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Transcript: - Married his wife Elizabeth Monroe (Kortright) in 1786. They had 3 children ( Eliza, James and Maria) Success because: He was a true politican and got done what he set out to do. He changed American history with the Monroe Doctrine as well as the buying of Florida Was the first president to ever be a U.S Senator In his 1820 election he received every vote execpt for one Was known as a honest, ambitious and energized president WAS A TRUE AMERICAN Works Cited - Died July 4th 1831 in New York, New York Success or Failure? - 5th president of the USA, known as the "Era-of-Good-Feelings" President. Served from 1817- 1825 - Fought in the Continental Army (during the Revolutionary War) th Successes Flag: Changed the number of stripes on the US flag to honor the original Colonies. The Missouri Compromise: peacefully resolved the conflict of the splitting of the U.S Senate and forbid slavery in all Northern States except Missouri. Spanish Florida: Discovered the vulnerability of Spanish rule in Florida and got Spain to sell Florida to the USA. Monroe Doctrine: He announced the Principle of 1823, which warned European powers not to get into the business of the Western Hemisphere. - At 16 years old he attended the University of Mary Washington. - Practiced law in Virginia The Panic of 1819 -Happened a year into his presidency -James Monroe did not respond forcefully in this depression - there was high unemployment, many foreclosures and bankruptcies - After retirement, with his wife he moved to his estate in Virginia and lived deeply in debt. - Was a U.S Senator, minister to France, Governor of Virginia, Delegate and secretary of state Failures Biography - Was a Democratic- Republican Images: James Monroe. Conservapedia. Web. 18 Oct. 2012. <>. JAMES MONROE. PDX RETRO. Web. 16 Oct. 2012. <>. James Monroe. the WHITE HOUSE. Web. 16 Oct. 2012. <>. Original Thirteen Colonies . worldatlas. Web. 18 Oct. 2012. <>. PRES. JAMES MONROE USA FLAG. zazzle. Web. 18 Oct. 2012. <>. Wright, David R. Thirteen Colonies Flag. Build Direct . Web. 18 Oct. 2012. <>. Websites: "American President: James Monroe (1758–1831)." millercenter. Web. 16 Oct. 2012. <>. "James Monroe." the White House. Web. 18 Oct. 2012. <>. "James Monroe." ipl2. Web. 18 Oct. 2012. <>. President of the USA

