Imagine a place where you can believe anything you want to, where you have many cool inventions, and have strong powerful men and fighting for you. America is my home forever. I was born and raised here and i don’t plan on moving. I am proud to be an American because i have freedom of religion, advanced technology, and a strong military. Firstly, America has the freedom of religion.
One of the most important things the Pledge of Allegiance means to me, is that all Americans will be shown justice, and fight for it. We will be treated equally, and we will have liberty. To many people from other parts of the world, the United States of America is the perfect country, mainly because the citizens have freedoms and are shown justice. The Pledge of Allegiance is important, and it sums up what the U.S.A. is all about. What the Pledge of Allegiance says makes a proud American, and it should be the same for
It is not the actual states that put the “United” in the United States; it is the people of America that put the “United” in the United States. Through a well-organized essay, “One Nation, Slightly Divisible,” David Brooks describes the diverse ways of life between Republicans and Democrats. Brooks effectively uses strong nonbiased points to assist the reader in agreeing and understanding his every thought. This allows Brooks to easily reach his intended audience- anyone interested in the diverse ways of life between Republicans and Democrats. America is a united nation despite the differences between people and their culture.
There is a lot of founding principles in the United States of America but freedom, life, liberty and purist of happiness is my way of defining are founding principles. One of the founding principles is freedom. Freedom plays a big part in the United States of America. Thats mainly what were about.The First Amendment protects many of the freedoms that we use on a daily basis, such as freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of religion, and the right to have assemble. The first ten amendments together outline the various basic freedoms that makes the United States Of America a great place to live.
The theme of the story is about individual freedom. The year was 2081, and everybody was finally equal. They were not only equal before God and the law. They were equal every which way. All this equality was due to the Amendments to the constitution, and vigilance of agents of the United States Handicapper General (Vonnegut 8).
Jon Cunningham English 1301 Dr. Miller 22 Nov 2013 An American Conscience The United States of America has been a beacon of light for those seeking to live a life free from oppression. Those landing on her shores come seeking a life where they can achieve any dream they strive for and the freedom do as they please without fearing recourse from an oppressive government. According to our Constitution, our government receives its limited powers from the people and is held accountable to those same people every election cycle. These same people expect their government to make and pass laws that reflect the good of the country as a whole and respect the individual liberties that each citizen enjoys. Closer examination shows that our Constitutional
He couldn’t have said it better. Being an American means equal opportunities. One has the freedom to practice any religion, get any job they want, live anywhere they want, all regardless of skin color or beliefs. Being American, means being free. One of the main things that is American is the right to vote.
A nation built from the ground up. A land tamed from the wild. The poor rising to riches. Prosperity followed America. A land where all were welcome and anyone, from any nation, any social status had every right in pride to be called American and achieve ‘The American Dream’.
Civil Rights Abraham Sirkin Ms. Lundgren English 11 April 28, 2015 The American Dream is the ideal that every United States citizen should have an equal opportunity to achieve success and prosperity through hard work, determination and initiative. Since the beginning of time men and women have been trying to create equal grounds for everyone. For over 90 years African-Americans have been trying to get the same rights as everyone else. A civil right is an enforceable right or privilege, which if interfered with another gives rise to an action for injury. For many Americans the American Dream is living in a country where all citizens have equal rights, opportunities, and no discrimination; but this is not true.