about racism still being affected in the election? They say racism has disappeared in some areas of the world, but I think NOT! Why is it that some people will vote based on color or race and others will not? Recently in the New York Times Gloria Steinem argued that, “if Barack Obama was a woman, he wouldn’t be elected”. Gender is probably the most restricting force in the American life.