Presidential Powerpoint

Transcript: Woodrow Wilson Woodrow Wilson was born in Staunton Virgina,in the U.S. Wilsons education He spent three years at Princeton University of Virginia After graduating Law school in the University of Virginia he practiced law for a year in Atlanta Georgia Before presidency he was a lawyer,professor,pres of Princeton University, and governorof New Jersey The modern American tax system was conceived during the presidency of Woodrow Wilson (1913-1921). The Sixteenth Amendment to the Constitution, empowering Congress “to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived....” was ratified on February 23, 1913 Wilson was elected two terms (8 yrs) of presidency For the first 14 ballots, Clark held a commanding lead When Tammany Hallforces shifted from Harmon to clark , Bryan threw his support to Wilson He was convinced that GOD destined him to be president Wilson pledged to stay neutral One wilsons slogans were “Only peace between equal can last.” The election was largely between Roosevelt and Wilson Wilson proposed the elimination of big, monopolistic businesses (trusts) “Oops.” ~ Woodrow Wilson on World War II Thomas Riley Marshall of India was Wilsons V.P. Wilson moved with the progressive movement sweeping across the nation His administration passed the 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th amendment each of which reformed some part of government or society The former college professor and governor of New Jersey expected to devote his time and tallents to fulfilling an ambitious domestic reform agenda Woodrow Wilson and his secretary of state, William Jennings Bryan, came into office with little experience in foreign relations President Woodrow Wilson nominates Louis Brandeis to the Supreme Court on this day in 1916. After a bitterly contested confirmation, Brandeis became the first Jewish judge on the supreme court A graduate of Harvard Law School, Brandeis quickly earned a reputation in Boston as the people's attorney for taking on cases pro bono Brandeis advocated progressive legal reform to combat the social and economic ills caused in America by industrialization e met Woodrow Wilson, who was impressed by Brandeis' efforts to hold business and political leaders accountable to the public, during Wilson's 1912 campaign against Theodore Roosevelt Was christened Thomas Woodrow, and was known as "Tommy" until his college days. Is the image on the $100,000 bill (no longer in circulation). Historical Ranking 1., 3. Pres Wilsons biography 4. , , 5. , , 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. Woodrow Wilson Some of the major issues included trusts, women's suffrage, and tariffs “He kept us out of war.” ~ 1916 campaign slogan on Woodrow Wilson Terms of Presidency Wilson recorded campaign speeches on phonograph records to be used in the 1912 campaign He spent a year at Davidson College in North Carolina “He almost kept us out of war.” ~ 1920 campaign slogan on Woodrow Wilson Was the first lay (non-minister) president of Princeton University. “He almost kept us out of war.” ~ 1920 campaign slogan on Woodrow Wilson Occupations/Income Promises / Slogans At Princeton University he recieved a baccalaureate degree His term of office was March 4,1913, to march 3, 1921 Election Issues it was extremely popular among Americans and his pledge to help create an aid organization in Europe following the war Major Domestic Birth “Sorry . . . all gone.” ~ Woodrow Wilson on America February 25,1919 he suffered a stroke,and he never fully recovered Wilsons Campaign Slogans Major Foreign happeneings policies of admin. Election Campaign Did You Know? A conservative is a man who just sits and thinks, mostly sits. Woodrow Wilson A conservative is someone who makes no changes and consults his grandmother when in doubt. Woodrow Wilson A little group of willful men, representing no opinion but their own, have rendered the great government of the United States helpless and contemptible. Woodrow Wilson Two thirds of 726 of the delegates was required to win the nomination “This is the war to end all wars and make the world safe from democracy!” ~ Woodrow Wilson on World War I He died February third in 1924 at age 67 H Though noted for his intellect and oratory prowess, did not learn the alphabet until 9 years old and could not read until 12. Though undiagnosed at the time, he probably suffered from a learning disability similar to dyslexia. “Oops.” ~ Woodrow Wilson on World War II It took all of his political skill “Sorry . . . all gone.” ~ Woodrow Wilson on America “He kept us out of war.” ~ 1916 campaign slogan on Woodrow Wilson Major supreme court Causes and Out -Come Work Cited Wilsons Quotes Wilson was bornDecember 8, wilsons Vice President Thomas Woodrow Wilson (December 28, 1856 – February 3, 1924) was the 28th

Presidential Powerpoint

Transcript: CHILDHOOD Political Experience National Defense Served one term as Governor of Massachusetts 1994 ran for U.S. Senate in Massachusetts, but lost to Senator Edward Kennedy Restore State Leadership and Flexibility Block grant medicaid and other payments to states Ensure flexibility to help the chronically ill, reinsurance, risk adjustment, and including high- risk pools Ensure flexibility to help uninsured, including public- private partnerships, subsidies, and exchanges Empower Consumer Choice End tax discrimination against individual's insurance purchase Allow consumers to purchase insurance across state lines Promote alternatives to "fee for service" Main Proposals K-12 Promoting Choice and Innovation Allow special needs and low income students to be able to choose which school to attend Build on the success of charter and digital schools Expand DC opportunity scholarship program to serve as a model for the country K-12 Ensuring High Standards and Responsibility for Results Reform No Child Left Behind by emphasizing responsibility and transparency for results Higher Ed: A New Vision of Affordable and Applicable Learning Simplify and strengthen financial aid system Use competition and innovation instead of burdensome regulation Instead of pushing Private Sector Participation away, we will welcome it PRESIDENTIAL POWERPOINT MITT ROMNEY McCall Arnold U.S. HISTORY OCTOBER 29, 2012 Health Care Plan Put Navy an the path to increase its shipbuilding rate Modernize and replace aging inventories of the Army, Air Force, and marines Strengthen force structure Commit fully to a multi-layered national ballistic- micsle defense system to defend against nuclear attacks on our homeland and allies Reverse Obama-era defense cuts: return to budget baseline with the goal of setting core defense spending spending at a floor 4 % of GDP Find efficiencies thought Department of Defense budget that can be reinvested into the force Bibliography (Works cited) http;// N.p., n.d. Web. 24 Oct. 2012. http; N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Oct. 2012. http;// N.p., n.d. Web. 19 Oct. 2012. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Oct. 2012. N.p., n.d. Web. 17 Oct. 2012. Education. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Oct. 2012.'s-political-experience. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Oct. 2012. Born March 12, 1947 in Detroit, Michigan as Willard Mitt Romney Raised in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan as the youngest out of four siblings Family- Siblings: Margo Lynn, Jane LaFount, and G. Scott Parents: Lenore Romney -homemaker George W. Romney- automobile executive, former Michigan Governor Education- Attended public elementary schools until the seventh grade when he enrolled at Cranbrook School in Bloomfield Hills Take away Obamacare Start on a more private based health care program with less government control Have a tougher start on Iran and their Nuclear weapon program reduce taxes, regulation, spending, and Government programs Increase trade, human capitol, labor flexibility, and energy production Preparation for Politics Governor of Massachusetts Turned around Bain Capitol, and turned it into one of the country's most successful venture capitol enterprises Brought in to fix economic problems with the Salt Lake City, Utah Olympics Achieved great financial success Top of his class at Harvard Law and Harvard Business School Education Plan BACKGROUND OF CANDIDATE Recieved undergraduate degree from BYU in 1971 Attended Harvard Law School and Harvard Business School- recieved a law degree and a master if Business Administration degree in 1975 Married Ann Davies in 1969 and had five boys: Tagg, Matt, Josh, Ben, Craig Bibliography (Works Cited)

