Many was against the signing of a Domestic spying started after 9/11 terrorist attacks. The potential impact domestic spying can have on society is economic consequences. Another potential impact of domestic spying is the invasion of the American people privacy. The American people already have a hard time trusting the government but domestic spying increases their distrust. The government has lied and been in more scandals than anything.
Petruchio forces Katherina (Kate) to change from an abrasive, bad tempered, ill mouthed shrew into a perfect, docile, honey-tongued wife. Written between 1590 and 1594, it has claimed the title of one of Shakespeare's earliest Comedies and also one of his most controversial works. Particularly for modern audiences, Petruchio and his methods are what have earned this play its name as a highly misogynistic text. Via abuse, public humiliation and starvation he finally attains his goal of taming Katherina. Petruchio, a wealthy and unmarried gentlemen from Verona, wishes a wife.
The government, like any other from a different country, has censored a lot of information from us that shouldn’t be. Our world may seem under control and going well, but really when we think about things, its because we don’t know something, it has been blocked from us for any reason, or they (our government or any ruling power) try to eliminate things because we don’t want to loose control. On the contrast, like any argument there’s an opposing side. There is a large amount of people who believe in censorship due to information being taken in could cause physical or psychological harm. Also, other factors that could cause harm: national security, pornography, and privacy.
Beatrice is cynical and witty; she doesn’t conform when it comes to the role of women in Elizabethan time. In terms of how males view females, there is a theme of cuckoldry (men who married unfaithful wives). This is shown in the first scene when Leonato confirms that Hero is his daughter, ‘Her mother hath many times told me so’, a joke at her expense, implying she is unfaithful to him. In a conversation between Claudio and Benedick, they talk about Hero. Claudio asks if he ‘noted’ her, Benedick tells him he did not, but he ‘looked on her’.
Maybe He has no talent. At the beginning, his paintings could not be appreciated by nobody, he was nearly dead once he was very sick. His friends，Dirk, a stout friendly Dutchman, save him by carry him to his studio, but Strickland seduced Dirk Stroeve's wife. Strickland do not like her at all, he just wanted to sex and after he finished her nude painting, he had little feeling about her and dumped her, Mrs. Stroeve committed to suicide. Strickland totally without any regret about it.
Michael Moore handled the documentary very well. He had well worded questions and responses that really nailed the people he was interviewing. Michael Moore really knows how to persuade and talk. For example, he convinced Kmart to stop selling ammunition to handguns and assault weapons. Another subject he spoke about in the documentary was “Why does America have so many more gun murders than the rest of the world?” He spoke of many different possible reasons, but never really found the real reason.
Molloy also uses the character to almost mock men and belittle them by saying ‘men were my performing seals’. This could also be seen as a way to sexualise men, and treat them as if they get rewarded for doing something well- like a performing deal would. She feels that she has a lot of control over them- ‘men were my buttresses’. The fact that she is describing men as ‘buttresses’ and ‘towers’ tells the reader that she almost depends on them- and without them she would fall. The poem shows the weakness of women and how much we depend on men.
Elizabeth breaks the news to John that Abigail, the woman (or more teenager) that John had sex with, is telling people all over town that certain members of society are witches. Elizabeth hears from one of the accused that Abigail is to blame which sparks anger in John. Even though John tries to tell Elizabeth of Abigail's good nature, Elizabeth believes that Abigail is to blame solely because she committed adultery with her (Elizabeth's) husband. "My Wife will never die for me!...that goodness will not die for me," (38)! John soon comes to the conclusion that Elizabeth doesn't care about him since Elizabeth doesn't care about Abigail.
Many themes included jealousy, romantic love, racism and most importantly the role of men and women during that time. With Iago's snide remarks about women ranging to Emilia's speech about how the men were at fault for unfaithful wives. Women were expected to be submissive to the males in their life, considered as property and their virtue highly valued. Desdemona, Emilia and Bianca are all somehow rejected by their partners for not living up to the expectations of women in their society in the eyes of the husbands or lovers. During this time unmarried women were considered their father's property, and once married the property of their husband.
In this failure to meet expectations, men and women become resentful and demanding, and love dies even with all the brilliant and complex psychological models available. Love can survive if men and women can communicate and appreciate their differences. John Gray presents a useful version of the Golden Rule. The Golden Rule tells us to do unto others what we would have them do unto us. We want our spouses to understand our needs and desires, and then fulfill them.