Friday, February 5, 2016

Meet The Press

  1. Rosie The Riveter

2. Walt Disney
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3. Dr. Seuss

Monday, February 1, 2016

Gun Control Debate

PRO Gun Control:

WHO?- Citizens and government of the US
WHAT?- How much gun violence costs
WHEN?- Modern day
WHERE?- America
WHY?- There's been a rise in gun violence and the argument of the con side is that the gun business brings the country a lot of money. However, the cost of gun violence is more than that.

Huffington Post

CON Gun Control:

WHO?- Nation Rifle Association & Australia
WHAT?- Australia's gun laws; bans and buyback
WHEN?- 1996 & 2015
WHERE?- Australia
WHY?- The NRA is using Australia as an example as to why gun control would be a bad idea.

The Age

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

The War On Drugs



The war on drugs is a prohibition of drugs, meaning that drugs are illegal and there is consequences for owning, selling, or taking drugs. The traditional aim is to reduce the illegal drug trade, using policies put in place to discourage drugs as a whole. Whether or not the war on drugs works, or is worth it, is debatable. The war on drugs is present primarily in the US, Mexico, and the Middle East, but has influence all around the worls. The term was made ppular by Richard Nixon when he declared druge abuse "public enemy number one". Source

Monday, September 28, 2015

Native American Project


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Tuesday, September 1, 2015

3 Careers

  • English and Literature Teacher
    • Pays: $85,920 annually on average in CA
    • Credentials: 4 years of schooling and 2 years of credential programs.
  • Actress
    • Pays: $40 average hourly in California
    • Credentials: Degree not necessarily needed, more experience leads to bigger rolls. 
  • Neuropsychologist/Psychobiologist
    • Pays: $83,910 average annually in CA
    • $89,220 average annually in SF bay area
    • $99,190 average in Oakland area
    • Credentials:  
    • 1. a Bachelors Degree at a university (3 or 4 years) in some suitable subject (e.g. anthropology, zoology, anatomy, depending on your interests), generally followed by: 
      • 2. a Masters program (1 or 2 years), and then finally
      • 3. a Doctorate (3 to 5 years).