Presidential Powerpoint

Transcript: term= January 20, 1961 to November 20, 1963 became 36 president after Kennedy was killed Jesse Horn On November 8, 1960, Kennedy defeated Nixon by a razor-thin margin to become the 35th president of the United States of America second youngest president elected at the age of 43 first catholic president John F Kennedy was born on May 29, 1917 in Brookline Massachults. He had nine sibilings and was the second oldest. Born into a rich family and his nickname as a kid was Jack John F Kennedy went to Princeton for one semester them transfer to Harvard to finish his college degree John F Kennedy John F Kennedy On November 22, 1963, was assassinated while riding in a motorcade in Dallas, Texas Lee Harvey Oswald, a former Marine with Soviet sympathies, fired upon the car, hitting the president twice. Kennedy died at Parkland Memorial Hospital shortly thereafter, at the age of 46. when he became president 1961 The Alliance for Progress: The Alliance for Progress was formed as a US sponsored program to counter communism in Latin America. 1961 The Bay of Pigs: The United States orchestrated the ill-fated Bay of Pigs invasion, an unsuccessful attempt by Cuban exiles to overthrow Fidel Castro's communist regime in Cuba 1961 The Berlin Wall: Soviet controlled East Germany divided Berlin with the Berlin Wall 1961 The Peace Corps was created as a volunteer program to help people overseas 1963 June: The Soviet Union and the US agree to install a hot-line enabling both countries to directly communicate during a Death of John F Kennedy Before he became President Work Citied Page John F Kennedy was a democrat had three nicknames;Jack; JFK; King of Camelot term=January 20, 1961 – November 22, 1963 his vice president was Lyndon B. Johnson He married Jacqueline Bouvier on September 12, 1953, they had three kids; Caroline, John JR, and Patrick He was a congressman and senator before becoming president When He became President Five Significant Events Lyndon B Johnson Presidential Powerpoint Early Life

