• Green Products- a Need of Hour
    Green Products- A Need of Hour Kondawar Deepak G. * Md. Aslam Md. Hussian** * Abstract: - In the last few decades, concern for the environment has increased significantly and, at the same time, people’s values and attitudes towards nature have changed substantially. We think the way we a
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  • Tolerance is the need of hour
    Religious leaders Wednesday urged the clerics of all religions to play their role in preaching tolerance and to show respect to sacred ideas, practices and personalities of every religion. Addressing the ‘National Solidarity Conference’ organized by Pakistan Ulema Council (PUC) at a local...
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  • The Growing Need for the Aware
    We as Americans need to become more sensitive to our use of language because with the increasing number of ethnic groups in the country one has to be cautious as to how they should define a certain group. Political correctness is a type of medium that helps us come to respect and communicate with t
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  • A World in Need of Tolerance
    I did not know what to expect from the Museum of Tolerance, I went in with the feeling that I was doing this just for class and was semi-interested. When we arrived we were a little early for our tour and had a little over half an hour to kill. We were directed to the second floor where the multimed
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  • Persuasive Speech
    It was October 6, 1998 when he was lured from the bar that cold, fateful night. His skull was smashed with a pistol butt as he was lashed to a fence, left for dead in near freezing temperatures. Nearly eighteen hours later he was found by passersby and taken to a hospital where we remained in a coma
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  • Freedom of Speech
    "Whatever words we utter should be chosen with care for people will hear them and be influenced by them for good or ill." Someone once said. I stumbled across this sentence when I was roaming the internet and I thought to myself this applies more to professional athletes than anyone else. Whethe
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  • Hate Speech in Colleges
    Hate Speech Codes: Ineffective and Unconstitutional Even though there has been a large increase in the number of hate speech codes in colleges and universities, the increase in the amount of hate speech incidents across the nation shows that these guidelines are ineffective. While hate speech code
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  • Newscasters Need to Stay on Topic
    Do the newscasters in today's television news show enough emotion? The newscasters move in and out of one story and go right into the other without even a pause, reflection, or thought. The news today in television, radio and the press is all politics. The news has become all about who has the hi
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  • How Many Nukes Does the World Need
    How Many Nukes Does the World Need? Is the National Missile Defense a good use of taxpayer dollars? In today's expanding economy, it becomes necessary to provide stability and to protect our achievements. The United States has been involved in a multitude of treaties (one being the ABM, Anti-Balli
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  • Freedom of Speech
    Fiorella A. Silva Rebolledo Inst. Alexander Zaldivar SPC 1026 October 19, 2007 Topic: Do you believe that free speech as proscribed under the first amendment of the constitution should be limited? The entire American Government is based in the belief that all human beings are born with cert
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  • Against Hate Speech Essay
    First Amendment Rights—McCall's Evolution as Protector Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Governme
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  • Freedom of Speech?
    Randa Nakib Final Draft Essay 1 Freedom Of Speech? Living in America means that we as citizens of the country have many rights according to the laws stated in the United States Constitution, which stands for our principles and make up the rights that American's deserve. One major freedom w
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  • ‘Freedom of Speech Means the Freedom to Offend.'
    George Orwell once famously said ‘If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.' This sentence sums up the very essence of free speech; it is, as Orwell believed, the mother of all civil rights. Without the unconditional freedom to offend it cann
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  • The Valedictorian Speech
    Evan Wiebe Valedictorian Speech Good evening everyone; teachers, faculty, family, friends, and the Walkerville graduating class of 2008! Wow. This day arrived so quickly – this final high school farewell seemed so distant, but it snuck up on us before we knew it. School is tricky like that;
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  • Speech on Space Exploration
    INTRODUCTION Space exploration is the investigation of physical conditions in space and on stars, planets, and their moons through the use of artificial satellites (spacecraft that orbit the earth), space probes (spacecraft that pass through the solar system and that may or may not orbit another ce
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  • Good Speech Is the Solution to Hate Speech
    The line between harm and offence is often indistinct, yet the two are separate. People who are harmed have a limited choice in reaction, while people who are offended can choose to respond in different manners. For instance, a person is crossing the road when a car appears. The driver is drunk and
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  • Freedom of Speech Mill and Freiberg
    THE MOST MEANINGFUL FREEDOM Freedom of speech is the key element of the real democracies. Freedom of speech is also concerned to the idea that people can speak freely without being stopped, or censored. Freedom of speech is briefly hallmark of democracy because democracy is based on in
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  • Persuasive Speech
    Persuasive speech outline purpose: To persuade my audience to donate blood through the American Red Cross. Introduction: 1. Did you know that blood donated to the American Red Cross saves XXX lives per year? 2. People should give blood because it is easy and though there might be a little pain
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  • What You Need to Know About Schizophrenia
    Schizophrenia is a disorder which affects about 1% of the world population, has a 10% suicide rate, an estimated $20 billion in lost productivity and $11.1 billion in medical costs in the United States in 1980 (Andreasen, 1995). The main characteristics are troubled language, communication, thought
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  • Pro Illegal Immigration Speech
    Sara Rosas April15th, 2010 COM103 Persuasive Speech Topic: illegal immigration General Purpose: to persuade Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience to be pro illegal immigration. Central Idea: I will persuade you that illegal immigrants should be allowed to stay in the U.S. b
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