Considered by many, one of these extraordinary speakers is our one and only President Clinton. William Jefferson “Bill” Clinton was born in Hope, Arkansas August 19, 1946. Clinton is an American politician who served as the 42nd President of the United States. Serving two terms in the White house from 1993 to 200, he was inaugurated at age 46 and was the third-youngest president in U.S history. Clinton took office at the end of the Cold War which made him the first president of the baby boomer generation.
John F. Kennedy was elected the youngest and first Roman Catholic President of the United States on November 8, 1960. After being elected JFK started composing his inaugural speech on a yellow legal notepad, seeking help from his friends and those around him (Our Documents). On January 20, 1961 President John F. Kennedy delivered his first and only inaugural speech. Kennedy’s inaugural speech was the fourth shortest, at a total of just 1,364 words and a total time of thirteen minutes and fifty-nine seconds (JFK). Just after serving as President of The United States for one thousand days, on November 22, 1963, President
B3 Bill Clinton Bill Clinton Bill Clinton was elected to be our fourty-second President of the United States in 1993. At that time, he was 42 years old. His wife is Hillary Rodham Clinton. They were married in 1975 and have one Daughter (Chelsea) who was born in 1980. He was elected as the Attorney General of Arkansas in 1976 and served until 1978.
Lindsey Byrd Comp 1 MW 1:00-2:40 10-12-2012 Process Essay Presidential Campaign Every four years, there is an immense event that happens in the United States, which is concerned with the future of America and that event is known as the Presidential Election. Voting is a very important means for the American citizen to manage the affairs of the state and supervise the government. Citizens can exert their political rights and express their view through the right to vote. A United States presidential election is the key event in a lengthy process that begins almost as soon as a new president is inaugurated. In order for one to become president of the United States, he or she must gain the votes from the public; however, this
Though Eisenhower passed the entrance exam, he was beyond the age of eligibility for admission to the Naval Academy. David Dwight Eisenhower died of congestive heart failure on March 28, 1969 at Walter Reed Army Hospital in Washington D.C. Dwight Eisenhower was the 34th president of the United States. As president he accomplished a lot of things. He served as a Supreme Commander of the Allied forces in Europe. After the war, he became President of Columbia University.
Wheeler 1 Paul Wheeler ENC 1101/386 Professor Marn 11 September 2012 Writing Sample The reason I choose President Ronald Reagan as my topic, he was the first President I voted for. It was for his second term and I liked his campaign pledge of 1980. When he said I will restore “The great, confident roar of American progress and growth Optimism (Beschloss, Hugh). Before President Reagan became our 40th President in 1980, he lost the party nomination in 1968 and then again 1976(“Ronald Reagan”). His Presidency almost came to end after 69 days in office, When he survived assignation Attempt while leaving a Washington, Dc hotel (Beschloss,
hSydney Penny October 17, 2012 Mr. Robinson 2A The 2nd Presidential Debate In the presidential debate both candidates are allowed two minutes each to answer a question and then a follow up of two minutes. The two candidates debating include president Obama, and governor Mitt Romney. Governor Romney wins the coin toss so he will go first, A young man named Jeremy asks the first question, he asks if, or what governor Romney can do to assure him and his parents that he will have a life supporting job when he graduates from college in 2014. Romney speaks about creating jobs and lowering college costs, but never clearly says how he will achieve such goals. Obama says the most important thing is to create not only jobs but high paying
Sean Teeter 10-11-11 Civics President 1. Barack Obama is the 44th president of the United States of America. He is the first African American to be president. Before becoming president he was the senator of Illinois. He resigned do to the victory of the presidential election in 2008.
Honest Abe Abraham Lincoln is famous for wearing the tallest hats, but was most influential for his accomplishment for reuniting the country. Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809 near Hodgenville, Kentucky. As a child, he was a bibliophile. The white house took in his wife, and two young sons, because one of them had pasted away. His political party was Republican serving only two terms, as he was assassinated on April 15, 1865.
------------------------------------------------- Introduction History shows that despite their differences in ideology, most U.S. presidents have qualities in common with their predecessors. This year is the 50th anniversary of the death of JFK, and Obama is well into his 2nd term as President of the United States. Comparisons between these two presidents began in earnest when Obama first ran for the highest office in the land. So, the question remains, are the presidencies of John F. Kennedy and Barack Obama as similar as people believe them to be? ------------------------------------------------- Contemporary Situation: Barack Obama’s Presidency During the 2008 Presidential Campaign, Democratic Nominee Barack Obama received significant support from prominent Republicans, including former governors, members of congress and other high-ranking officials.