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Transcript: If you were president who would be your vice president? Administration? Name 4 positions including Vice President Constitutional Background Andrew Johnson By: Daisy Rodriguez Most critical decision ever...why? He's trying to build walls , and take children away from their parents. He's also a selfish person and only cares about himself. He is also trying to get rid of DACA. President you like the most ....Why? Andrew was in office from 1865 to 1869. Johnson was the 17th president of the United States. The reason he was impeached was because he violated the Tenure of Office Act. The political backing to begin impeachment proceedings against the president came when Johnson breached then Tenure of Office Act by removing Edwin Stanton, Secretary of War, from the cabinet. The Tenure of Office Act, passed over Johnson's veto in 1867, stated that a president could not dismiss appointed officials without the consent of congress. Article 2 of the constitution establishes the executive branch of the federal government. It defines the office of president and vice president and an electoral college to elect them. The executive branch is one of three primary parts of the U.S government alongside the legislative and the judicial branches and is responsible for carrying out and executing the nation's laws. To that end, the first three articles of the Constitution establish three separate branches of government , the legislative, the executive and the judicial. Agriculture Commerce Housing and Urban Homeland security Deployment Interior Chief of state Chief executive Chief administrator Chief diplomat Commander in chief Chief legislator Party in chief Chief citizen The Vice President of the United States of America is the second-in-command to the President The vice president is also an officer in the legislative branch The vice president presides over joint sessions of Congress The vice president is indirectly elected together with the president to a four-year term of office by the people of the United States through the Electoral College The current VP is Mike Pence Power to sign or veto legislation Serve as commander in chief of the armed forces Convene Congress in special sessions Receive ambassadors The president i like the most would be Barack Hossain Obama because he ensured access to insurance. The Affordable Care Act, or Obama-care, stands as one of Obama's signature legislation victories, despite the withering attack Republicans continue to launch against it. Obama-care helped the most vulnerable Americans get access to healthcare. People who were previously excluded from receiving life-changing or life-saving care were suddenly able to get the treatment they needed. He also created the DACA (deffered action childhood arrivals). Vice President: Precious Ceballos (Responsible & Hardworking & Appreciative) Surgeon General: Katheryn Suluqui (Hardworking & Nice & Sociable) Secretary of Treasury: Shane Dawson (Hardworking & Responsible) Secretary of Defense: Austin Mcbroom (Hardworking &Responsible) I would like to be president because I would like to make the U.S a better place. Becoming president takes a lot of responsibility and courage because there's a lot of negative people out in the world that will try to bring others down. President with least popularity Presidents that have been or have almost been impeached Jobs of the President Presidential PowerPoint The presidential cabinet is traditionally filled with Vice president and 15 Executive department : Chief of state refers to the President as the head of the government. He is the symbol of all the people. The roles are : Info on Vice President Powers of the President Donald Trump My thoughts on the executive branch are that its an important part of three branches, without it we wouldn't have laws. Conclude the powerpoint about your thoughts of the executive branch. Would you be a president ? Justice Labor State Defense Educational Energy Health and Human JOHN F. KENNEDY: The Cuban Missile Crisis America’s youngest elected president had his hands full with a nuclear crisis in 1962. The Soviet Union had been secretly moving nuclear weapons to the Communist nation of Cuba, located just ninety miles from the Florida coast. When photographs from the U-2 spy plane revealed to the Americans the existence of the missiles, Kennedy was forced to confront the possibility of nuclear war. He did not want to lose face and allow the Soviets to tip the balance of power in world affairs, but at the same time, the wrong approach could start a war which could end the world as we knew it. Kennedy blockaded Cuba and opened secret negotiations, which defused the crisis and restored the balance of power.

Presidential PowerPoint Project

Transcript: presentation by Fatima Villagomez please Don't block the sun WELCOME WELCOME Who I am The importance of photosynthesis Why we shouldn't release the gas into the atmosphere In this project I will present... Context Picture Sun Earth (NOT labled to scale) Who I am. Who I am. I am Fatima Villagomez, The director of the Protect the plants organization. Why I'm here I'm here to present why we shouldn't release the gas into the atmosphere that blocks 80% of the sunlight. Photosynthesis Photosynthesis is the harvest of H2O (Water), CO2 (carbon dioxide) and sunlight to create energy for plants to produce C6H12O6 (glucose) and O2 (oxygen) plants need sunlight to properly create the formula of photosynthesis (as seen above the text) Photosynthesis 6H2O+6CO2 sunlight C6H12O6+6O2 The reactants or inputs are the substances(i.e., water,carbon dioxide,and sunlight) that react to creat the products The reactants 6H2O+6CO2 C6H12O6+6O2 Sunlight The products or outputs (i.e.,glucose, and oxygen) are the end result of the reaction of the reactants The products 6H2O+6CO2 C6H12O6+6O2 Sunlight In a plant photosynthesis happends in the chloroplast of the plant cell and contains chlorophyll Where does photosynthesis take place in a plant chloroplast Plant cells chloroplast Why we shouldn't release the gas Global warming is happining because there is an exceeding amounts of CO2 (carbon dioxide) in the atmosphere, and is trapping the heat from the sun on the inside. Plants need it to survive Plants create oxygen we need to breathe as a result Plants need the energy to produce offspring Why is Photosynthesis important? Plants suddently with less sunlight wouldn't be able to create glucose or oxygen because sunlight is a crucial part of photosynthesis Plants with less sunlight 6H2O+6CO2 Sunlight C6H12O6+6O2 Plants depend on the sunlight in order to photosynthesize With minimal sunlight there would be minimal oxygen With minimal oxygen alot of ecosystems would die off Conclusion QUESTIONS THANK YOU Thank you

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Transcript: The country's healthcare policies has been an ongoing debate for decades. As we move forward there are major issues pertaining to Healthcare in the country. The Affordable Care Act reform & wasting government funds are some of the many issues with healthcare in America. Amadeo, K. (2017, January 2). 7 Things You Should Know About Outsourcing. Retrieved January 21, 2017, from Amadeo, K. (2016, November 25). The U.S. Debt and How It Got So Big. Retrieved January 21, 2017, from Fung, B. (2012, September 7). How the U.S. Health-Care System Wastes $750 Billion Annually. Retrieved January 21, 2017, from Kane, T., & Johnson, K. A. (2006, March 1). The Real Problem with Immigration... and the Real Solution. Retrieved January 21, 2017, from Lee, M., & Luhby, T. (2017, January 20). Trump issues executive order to start rolling back Obamacare. Retrieved January 21, 2017, from “The Great Wall of Trump” Ben Garrison cartoon. (2016, February 21). Retrieved January 21, 2017, from The United States economy is now 19.9 trillion dollars in debt and counting (Amadeo, 2016). Jobs are leaving the country due to outsourcing. $1.25 Sunday, January 22, 2017 Mrs.President, The Affordable Care Act has provided healthcare for over 20 million Americas (Lee & Luhby, 2017). By reforming this law, millions of Americans can lose their healthcare. The law has created hardship for insurance companies and some individuals (Lee & Luhby, 2017). However, reforming the law without another policy in progress will cost even more hardship. An option to benefit both parties is to adjust the flaws of the ACA. Insurance companies & providers should have more freedom with supervision of the government. Also, americans that don't have health insurance, should receive a tax reduction. ECONOMY HAIL TO THE CHIEF OPPOSING SIDE OPPOSING SIDE IMMIGRATION ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION Vol XCIII, No. 311 OPPOSING SIDE Immigration in the United States has it benefits. The economy benefits from immigrates coming to the states and accepting jobs (Kane & Johnson, 2006). Immigrates allow business owner to keep jobs in the states because they accept low-paying, hard labor jobs (Kane & Johnson, 2006). Outsourcing to other countries reduced the jobs available in the United States. The United States has over 14 million jobs sourced from outside the country. This has raised the unemployment rates significantly (Amadeo, 2017). If those jobs re-enter country, 5.6 part-time workers will be able to convert to full-time workers (Amadeo, 2017). NATIONAL SECURITY Immigration has become major concern in the recent years, due to terrorism around the country. The government and citizens believe that immigration creates a risk for National Security. On the opposing side, stands the business owners. Business owner are able to compete with other companies because they get low costs to create their merchandise (Amadeo, 2017). U.S businesses that outsource also hire employees at overseas wages that save the business money (Amadeo, 2017). AFFORDABLE CARE ACT REFORM UNITED STATES OF AMERICA WASTING GOVERNMENT FUNDS OUTSOURCING HEALTHCARE Issue Many think that the "Obamacare Act" needs to be reform immediately. On January 20th 2017, the first day Donald Trump assumed duties as President of the United States. He signed an executive order to roll back on some aspects of Obamacare Act (Lee & Luhby, 2017). The reform would not throw away the law completely but, will change aspects of the law significantly (Lee & Luhby, 2017). WORK CITIED PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS Healthcare is one the most biggest industries in America. The unnecessary funds for healthcare is even bigger. The government spends over 750 billion dollars on unnecessary funds pertaining to healthcare (Fung, 2012). Some of the most notable areas were unnecessary services, inefficient delivery of care, excess administrative costs, inflated prices, prevention failures, and fraud. (Fung, 2012). In order to resolve this issue, supervision needs to increase to ensure proper procedures are be followed. Frauds, administrative costs, and inflated prices should have be prevented if employees and patients follow the facility's Standard Operating Procedures. Over 10 million undocumented immigrates live in the United States (Kane & Johnson, 2006). This is weakening the country's national security (Kane & Johnson, 2006). Authority can experience issues if they have no control of people exiting and entering the

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